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Collective opinions on which mask and why

Tom

Tom
Nov 27, 2006
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I bought myself an Empire E-Vent Mask that I used previously. I wear glasses and can’t get along with Contacts so this was a good mask that I really got along with......so much so I may be buying another one lol
Have a look into prescription inserts.

There’s a company that’s marketing to paintball (YouZee clip ins) but there are many brands out there.

I got some from prescriptioninserts.com
They can send out samples to test the beat fitting in goggles (for the price of postage)
Others have things such as templates you can print and cut out to see if they fit goggles

I’ve only actually used them once or twice and they are in one set of my many goggles. I need glasses for distance and driving, but my eyesights good enough to see whether my balls are hitting someone or not

It does mean more expense, but are more comfortable and easier than lining up glasses when putting on and taking off glasses.
 

slowreality

The Dude
Jun 14, 2020
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Have a look into prescription inserts.

There’s a company that’s marketing to paintball (YouZee clip ins) but there are many brands out there.

I got some from prescriptioninserts.com
They can send out samples to test the beat fitting in goggles (for the price of postage)
Others have things such as templates you can print and cut out to see if they fit goggles

I’ve only actually used them once or twice and they are in one set of my many goggles. I need glasses for distance and driving, but my eyesights good enough to see whether my balls are hitting someone or not

It does mean more expense, but are more comfortable and easier than lining up glasses when putting on and taking off glasses.
I’ll look into it but the problem is I’m blind as a bat lol :ROFLMAO: I have to have my lenses thinner down etc. I’d be game to do it if I could but not everywhere can cover my prescription:cry:
 

Tom

Tom
Nov 27, 2006
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www.TaskForceDelta.co.uk
I’ll look into it but the problem is I’m blind as a bat lol :ROFLMAO: I have to have my lenses thinner down etc. I’d be game to do it if I could but not everywhere can cover my prescription:cry:
Mines nice and simple

Theoretically possible ..... but if yours needs specialists then the odds are they might not be able to make it up with inserts
 

Spydercam

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Mar 20, 2016
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My Favorite Pro Flex 7


She got double strap and "Spyder´s" 2.0 Thermal lense. Less weight, much room for good breath, comfortable ear cover.

I have tried years ago an E-Flex as replacement for the ProFlex but it´s a downgrade, more tunnel view, more weight etc. and all just to have an easy lense Change.
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My first mask a Scott ...(now Spyderflex) wasn´t bad, cause very Slim, but the hard short ear covers hurt on my ears.
 

SiimP

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Dec 19, 2018
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Used to like i5 since it protects back of the head aswell, now i moved on to EVS for the vision
 
Oct 20, 2019
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Frome
I've bought dye i4 because i like the look of it but when received it seem a bit short on chicks so i bought virtue vio witch is slightly longer and you also got option to get extended version so is even longer. I've been using VIO and think this is a great mask. No steam at all unless you drink a lot day before :D but i don't think you would find one witch doesn't. Vio's well recommended.
 

Red Reappa

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Sep 18, 2021
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It's a case of personal preference if your starting out and there are other guys with their own gear I'm pretty sure most of them will have more than one set of goggles and most of the guys are friendly and won't mind you trying them