A 2002 WGP Prostock Autococker, Crossfire 3000psi HPA, Evo II loader
Light, low profile, adjustable, the pod ejection system
Moves around a bit
I bought this product yesterday at my local paintball arena (Dragonfire Paintball) and it was amazing. With all the pods filled up it was still incredibly light! I didn't have to mind the pods when I was hiding or crouching because of the compactness of it all. An amazing design, only issue is that it moves around a bit, but its not a problem. All together this is a great purchase and something I will be using for a long time.
This is a great product for a beginning player because of its weight, profile, and price
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 25th, 2005 at 5:50 am PST
Alright well like many people have said this pack moves around a lot on the belt it comes with and the pod ejection system makes pods hard to get in. i fixed the 1st one by putting in a wider belt i happened to have lying around form a back pack which happens to be the perfect size for the loops. and for the second i just cut of the elastic which i like more because i wear it so the pods come out downward and the weight of the paint is enough to get it out fast with the elastic and the weight it was actually to fast to grab easily.
I would say but it for $10-$12 and cut off the elastic and put on a new belt if you happen to have one. if not use duct tape
Ion,new evo 3, 68/4500 tank, freak barrel,bullet drop forward,blade trigger,firebolt
soon to be: virtue board and a stiffi
very very very durable!
Elastic makes it hard to put pods in
its a belt not velcro
I got this on sale at bad boyz toyz for 10 dollars and i was new at paintball so i thought it was a great buy. I was right it was and up until today i have been using it but i jsut got my emipre pack 10 minutes ago... This pack serves me well adn is very very very very veryx1000 durable. NOthing has gone wrong with it once. A porblem i had was that the pods are a pain in the butt to put back and since ur in a hurry you jsut throw them on the ground. I have lsot 2 pods that way. But some else found them and gave them back because i put my name on them.
If you dont mind a belt harness and are on a budget this is for you
9/10 because i hate belts
only reason i didnt get a new one sooner is because i never went enough for it to be worth it. Also the ejection system.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 3rd, 2006 at 4:16 pm PST
Spyder Rodeo with ESP C.A.M.D E-Frame
20 oz Catalina co2 tank
eVlution II hopper
I really like this pack, I used to have a huge 6+1 pack....and that pack was just to big for speedball. So I decided to get this. Well when I first got it I put it on and adjusted everything, let me tell you this.....you need to have the harness TIGHT or else the pack will swing all over the place. Also if you arn't scared to drop your pods after you use them, you can get this.... but if you put your pods back in your harness after you use them......just look for a different pack. So.
1. Hold three pods - I don't really use much paint so all I need are the three pods
2. Mine came in a black color - The color of this pack matched the rest of my gear...which is all black (no I'm not goth, I just so happened to have all black equipment)
3. Pod Ejection - This really helped me pull my pods out faster
4. Small profile - I've never taken a hit to the pack
1. NXe logo upside down - I put my pack on so my pods lids are facing down......so the NXe logo faces down also....so people were all like "hey you pack is upside down" I got really annoyed by that
2. Very difficult to put pods back in during games - Since there is an elastic strap on the pack, it pushes the pod down.....now when you're trying to get a pod in during a game......it takes a while to get it back in
3. Harness - I have to have this thing tight on me so that the pack won't swing around when I make a break for the 50, So it kinda feels wierd.
Its a good pack......Only get it if you drop your pods or have a lot time to put the pods back the pack.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 30th, 2006 at 7:41 am PST
it can reload a halo in a little over one pod
The belt is not sewed on to the pack so it jiggles slightly
the pod pack is overall very good for a beginner or someone who just needs a good pack fast and for veryyyyyy little money (CHEAP!!!!!) i recomend this pack to anybody even if u already have a pack it is a good back up and it holds either 100-160 round pods (140 round pods work the best)
This is a cheap and good pack and this is why i recomend it
Putting pods back in is awkward when playing
As you can see, my A-5 came with a response trigger. It will fire out a lot of paint if you want it to, and coupled with the 180-200 round hopper, you'll blow through it fast.
I wanted a pack, but i didn't want a 9, 7, or 5 pack, so i started looking for a 3 pack.
I saw the NXe 3-pack for only $15, and i jumped on it. It fits well, looks good, and all for a good price.
This pack is very light, even with three full 140-round pods. Another cool feature is the "Pod Ejection System", which is composed of a small, elastic strap at the bottom of the pod sleeve. When you pull the strap, it pushes the pod up into your hand. Only problem is, if you want to put your pod back into the pack on the field, you gotta find the sleeve, then apply enough pressure to the elastic to get the pod far enough down to put the strap down. You can do it, but it takes practice.
Tested with 1 full 140 round pod, and one 100 round pod, this pack was very light for a 3 pod harness. It fit well, and i forgot it was on my back after the game started.
The strap is not sewn to the harness, so if it is loose, the pack will work its way around to your hip or start to bounce, which can be fixed by tightening the pack.
The "Ejection System" did it's job, moving the pack up from the sleeve, but when i put it back, it "resisted" the pod going back in, but i got it without too much trouble.
This is a great pack for beginner player who is just getting started. It works great for woods ball and speed ball. If you want a good pack for a low price, get this one.
Azodin Kaos, J&J Ceramic Full Tilt (2 piece), Proto Primo, Pure Energy Aluminum HPA tank 48Ci 3000psi, and occasionally a 20oz Co2 tank
Excellent pod ejection system
The pack keeps sliding around the belt. Very bouncy.
This is a great pod pack for the $10 (with pods) that i got it for, however its very bouncy, and it slides around the belt and out of the place that i wanted it to stay, But what can i say... its $10, but it does the job of holding the pods and ejecting like it promised.
*Note it fits 140 capacity tubes
For a brand new paintballers this would be great, but i'd recommend just buying a higher quality pod pack that you can stick with for a while
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 at 3:01 pm PST
09 proto rail, 14" proto barrel, vl evolution 3, crossfire 68/4500, bt tank cover
Slides around when you run
I picked this up for about $20 at the paintball feild. Im not rich so i dont have alot of money to spend on a pod pack. This works ok for how I play (woodsball and light speedball). I like to wear mine upside down (pod lids facing down) so I can get the pods out quicker. One of the things that really gets on my nerves though is that the pack is on a belt so it will sometimes slide around when you run.
For a beginner that doesn't have a whole lot of money this will works just fine.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 at 5:38 pm PST
Fits nicely, stays put, easy to use, very durable.
This is an awesome harness, it holds the pods great, doesn't come of of your back in intense play, and the pods pop out great. This is a must have harness, it's great and is perfect for begginers getting into the game like me. 10 of 10! buy this pack!