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scoobydoo Sunday, June 3rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
V Force Morph
Marker Setup: Ion, Firebolt, 360 QEV, Virtue Board, Killa Detents, Lucky 2 piece barrel CP ASA on/off + Mini Rail, Laser eyes.
Strengths: Comfortable, Flexible, Take shots well, Good for bounces
Weaknesses: Get thermal lense ventilation good but still fogs up
Review: I owned a VForce Morph mask before buying the I3 Pro which I personally found to be quite good, but i've now had it a while and was getting a little bit battered so decided to go for a new mask. I'd spoke to some of the guys where I go paintballing and they all had Dye I3's and said they were great and really comfortable so I borrowed one off one of the lads and he was right. I went for the pro because of the soft ear covers no other reason and it is brilliant really comfortable. The only prob with the pro is it only has the single layer lense and even though ventilation is good it still fogs up. Get the thermal lense.Based on this i'd recommend either of the Dye masks based on comfort alone it is really light also. So you could go either way on this I3 is thermal I3 Pro isn't I3 does'nt have soft ear pads and isn't as light I3 Pro does, and is, and in my opinion is worth spending the extra on and buying a thermal lense, but because of this loses a mark. COME ON DYE sort it put a thermal lense in an already brilliant mask.
Conclusion: I would recommend the I3 Pro to anyone but if moneys tight go for the I3 as it already has the thermal lense.
9 out of 10

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