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P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
[03662 / PFgoggleAmber]
$20.00
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by A. BUI verified buyer Date Added: Thursday 28 March, 2013
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For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
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These goggles can be adjusted to your size, it can change lenses and is really good to use. Recommend!!!

Pros:
adjusted to your size
change lenses


Cons:
Nothing that I can really say about it.
by A. LEPAGE verified buyer Date Added: Wednesday 19 August, 2009
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For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
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All the rumors about these goggles are correct, the foam inside them falls off and they fog like no ones business. But they are only $20.00 so what do you expect? I mean good luck trying to find fog-proof eye protection for twenty bucks. So i guess you get what you pay for here.

Pros:
Nice carrying case
Comfortable head-band
Cheap

Cons:
Cushion falls off
Fogs like crazy
Amber is useless
by T. LOVERING Date Added: Wednesday 17 June, 2009
For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
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Not worth the money, even at that price.
Although initially impressive, once you wear them for a while, the true character of these goggles reveals itself.
Firstly, even though they don't form a complete seal around your face, they fog up terribly, rendering you "combat ineffective" most of the time.
The added bonus is that the moisture from this fogging serves to detach the foam backing from the goggles, which then falls in front of your eyes, adding to your already obscured vision.

Give these to guys on the other team, then pick them off as they stagger around in confusion.

Pros:
A $20 case to put something else in.

Cons:
Fogging
Fogging
More fogging.
Bad Fit.
Poorly attached foam.
Fogging.
by J. JOHNSON Date Added: Sunday 17 May, 2009
For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
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You get what you pay for with these googles, for sure. They fit comfortably, come with a nice case and extra tinted lenses, but they fog up terribly and the rubber foam around the eyes comes off very easily because it is held on by cheap double-stick tape. These will keep your eyes protected, but you won't be able to see. Eye protection is the most important piece of airsoft gear and you shouldn't cheap out on your eyes.

Pros:
comfortable
extra lenses
nice carrying case
adjustable

Cons:
fog horribly
rubber foam padding peels off easily
by T. SAWYER verified buyer Date Added: Monday 16 March, 2009
verified buyer
For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
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I am pretty angry by the quality of these goggles. I thought atleast they would last me more than one game. Four hours into my game the inner rubber of the goggles had peeled off and if your looking for fog proof goggles these are not for you.

Pros:
Very comfortable fit
Very nice carrying case




Cons:
Just not the quality I would expect 20.00$ for one use
by P. BECKER Date Added: Tuesday 10 June, 2008
For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
These are great goggles. I actually got these because I had ordered the p force glasses and recieved these by mistake lol lucky me. I bought this with a bunch of other stuff and it came this morning (great shipping by the way). I took the shotgun i bought(m58a tactical shotgun) and shot it from 10ft away, 350 fps, and there wasn't even a mark!! I would recomend these to anybody.

ASGI rocks!!!!!!!
by M. HERRERA Date Added: Friday 06 June, 2008
For: P Force Goggles Set (Amber)
Great set!

I was given this set a a gift and loved it. It holds up really well under all conditions. I was shot point blank with these on during an indoor match and they did their job well. I'm big on eye protection and I trust them enough that I got a pait for my kid brother.

For those who don't want to pay alot but want to get the most for their dollors this is a must buy.
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