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Austinhembo Sunday, January 10th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Most other basic pods
Marker Setup: Bob Long Protege
Dye Rotor
Crossfire Tank
Strengths: They look great and hold the standard amount of paint.
Weaknesses: The body of them (the plastic) seems weaker than most pods.
Review: I bought these because they looked great and came with free stickers from the pro shop I purchased them from. However, I noticed that as I was playing, I was shot a few times in the pod pack. I had two proto pods in my pack along with a standard 140 diablo pod. Both proto pods had broken paint in them from when I got clipped and the other pod did not. I realized that the plastic construction of the proto pods are much weaker than this other pod and the fact that it gave when I pressed on the side of the tube probably led to the reason why I had to dump 2 pods of paint in the trash can (it was soup).

Conclusion: They look great and are reasonably priced, but the weak construction will likely lose me as a return customer.
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

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