The Extreme Rage 20/20 Echo Goggles System combines cutting-edge thermal dynamic engineering, forced air ventilation technology, integrated motorized fan and a thermal lens to eliminate the most common problem in paintball: fogging. Well, the most common problem next to losing, anyway. But now you can see your way to the dead box, even with your stupid, useless, ugly head with its awful haircut hanging down to the ground. This product is fully ASTM tested and is specifically designed for paintball use.
Extreme Rage's 20/20 Echo Goggle System features:
Mirrored thermal lens
Removable chin strap
Flexible dual-density face mask
Soft & solid visors included
Silicon beaded non-slip strap
Includes goggle bag
Flexible face mask
The Extreme Rage 20/20 Echo Mask is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
2k3 vf cocker (black with red eblade)
mpp ram w/ QEVs
black magic reg
J&J edge kit 10 inch red front
red KAPP detent
2k3 vf cocker, silver
absolutly nothing, works just fine the way it is
Anti fog fan
Thermal tinted lenses
Rubber face mask
Super cool looking
Too much foam
This was the only mask that all the players on my team could agree on purchasing for the 05 season. after a little modding to the foam in the nose spot, the mask fit like a charm.
The little fan worked great, we would breath and breath on the lenses and it never stayed fogged for more than 2-3 seconds. It is also very easy to disassemble and clean if you know what you are doing.
The mouth guard is comparable to the proflex. Its bouncey, but i prefer the 20/20 because it feels more firm and protective, while alowing bounce.
I think the mask really does look nice. digital pictures do it no justice.
For the price of 45-50 bucks this is more than likely the BEST mask you can purchace. just remember to cut some of the foam out around the nose, i could barely breath
Tippmann 98C, J&J Ceramic, Lapco Bigshot, Tapco T6 stock (can no longer aim til i get sight), 20oz Co2.
Fan - Great n Quiet
Tint great in day
Soft on piercings
Tint sucks in low light
Bottom feels soft but works
Bottom can be too short
I got these a while back (what like 2 months or so??) and enjoy them. I go play every 3 days or so in rec ball with a small group. I saw them on sale on at a store so I decided to go with them over the other crappy goggles I have so figured what the hell. $50 ok, whatever. Tried them and they felt really comfortable on me, especially the ears which is kinda sensitive due to all my transpose piercings and barbells shoved everywhere. Big plus for me.
1. Up until the other day they have never fogged on me. It had started raining which was weird and then I guess it got humid in my mask or something because I noticed fog appearing... turned on fan and it went away almost instantly.
2. Fan works great. I haven't had to use it for fogging but when it gets hot in there, just turn it on and all the hot air gets sucked out.
3. Tint keeps that dreaded blinding sun from my sensitive eyes which is great. When the weather gets brighter in Cali (raining in the mid of May???) these will be awesome.
4. Comfortable on me, which is all that matters.
1. If you plan on playing when the sun is setting, low light situations, night, etc... bring another mask with you. You could be looking right at someone and not even see them until you tilt up your head and look through the ventilation and see the difference. Summer play this rules.
2. The bottom feels pretty soft but I've taken a few shots there and it's done its job protecting me. I was worried that it would break off or something... but it stopped the ball but had a little paint in my mouth which is not bad, also i hear its normal. I mean it happens to my friends' masks as well.
3. If you're yelling orders your jaw can easily go lower than the bottom of the mask. All you have to do is tilt your head slightly down and you'll be fine. Still if you have a big head or long chin (Leno should never use this) you might have a problem. Who knows, my head is kinda small so i'm not worried about it.
Pretty much, this mask is pretty good. It has its flaws, it has its strengths. If you're pierced up playing in the hot summer days, this is a great mask. If you have a long face and like playing evening games or dusk/dawn games, buy the clear lens for it.
Saw this mask in a magazine ad & figured it'd be a decent mask & inexpensive, given the brand. i dropped by a store that carried them to check em out.
The fan has good placement (behind the visor) & is fairly quiet. Thermal lens in case the fan isn't enough. Plenty of colors available.
The mask doesn't need to be bigger but the lower portion needs to cover more. My entire mouth & everything beneath it was exposed - the Dye Invision covers more. Also, the lower portion is just thin plastic to make it "flexible."
The foam around the lens is too thick, most noticeable around the nose. Basically, if you have a nose, you'll have to trim the foam. it was pinching my nose.
it has some unavoidable flaws & for the price you can get a good JT mask.
Silver Dust Angel A4
92ci 4500psi Crosfire preset LP tank
System X Drop
Imposible to fog up
Nice quiet fan
A little tiny (look wise, but actually big in fit size)
I bought this mask because I was sick and tired of my mask always fogging up. I purchased it for a little under $40.00 and its never fogged up. The lens is holding up nicely nad I havn't even had to use the fan. The mask itself will fit just about any sized head. But the appearance on a larger head seems to make the mask look small.
Overall I would recomend theis product to anyone who really needs a superior mask but doesn't have a lot of cash to spend