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th4itanium Friday, April 27th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
jt proteus, dye invisions
Marker Setup: Dust Red PMR
UL trigger
PMR backcap
Check it On/Off
CP pro 2 pc barrel/ check it jr3 barrel
Strengths: .Very light
.Good vision
Weaknesses: .Chin strap (preferences)
.Single lens
Review: As i opened the nicely packaged i3 pro goggle box, i noticed that it was very light as if i was holding an empty box. I proceeded to unwrap the plastic and at my surprise, there in fact was some goggles in it. With that being said, the mask is incredibly light. I tried it on and it almost felt as if i had nothing on because of the weight of the mask. The double layer foam and soft ear pieces add great comfort when your're playing. The mask comes with single lense and not double. I prefer double, but it is not a big problem. The mask does come with a chinstrap. I personally dont like it, but i think it's a personal preference thing. The mask fits very well and snug. I prefer this mask much over my proteus, because my proteus would keep on slipping. I had to wear a beanie or any kind of headwear to keep it from falling. The i3 pro is pretty flexible, but maybe not as flexible as the proflex. Still its a great mask for any player i think.
Conclusion: All in all, i think the i3 pro is a work of art. It provides everything a player needs to survive and win. It is pretty expensive which is the downfall, but you do pay for what you get. And with the i3 pro you get a whole lot.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
SemiLethal Friday, April 27th, 2007 | 1:38 pm PST
What do you mean by "single lens"? I thought you meant non-thermal, but then you said you like double lens. I am not sure if the stock Hi-Def lens is thermal though, because mine sometimes fogs.

th4itanium Saturday, April 28th, 2007 | 2:36 am PST
O sorry if i confused u, the stock HD lens have a anti fog coating in the inside, but it can be easily rubbed off. Therefor casuing the mask to fog up. O it comes with single lens meaning thats its only one instead of two. When it says double pane lens it means there are two lens in one. like u can see the extra lens glued onto the single. Im not sure if im getting this across. haha but thats the best i can explain it.

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