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Hipster Thursday, November 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
Site rental pouches
Marker Setup: Victor II
14" J&J Ceramic barrel
32deg. LP Chamber
Strengths: Cheap as hell, compact, easy to use
Weaknesses: Uncomfortable belt
Review: I picked this up for very little money as par of a bulk buy of other bits and bobs. I don't use a lot of paint in games and so this provided for my needs perfectly. The belt is a little cheap and nasty, but does hold the pack in place on your body. It does move around a little, but I found this an advantage - it enabled me to swing the pack around the belt to the front when reloading, which saves fumbling around behind your back, and then shove it to the small of my back when done.
The elasticloops work a treat - as soon as you remove the velcro the pod pops out a few inches and is easy to remove.
The belt is rather uncomrfortable, and way too thin - but it can easily be removed and replaced with a wider and more comfortable belt if required.
Conclusion: The pack itself is superb, and easy to use; it's perfect for a player who doesn't use a lot of paint when playing. It 's just a shame that the belt is so uselss; I would have rated higher if it came without!
8 out of 10

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