The Dye i4, champion Dye brand was launched in 2008. This mask has made its proof. There are multiple colors, changing every year with the new collection. Currently, in 2014, the I4 is sold between 104 and 129 ear based on the color. It will be sold with a carrying case with I4 design.
Removal: Easy and fast
Visor: Not available
Foam: Comfortable, thick and quality
Headband: Unique adjustable
Fan: Not available
For your information, you can find on the market:
9 V battery Energy Paintball costs 4 eu.
Duracell 9V battery costs between 4.83 and 5.43 eu.
A DLX battery costs 20 eu.
9 V battery reload Duracell costs 11.95 eu more the adapter for a total of ten 20 – 25 eu.
At the Millennium in Chantilly 2013 G.I. presented his loader the Pulse RDR for Reactive Dynamic Pulse Radar. We previously announced that it would be provided with two boosters to increase the initial capacity of the loader from 200 to 240 paintballs with a booster or 280 paintballs with 2 boosters. In addition, it should have been provided with a quickfeed or speedfeed (as you want). However, none of this at the opening of the box, nor any manual. What a disappointment for a loader with integrated chrony, which is priced at around 249 eur. A version without integrated chrony is announced but we do not know its release date and price. G.I. Pulse can be found in 8 colors: gray, blue, red, white, green, purple, orange and olive.
The model presented in this article is gray.
For a marker to work correctly, its various mechanical elements must work with good pressure. It is not uncommon to see failures due to excessive pressure, causing the breakdown of the o’rings. To advise you the best in your choice of bottle/preset combination, it is necessary to understand the inner workings of your marker.
The Rotor is one of the most-known loader on the market. This loader that most of us have or have had. The Rotor equips thousands of players from around the world. Released in 2008, it immediately revolutionized the world of electronic loaders. Solid, reliable, efficient, and no-tools, no other loader could fight it until summer 2012 when Virtue, the designer of electronic cards, launched the Spire.