fog much more rapidly than JT mask, "small profile" not a good thing for me
Well, I got shot in the chin one of the first games I used these for, broke the skin and didn't feel too great. That "small profile" Dye claims, I can back up, its small, bit too small if you are one graced with a large noggin.
Then this past weekend, first game, not even 5 minutes into it (20 min game), I fogged up so bad I had to call myself out cause I could barely see the bunker I was behind. I switched back to my JTs and had much less of a fogging problem.
Another guy I was playing with, same day, had to do the same in another game as he couldn't see either with his Invisions.
We both got made fun of by the guys wearing Vforce goggles, as they didn't have any fog problems all day.
They push on my nose funny, I have a big nose, so I guess thats why, but my JTs are much more comfy to me. Field of view is less than JTs.
I have since sold my Invision, to some kid, for $40. Much nicer to have $40 than the mask in my opinion.
I wish I hadn't bought these and just stuck with my JTs. Or if you like Diablo, go with the Vforce systems.
If I had the choice again, I would not get these, too expensive and not as fog resistant as other brands.
I would recommend the JT spectra goggles over the Dye Invisions.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 24th, 2004 at 7:39 pm PST
dude i dont know wut ur talkin bout cause these dont fog. mayb u used something to clean it other than water like they told u not to do. and if u have a big head and nose, mayb u shouldve considered getting a bigger mask