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awptimus prime Sunday, September 14th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
JT e-motion
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5, RT, flatline, HPA 68/4500, DOP Pro Seal, Dbl Trigger, Universal drop forward
Spyder E-99, Ronin Katana, HPA 68/4500, DOP trigger
Strengths: Ball bounces, good protection
Weaknesses: Looks bad, bad fit
Review: I found this item before seeing the JT. It's great protection, more bounces than anything I've seen. It also takes some of the bruising out of speedball play. I'm not real fat, or anything, but it didn't fit me all that well. I sold it to a friend who is pretty skinny and he loves it. It fits him a lot better too.

If you are concerned about appearance, then this product is probably not for you. It's a little boxy looking, but performs as advertised.

Some teenager will likely make a comment about your appearance, but they will stop that once they are done with puberty and learn that paintball isn't about huge bruises and pain.
Conclusion: I'd suggest this for anyone with a small frame. If you are a fatty, get a JT, as the straps on the JT are larger. Also, the JT looks way cooler (well, as cool as it can look. heh) and is more durable. While spending this type of money on gear, I would suggest spending the extra $15 and going with the JT. But, if you want something that fits well under a jersey, this one might be better.
9 out of 10

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