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Discussion in 'Newbies' started by Dusty, May 13, 2014.
I'm torn between the i4, e-flex or the trusted JT's that i used many moons ago
I like the dye i4 comfortable but they are a bit small on your face,
I own grill and dye i5. Both masks are great.
The dye i5 is slightly bigger than the i4 which will cover your chin part a bit more. Cool look, kind of like a robocop style. The disadvantage is for people with larger face your forehead will expose but it can be fix with a headband or head protection. Other than than it gives a wide vision on the field since the len is like 2/3 area of the mask.
The grill has a smaller vision coz of it's len being smaller than the i5, aggressive look, offer in many styles and difference colours. Much bigger than the dye i4/5 so your face will be cover more. Has peak if u do want to wear it. The inside of grill has plenty space for people who wear glasses so I would recommend it. Here r picture of me wearing my grill and my i5.
I personally use the v-force grills after trying lots of different masks from marshaling i feel the grills offer the best combination of everything that is needed vision is good, they cover your face well, the style in my opinion is cool sort of like predator and the colour variations are awesome and they can allow the use of glasses.
For me it has to be between dye i5 , and grills both very comfortable but i think grills win out on breath ability
I am a fan of My i4 not used it for paintball yet, got it so i could take some pictures at airsoft sites and do some other bits. But its nice as my face isnt huge so it covers me nicely.
I am one of the i4 crowd, I've worn i5s and just didn't seem to work for me.
If I had a complaint, it would be the ears can be a little tough, but I've gotten used to it
I remeber my v force grills they where by far the best goggles I have ever owned hands down! Covered your whole face but still lightweight
Ran my i4's for a couple of events now, they are wonderful as far as i am concerned, but like i said I have a fairly small face, So if i do open my open my mouth too wide i could possibly get hit in the chin and I can imagine that should work. but so far so good, And once I got used to it, removing and cleaning the lens is nice and easy.
Got some used i4's recently, love them. Need forehead protection though, got pinged in the forhead with a thin beanie. Ouch.