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Magmoormaster Sunday, November 1st, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Joey 2pack
Marker Setup: ...Is this really relevant?
Strengths: Adaptable!!
cheap
comfortable
Weaknesses: Just some tiny details...
Review: I was originally drawn towards this harness because I wanted a harness that could carry just 2 pods, but was still good. Before, I used a web-belt that I just adjusted to have loops to hold some pods. I then got one of the cheap packs on a belt. I finally got this, and love it.

One the really great things about it is that it's very modular. You can set this up to hold pretty much any amount of paint you'd want; from as many as 7 pods to as little as 1. All the attachments are held on with really tough velcro. I've never had one rip off or anything. It comes with all the attachments too, so you don't have to buy them seperately (they are, of course, available seperately though). It comes with two 2+1's, one 1 pod, and a tank pocket for running remote. That's quite a few combinations.

Another great thing about this is that it's very comfortable. The entire things is lined with a foam of some sort. This does 2 things: it cushions the load a bit, and form-fits to your body. This allows you get a little tighter so it won't flop when you run. Speaking of flopping, I never have a problem with it bouncing around or anything. The tension straps are a good length, so they'll fit a variety of sizes well. It even comes with an extension strap if it's too small. How cool is that?

There are a few things that I don't like, but it's mostly me being nit-picky.

First off, there are a couple emblems on the harness, one up front and one in the back. The problem is that no matter how you wear it, one is upside down. Not a big deal though. One other thing that bugs me is that there is a little compartment up front for keys and such... but it's positioned in a spot that's hard to get to. It would be bad for ID tags in scenarios because the guy asking would just shoot you since it would take so long to get at.

The other problems are related to the pods themselves. The little sleeves that hold them have a plastic ring inside so they stay open. It's handy if you are trying to put pods back in, but if not it's just makes a larger package. The other thing is that they have these pull tabs that hang down that are supposedly easier to open. I find them really hard to use though.
Conclusion: Really, this is a great harness. It's super cheap, the build quality is good, and it can be made to fit most all needs.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, July 23rd, 2010 at 12:15 am PST
 

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