Lids are hard to open, the joint that connects to the lid breaks easily
I've had these for more than two years now and it is time to update, these were good at first, but now I need a pod that i could open faster for speedball. thats where the dye pods come in. However, one good thing is that when i play woodsball this are the less prone to open premature and causing you to spill paint. I guess thats what DraXxuS was shooting for.
If you can find them, get them only if you play woodsball because the lids won't open easliy and the pods are very strong.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010 at 11:24 pm PST
The lids break failry easily, Lids are hard to open
I really liked these pods, they were hard enough to take hits without breaking. The only major problem was the the lid was hard to open and close, I could do it but many of my friends were to weak and I did notice a significant difference when I used to WGP pods. The lids tend to break too, because they are so hard to open, possibly?
I really like these pods, would only recommend to someone I know wouldn't have trouble opening them though
I recently picked these up at our local field (Big Pearl Paintball) for 1.94 a piece and they have proved to be all they are said to b, a 140 ball pod. The only problem is sometimes I find it hard to open them. So far no spills, and I was definitely putting them to the test last time! I have the smoke color which is the only ones they have there, but I found some other colors online for nearly the same price.