black/blue fade lasoya promaster
-v35 halo b, speedfeed
-trinity t-lock mini
-cp mini drop
A lot of breathing room
Changing lenses is hard
A little bit of distortion
I went to a local store, walked in and was expecting them to have the new V-force Grills by now, but sadly, they didn't. So I asked the manager what he would recommend I should do. He said, "I would go with the i3's." He made me try them on and they were so comfy I couldn't believe it. I could breathe so easily too and the field of vision was awesome. I like that it comes with the amber tinted lense in HD instead of regular clear lenses. I asked him how much they cost and he said $98. That was a little too high for me but I had the money and they felt like they fit way better than my old mask. So, I purchased them a little shyly at first but when I got home and tried them on, they just seemed to get better and better. I am now very happy that i bought this great mask. It's only two downfalls are the lense changing and the distortion. The distortioin isn't that bad but you hardly notice it when you actually play. The lense changing is still a pain in the @ss though. It doesn't have quick change lenses yet which was a little depressing. But other than that, there are no other problems with this awesome mask.
I would recommend this mask to anybody who has the money and is willing to buy a great mask.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 26th, 2007 at 9:11 pm PST