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Chapel451 Sunday, January 11th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Four pod harness with remote set up by PMI
Marker Setup: Currently the A-5 with a response trigger
Strengths: Versatile, deflects hits, increase maneuverability
Weaknesses: sometimes pods fly out of the pod harness.
Review: Okay, I finally broke down and bought this product after a few recommendations.
Trust me it is worth the expense. I know dumping 70 bucks on a harness (86 total with pods and extension straps) seems like a lot, but I gained a ton of maneuverability with this rig. I was much faster and lighter on my feet, because the weight of my extra paint and remote set up rested higher on my back, making it more like a back pack. Also the fact that it has the compartments in the front made it easy to carry squeegees, alan renches and my car keys and wallet. It also has a special zipper on the side of one of the front pockets to string your VOX headset for all you players who are using radios.

And you cannot beat the fact that it absorbs shot impact and cleans up very easily. Just hose it off and let it dry over night.

Also, its the most versatile harness out there. You can detach the pod packs or remote packs and configure them in a way that best suits your needs. Everything attaches via very durable velcro. I tried three different set ups, in one day of paintballing.

It is pretty light weight.

Also, it just makes you look like a bad mama jamma.

I have only two compaints.
First, I had a pod fly out of the harness once, which sucks cause I lost it. So be careful if you want to arrange the pods sideways or upside down.

Second, when I first got it was too small for me, and I had to drop a few pounds before I could use it. However, Flurry has since remedied that problem by issuing extension straps. So, for all you big guys, your prayers are answered.
Conclusion: With versatility and practicality this harness is the best out on the market right now. hands down. It will be great to see what Flurry does with the product in the future.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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