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Error Tuesday, August 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Flurry Emmissary Vest, JT Slam Pack, Dye Attack Pack
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Octane Shocker - Freaked!
C4 - 68/45 HPA
EggoLution II
Tippman A-5 - RT - Flatline
Strengths: Doesn't bounce when running, easy to unload and load pods, very well built.
Weaknesses: None identified.
Review: I bought this harness because I wanted a pod pack other than my Flurry vest. Also on really hot days, the vest is just too much so a jersey and this pack is a real treat. I tried out a few other harnesses and each one of them sort of irritated me in one way or another. Mostly the bounce issue. Secondly, the Flurry harness is so easy to disengage a pod with the rip cord design that it's beyond convenient to use. The pods easily load back into the harness due to the plastic insert in the collar of the pod harness that keeps the opening from collapsing.

It's built very well. It's very modestly priced and it's very convenient to use.
Conclusion: Extremely well built and convenient to use. The modular function makes customizing it a breeze.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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