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Started by pete678, Tuesday,November 06, 2018, 11:29:10
Total Members Voted: 4
Voting closed: Thursday,December 06, 2018, 11:29:10
Quote from: Lamaule on Tuesday,November 06, 2018, 18:02:38 My hd3 goggles have been great and I'm pleased to bits with them. If I was buying new now I'd probably consider a set of hdos. The reviews on the screens has been positive in everything I have read, but it sounds like fatsharks may not be for you on ergonomic ground.Sent from my VTR-L09 using Tapatalk
Quote from: Sweet Pickle on Tuesday,November 06, 2018, 17:53:57 Sold my HD3â€™s on eBay to some poor soul.Only owned 4 sets of goggles so you couldnâ€™t class me as an expert, but the HD3â€™s were awful.Got me some Skyzone Sky03 (rev 2) and couldnâ€™t be happier. From a comfort and optics point of view they are considerably better.Such a personal thing though, I think you have to make your own mind up rather than be swayed by opinion.
Quote from: pete678 on Wednesday,November 07, 2018, 09:35:54 i saw the sky03's and thought they look the danglies as they sorted out all the problems of the first revision. One of the main reasons i've got more fatshark than other brand is i've dealt with the customer services and it was second to none. I'm just a bit worried about these new companies and there after service otherwise i'd of bit the bullet and bought one of the competitors. Shame about the hd3's as they are my second choice at the moment. seems there plagued wit the same issues of the hd2's?!thanks for the advice sweet pickle. Just wish there were more hobby shops that stock the goggles as it would make choosing them sooo much easier, but i suppose it's still in it's infancy with regard to r&d on goggles and it just seems to be a case of buy fatshark and put up with the little problems or take a punt on another company and try your luck. Just wish they wern't so bloody expensive! Not that i mind spending the money but i expect a certain standard when i'm spending that much
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