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myzticshadow146 Friday, June 12th, 2009
Period of
Field Use:
Just once
Date There: June 10th, 2009
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Other Fields
in the Area:
Sgt. Splatters - Horrible service, useless employees, dark, wet and expensive
Defcon - Great non-speedball field
Eastie Boyz - Comparable field, but not nearly as nice of a staff as Infinite. Also more expensive
Review: Safety - The refs at infinite are very good with safety. They are zealous to make sure that everyone in the staging area and even walking to the chrony area has their barrel bags on, and that the area is safe.

Fields - Infinite has a speedball field and a milsim field with buildings and obstacles. I only played on the speedball field when I went. The speedball field is fairly large, and has a lot of bunkers. It is great for 5on5 or 7on7, but anything less than 4 on 4 is a waste of time, as it's too easy to sneak up and bunker each other. Keep that in mind before coming with your buddy on off-peak hours, as there may not be anyone else there.

Hours - Infinite is open from 4:30-11 during the week, and after 12pm on weekends. This is somewhat annoying when you have a day off work during the week and you want to go for a full day of paintballing, but it does keep the field in business. Also, the field is usually empty for the first hour after opening, so keep that in mind.

Prices - Great prices, cheapest BYOP w/ air that I have seen, and reasonable paint prices on non-peak days. If you want to come all the time, try purchasing a membership, which is a reasonable $300 for 2-years, which gives you BYOP any day, or free admission any day when you purchase paint at $50/case.

Staff - Unreal staff. Between all the staff onsite, there will definitely be someone knowledgeable with your equipment. My G3 wouldn't fire properly, so one of the staff spent about 45 minutes with it going over every potential problem, and when it wouldn't work he lent me his Fusion for the day. One of the friendliest staffs of any paintball place in Toronto.

Refs - There were a couple refs on call, but they were not needed when I was there. There were only about 10 players at the field, all mature. The games went smoothly and honorably, but there were refs there just in case.

Players - Infinite attracts a more intense speedballing crowd, so don't expect to run show with your 98 Custom on the speedball field.

Facilities - Great facilities, a large and clean staging area, which is out of the way enough that I am confident in leaving some gear lying round without it getting stolen.

Food - There are a couple vending machines, but that's it as far as drinks go, and no food. It's a new field though, so expect food soon. There is a McDonald's and DQ just down the street anyways.

Overall - If you want to play speedball, Infinite is flat out the best place to go in Toronto. It is inexpensive, clean, professionally run, and overall a great experience.
 

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