The Paintball Caddy holds over 1,100 paintballs and weighs only 1.3 oz when empty. It is made from a medical grade plastic, can withstand direct sunlight, and is waterproof. It is virtually indestructible on a paintball field. You can kick it, beat it, shoot it, and it just keeps on ticking. The Paintball Caddy can be left at the edge of the playing field or kept in the car. The patented "Flow Channel" is made for fast and easy pre-game loading. The current record is 840 paintballs in 5.79 seconds without spilling a single ball. Under normal situations you probably won't need to load 145 balls per second, but it's nice to know Paintball Caddy will perform well above your expectations.
The DX2 Paintball Caddy is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
-Flat out awesome
-It's pretty tough
-It holds a good amount of paint
-I'm good at misplacing the plastic caps
Well first off this thing is just flat out GENIUS. I absolutely, without a doubt think this thing is pure genius. It's a pretty simple tool that helps a lot. It's great for loading your pods for those of you who hate taking the time to fill your pods. It literally takes 3 seconds. It holds a good number of paintballs so you don't have to worry for a while if you have to fill it back up. It's pretty durable. I have misplaced the caps once or twice though.
What a paint saver. Yet nothing should be considered perfect without any kind of competition.
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Easy to fill
Easy to use
Kinda pricy for what it does.
I've only seen this gun in a few videos, and at a local paintball shop, when I've seen it in "action" it did the job like it should, and fills the pods or hoppers in less than 1 second. The problem I see with this product, is that it isn't a necessity, you don't really need one, and $20 is a lot to pay for something you can definitely live without, unless you're at X-Ball like tourneys
It's a good idea, but all-in-all, you don't need it.
I give it a 8 because it does what it's advertised to do, but you do't need it to do what it's advertised to do, Unless you're in a X-Ball style tournament then you really need it.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 1st, 2006 at 3:00 pm PST