- Solid flexi-ABS Construction.
- High Quality Rubber Molding.
- 1:1 Scale.
- Removable Battery Powered Fan Filters.*
- Changeable Mesh or Clear Ballistic Lens.
- Adjustable Straps.
The materials and build of this GSR replica is so good that you would be excused for thinking that we have adapted real ones for airsoft use. We're completely serious!
Each filter can has it's own battery operated fan. You need to remove the three screws on each filter unit, pull the sprung tab back and twist the base to the side to fit the 2x AA batteries. This will help relieve most of the fogging from your mask, or if you wear glasses at the same time as well as circulate the air so you can breath a bit better. Saying that, the ventilation on this mask is superb and better than most other airsoft masks on the market.
Perfect for reenactment, skirmishing or doing that zombie apocalypse load-out you've always wanted to do!
*both filters are powered by 2xAA batteries. Not included.
- Great productReview by Chris
Price Value Quality
Haven't had a chance to skirmish in it yet but visually it looks the piece, lets just hope it delivers in performance.
After reading other peoples reviews about the visor cracking I am suprised that replacement panes are not available for purchase.
- Good mask, though with a few issues.Review by Thomas
Price Value Quality
Despite the single size the mask comes in, its pretty easy to adjust the fit of to get it to sit comfortably and once the straps are tightened, its not going anywhere despite how much running around you're likely to do on your average skirmish day.
The fans are pretty quiet and even with just the one fitted as I have it so I can still use any sight system on my rifles (you may find you have to adjust where you have them placed, or get a higher sitting mount for a scope as even with the flush plate in place, its pretty difficult to get good eye relief with your head right on the stock) it clears fogging really quickly, and makes it easier to breathe with all that rubber around your face.
Straight out of the box, it comes with the mesh panel installed, not a problem if you prefer to go with mesh anyway, but I went to install the clear pane instead. I found that the alan key provided only worked with some of the screws and I needed to get a slightly larger one to finish the job, but once they were out, the panel fit fine for me in the mask.
The fans are pretty fiddly to take apart to get the batteries installed, and while the space for them is a little smaller than it really needs to be, everything did fit back together fine and the fan works well as well as being really lightweight so its fine to run around with and carry the other as a spare for when the batteries die in the first.
However, when I took it to my local skirmish field to have it tested out, the clear pane appeared to crack from two close range shots that were grouped together. Not even high powered ones since they were delivered from a pistol, you can imagine what a full 500 fps sniper shot may do. This may have just have been a flaw with the panel in my mask, but I'll be switching it back to the mesh before I take it out on the field.
So the look and feel of it is great, its pretty good value for money, but a few faults just bring it down from how awesome it could be. Still at the end of the day, its a cool piece of kit to have hanging from your plate carrier and perfect for those loadouts where you're set for the end of the world.
- Great product but needs ImprovementReview by Siavash
Value Quality Price
When i first got it the initial impressions was wow! But when i started to to look deeper into the mask i started to see some small flaws.
Firstly when you open the box you will find the mask with the Mesh visor on it. Obviously i don't like it with the mesh so i set out to take mine off and put on the plastic one.
The visor comes with few allen key holes that holds the visor in place. When i went on about installing the visor i found there are a some week spots that don't hold the visor completely in place, meaning there's a fraction of a gap from the body of the mask and visor. This is not really a great issue but it could later that down the line become one. Time will tell
Secondly, when unwrapping the gas canisters aka the fans. There is a no instruction on where the batteries go. So what any man would do, take the thing apart by loosening the few screws that are on it. After that you will take the cover off. There you will see the fan but you still will have to carefully pull down on the spring latch, which will give you access to the battery compartment. The fans each take 2x AA batteries which don't fit all the time soo some wriggle will be needed.
Once that is done you can turn the fan on with a small button on the back of the canister. There is no slow or fast option but just one constant speed. The fans are very quiet so you don't have worry about noise.
Thirdly; when you got the fans sorted and the visor you want to test it out? well when it came to the straps, I found that the head strap connections (the rubber ends that attach to the mask) and feed them in from the outside in rather than inside out (if that makes sense) kept unclipping from the mask.. So if you pull on the strap hard it will come off and you will have the strap loose from the body of the mask.
I think this could of been sorted by making the connecting part from the mask a loop and have the plastic clip go through it.
Anywho...back on track..tightening the straps is a wiggle work but when you have the right tight fit the mask looks great.
Fogging will occur but when you turn both fans on the fogging goes, but i found there is a small amount in the corner of the visor but not enough to blur you vision from gaming.
The size is about a medium so if you have a large face you are out of luck...
The mask is designed to be worn under the MICH helmet so if you have a US MICH 2000 or similar it will fit fine..but i found with the OPS core's the strap doesn't go round my chin or throat.
Overall its a great looking item and if you want that post apocalyptic look..its the thing for you. Shipping was prompt and fast.
- Good product, needed a little adjustmentReview by Karl
Price Value Quality
Arrived in prompt time with all components and all fitted together very well. I would say I have a medium sized head and the mask just fits, so take that into account if you have a large sized head :-)
The only adjustment that I really changed was to turn the head strap connections (the rubber ends that attach to the mask) and feed them in from the outside in rather than inside out (if that makes sense) as when I initially kept adjusting the straps the connections kept unclipping from the mask. Turning them around, solved this problem for me!
Over all, a great product that I cannot wait to use in the field.
Have fun :-)
- Incredible.Review by Andreas
Price Value Quality
I have yet to try it out at a skirmish, but I can tell you a few things.
It dosn't feel too heavy when you've got it on, you can breathe in it even when the fans arent running, although having them turned on makes for a much better experience.
Lots of straps for adjusting it on your head. Only downside is that the adjustment straps are attached to a rubber strap (Which is molded into the mask), and that if you pull too hard on the adjustment straps, they detach from the rubber straps. Not a problem, really, can easily be put on again, just a minor inconvenience.
"A gas mask airsoft replica you can actually breathe in and use in the field? Get out of here."
Bloody brilliant, get it while they still have it in stock! :D
currently not available for this item
Any figures used are based on tests performed on the products when they are first listed. These can vary due to changes by the manufacturer, gas pressure, gas used and a number of other factors. All figures should be treated as an approximate guide and used for reference only.
All listed FPS are +/- 5% due to differences from rifle to rifle. If you require a guaranteed FPS, please add an upgrade/downgrade option on to your product (this may cost extra).
All images and product contents listed are based on checks performed when a product is first listed and may differ due to changes over time made by the manufacturer. This includes package contents in regards to any 'extras' provided e.g. Sample BBs.
We cannot offer an exchange on pyrotechnic devices due to device failure. We are unable to guarantee that the pyrotechnic device has been stored in a moisture free environment or used correctly in accordance with the manufacturers guidelines.
Unless otherwise stated, all products are sold singly.
No airsoft AEG is warrantied for use with an 11.1v LiPo or higher voltage battery at UK velocities (374fps or lower) unless specifically recommended on the product itself. Use of higher voltage batteries can cause failures and will negate any warranty implied or otherwise.