Brass Eagle Alpha (sucked)
Rival Force mask (was okay)
Java V-Type (comfortable, but no replacement lenses)
JT Nvader (not too comfortable, tunnel vision, difficult to change lenses)
Lapco 8" BigShot
CORE AK47 Expansion Chamber
X7 Low-Profile Hopper
Pure Energy Remote Coil
-Easy to clean/change lenses
-Foam is not glued securely
-Fogs if you have single lens
I just used these goggles for the first time yesterday and the day before at Hollywood Sports. I like them a lot, they are by far the best goggles I have ever used. They are comfortable and fit snugly without a chin strap. My previous goggles, JT Nvader, had a limited field of vision that gave me tunnel vision. The Helix does not. Also, the lens-change system is revolutionary and simple. It takes thirty seconds to remove and replace the lens, but the lens is still secure and does not rattle or slip. They are also much smaller, lighter, and lower-profile than the Nvader, which had the "forehead" plastic area above the lens.
I have since bought a smoke thermal lens. Vents thermal lenses run about $20. It helps a lot, never fogs, and with proper care, does not scratch easily. It's less expensive to buy the lens with the mask.
A good, affordable, reliable goggle system. Buy the thermal version.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, October 28th, 2007 at 6:06 pm PST
Vents avatar its way better but the Helix is still good
A VS2 (all stock) with Pure Energy Nitro TANK.Evlution3 eggy Z Board installed
Comfortable Affordable Durable
The Helix Thermal is a very good mask probably the best for under $35 it fits nicely on ur head and is easy to adjust. Its anti-fog is for real it has never fogged on me. It is very easy to clean if u get hit my paint or if u get dirt on it.
Come in olive
Easy to take off lense
If you get gogled the paint smears
these gogles are probably the best gogles under 35. The olive ones blend in really welll with the woods.I would recommend these gogles to any body who plays woodsball and cant afford profilers. They seriosly havent fogged on me yet. I really like them. Yeah pretty much just buy them or else.
A tad wierd with my glasses but its not a thing to worry about
I got this for 30 bucks at a proshop and this thing kills.NO Fog ,no matter how hard i tried,It was 94 degrees in my house and this thing was fine on my head,I took it off and tried to fog it with my breath and nothing happened,YAY,The rubber padding around your eyes is also really great and soft.This thing is really really easy to strip down and the lens is huge.
None so far.
Exept when i was forcing the visor on(kinda cracked)
This mask is so sick for a long game. i used it at a big senario event and it fogged wait dont panic i forgot to take off a plastic peel on the inside of the lens. An after i did it was so clear. This mask is perfect for all levels. and if you are a heavy breather which i am and not a hint of fogging.
pilot ACS '05
Tlock feed neck
20 oz. CO2
IT LOOKS KOOL / its a vents
I purchased this mask at my local pro shop for 35 dollars brand new because my Nvader snapped in two. This is one of the toughest masks i have used. The only weakness is that a lot of paint gets on your cheek if u get hit in the side. The thermal lens works good and it never fogs up. It looks A LOT better in person than on the photos. it has a tight snug fit. if u dont wear a beanie, it will hurt ur ears. but thats only if u play for hours with out taking it off
I reccomend this mask for anyone who wants to look like a pro but doesnt have sponsers to pay for their stuff
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 29th, 2007 at 4:11 pm PST
Smart Parts Ion
Custom Products Regulator
Ricochet Apache Loader
Wide lens, small profile
I got this for sale on some website and decided to give it a try and im truly happy with it. I love how easy the lens come on and off. Its very comfortable and somewhat light in weight but there is always going to be a better mask somewhere. but for the price I highly recommend this mask.
Rental for now soon to be a system X with a ccm reg. ccm frame ,ccm barrel ,and a 48ci 3000psi Katana .
Doesn't fog , cheap , comfortable ,nice looking .
Just a bit hard to talk with the mask on .
I bought these goggle because i was tired of the rental crap and it a very good buy, it doesn't fog even when it cold , it empire , easy to hear people coming , a bit hard to talk when you have the mask on , very comfortable did i say doesn't fog up , and its cheap 40$ cdn and it a thermal lenses they look nice .
I recommend these goggle to everyone who has a tight budget and if you have a bit more money get the avatar.
Previously I have only used whatever brand of cheap goggles the field had as a rental.
The lenses do not fog and are easily removed. Fairly comfortable.
Rather large, more of a target. Might be uncomfortable during a long game.
I bought these goggles at the same time that I bought my marker. I paid $35 for them. I am extremely happy with their performance so far. They have never fogged up on me. The lenses provide a very wide field of view during play, and are super easy to remove for cleaning or changing. I find theses goggles to be very comfortable during short games like speedball, but during a scenario or a long woodsball game, the hard plastic ear panels might start to hurt.
For $35 you can't beat these goggles. Sure there are more expensive models out there, but for pure bang for the buck, these goggles are the way to go.
Delrin Bolt and Ram
Empire Twister Barrel
Crossfire 68/3000 HPA
A little hard to clean the lenses
It's just an average mask. Just like all the others. Doesn't fog, that's good for me, because I breathe hard during games. It won't fog in cold weather either. Mine came with a visor but I didn't like it so I ripped it off. It looks better without it anyways. Great mask.