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Dover Monday, March 3rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
68/4500 Tuff Skin
Marker Setup: 99 LED Angel, silver Warped Sportz HiRise, nickel WGP flame drop, Serfas front grip cover, DYE extended volumizer, red pull pin, custom trigger
Strengths: Two words: Air America
Weaknesses: Weight.
Review: Bulletproof is the key word here.

The block of stainless steel they shaped into a reg unit does its job wonderfully, providing an adjustable flow with on-off capability, dual guages and durability all around.

I bought mine in 1997 for $600 Canadian or $400 US, its half that since its used. The newer, substantially lighter Apocalypse 2K goes for $374.95 at Air America.

Bulletproof, well-made, two guages (high pressure tank guage, low pressure output guage), on/off, 45/4500 system is lighter and smaller

Overall the Apocalypse is a very nice package but being made out of stainless steel it is one heavy mo-fo.
Conclusion: 45/4500 bottle is a nice, small setup perfect for a forward or front player. however if weight is a consideration go for the Apoc 2K or Armageddon series.

If a 10 Rating is best value for money I give it an 8, because when it came out it was the best, but now there's more competition.
8 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2003 at 1:03 am PST

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