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Pooldude24 Sunday, August 11th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Angel AIR
Marker Setup: Rt-Pro w/ flatline 68 level 10, warpfeed, and a halo loader
Strengths: Everything I love the ease of turning it on and off its very easy to adjust the pressure to the marker with the allen wrinch. I deffently recommend this product to anyone who doesn't want to worry about there air supply and there priced just right not over-priced like the angel air .
Weaknesses: Well the bad...I couldn't find anything bad about this air system hmmm the only thing I might say is bad is the availablity since nearly every shop in my area sells out of them when they get them in yup there that good.
Conclusion: I defently recommed this air system it takes a very simple route verses angel airs complacted digital and ugh there way over priced system. the flatline works well with every design marker out there and I have heard some weight issues but for me I been using it for almost 6 months and haven't experanced any problems If you want a air supply thats simply to operate priced afforablely and easy to use and set up this system is deffently recommend.
10 out of 10

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