This is a soft absorbant neoprene cover designed to fit over an air tank. The cover is primarily used to protect the tank from nics and scratches. Due to the soft texture it will also reduce ball breaks resulting from tank hits.
The Invert Invert Tank cover is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
invert mini blur with blue flames with carbon fiber nightstick barrel
pure energy carbon fiber 4500 psi
halo B with rip drive
red baller grips
I like the designs
It always slips off its to big it just sucks don't get it.
When I got it I put it on my tank it was to big when I tried to screw it on it just keeps slipping off its not worth it. If you have it just take it off and throw it away. Your just wast 20$ of your money. DO YOU REALLY WANT TO WAST YOUR MONEY ON THIS. I really don't get why I got it.
Black Invert Mini, Dye boomstick, Rotor, WGP Stratos 68/4500, Invert tank cover
Looks good, light, compact
If you are careful of your equipment when you play, this cover will work fine for you. I don't imagine it could take much abuse because it is about as thin and tank covers come. It looks great though and has served me well during the 2 months ive played with it
Unless you absolutely love the appearance, do some shopping before you buy. There are better out there I believe
invert 56 Carbon Fiber Tank.
impire reloader b
invert voodoo grips
Not enough padding
Graphics and design are rubbing off
like many of you, I thought a tank cover is a tank cover. but no so.. i bought this tank cover about a week ago and only expexted it to be great like the other empire/invert products that I have ( which is everything i have).
now I bought the new 56 invert tank and only thought it would be correct to put a invert cover on it , so i did. I bought the 45 ci tank..
Now i can do math but.. after trying both 45 and 68 invert tank covers the 45 is what i went with(felt snug not loose like the 68) . .plus for some reason empire makes a new tank size with no proper tank cover...
1st problem in which this has nothing to do with the size of the tank am using... After only the first day of play I went back home and relized that the graphic's of the empire sign were rubbing off _from light play(no dives). This happened from just rubbing the tank on my arm durning play....
2nd problem) the tank cover had minor holes in it.. I sewed up two of the whole with just regular black thread and that was it. but then noticed one more small whole on the other side of the tank cover,, so more sewing.. and now my tank looks like edward sissor hand's face..
that might of been my fault for not buying a propper size (which they dont make, in the first place)
but thats no excuse.. the material that this cover is made with is similar to a thin(really thin) wet/dry suit for surfing..
3rd) i called impire and there is no warranty on this product..($20 down the drain)
I think any other 45 tank cover would work great on this 56 invert tank and fit.. just not this one..
its made bad and with cheap materal and offers no padding.. I think i would be better with a sports sock...
From being such a fan of impire/invert -am more then displeased with this tank cover and honesly disapointed with the company for coming out with such bad product.
Stay away.. if a impire tank you crave then go with the 09 zn series ones..