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Number of Reviews: 11
Average Rating: 7.5 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $10

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darktamer Saturday, September 3rd, 2005
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More than 5 years
Products Used:
Dye rhino
Marker Setup: Yellow/black ANS 2k4 GXe w/ QEV's
Freak kit
68/45 PE tank
Halo w/ rip
Strengths: It's better than nothing
Weaknesses: The seams are awful
The foam back is awful
Review: I bought a Pure Energy tank recently, and needed a tank cover. I like dye rhino covers, but they are about twice as expensive at my proshop, so I took a look at this thing. Technically, mine is a Pure Energy tank cover... but it's the same exact thing, Extreme rage and Pure Energy are affiliates. The only difference is mine has a different logo.

So, I have a 68ci tank, so I buy a 68ci tank cover, made by the same company. Should fit pretty sweet, right? Nope, I had to struggle to get the damn thing on, and the seams immediately starting stretching apart. If I looked closely at the stitches, I could see through to my tank... wtf. So I've played about three times with this thing, and the foam back is in tatters. about 50% of the stuff has just fallen off. I haven't rubbed it in sand, or even let it touch the ground at any point. The most abrasion it has seen is just sitting against my shoulder when I'm shooting. Luckily there is is some foam left, and some sort of material underneath the foam, so my tank is completely bare there...yet.
Conclusion: This thing is absolutely awful, I plan on complaining to the company and getting a dye rhino ASAP.
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