The lids pop open and you loose all your paint.
I bought 4 of these played one day and one broke when I fell back on it. I then bought another one, (A mistake). I used them in a NXE 4x1 and kept loosing most of my paint every time i pulled on of these pods out they would come open or already be open. I was hot. What tould happen is the pods would get shoved up insie the carrier by me moving and squatting. the NXE would press on the lds and the lids would pop open or be loose. When i removed the velcro to open to grab a pod all my paint would fall out. This happend at least 5 -6 times.
These pods are flimsy I got shot in on and a few of my painf balls broke inside. It took me a while to clean up the balls and the tube itself. I was ready top throw these things in the garbae. After i got home I ordered Far boy Pods and they are much thicker and better than the 32 deg.
Dont waist your money spend a little more for a stiffer pod
2nd Generation Venturi Bolt
12oz or 20oz tank
Co2 (for now)
Very Durable plastic
Good flip lid
I found none
These pods are a pretty good deal. I bought four of them in a kit that I got with my Spyder. They are made of very durable plastic, which I found out after I took a few shots at them with my marker. For 75cents per tube I really don't think you could ask for more.
Lid is a little to easy to open
I had some of these laying around a I tested them out. Basically they are just a pod and nothing more. The good points are the low price and the easy to open lid. I didn't like the weak plastic - it flexes to easily and is vulnerable to breakage. The two-piece construction isn't as good as a one-piece. The lid is maybe to easy to open - you have a chance of catching the tab and losing your paint. Overall Fatboys outperform these pods in every way.
I'd say they're about average. Just a pod and nothing special.
Cheap (I got them for $2 each)
Pod opened on me once
Two of my pod's springs have broken
(50 words on a pod?....)
I got these pods when i bought my harness
They were $2 each
They had smoke, clear, or black. (I got smoke)
Edit: So far two of my pod's springs have broken, so they dont flip up, they just open and the lid stays there
There are other cheap pods out there, these arent the best
5 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 26th, 2005 at 10:26 am PST
A-5, E-Grip, R5 Ricoche, Bullit Drop Forward, 20 oz co2, whisper barrel
-It holds Paintballs
-Made of hard plasic
-Not really, Its a pod for cripe sakes
Ok, im going to say that these are good pods because #1: they are good at holding paintballs #2: They are made of hard plastic.#3: I dont know. These pods are good. They are so good i bought 6 of them!! ; ) And they fit right into the 32 degrees pack!!! Gee Gosh Golly!!
In conclusion, buy these, they are good, they hold paintballs pretty good, and they are cheap.
xtra-richochet 2K hopper-sprint trigger frame-32* springs
(its the worst gun ever I'm getting a 98c)
Holds alot of paint.
Great if you are low on money and need some pods. I got these becasue my other pods broke. I got two for 6 bucks. They are great because they hold alot of paint balls. One person said that his broke from one shot on them. The kid that shot the pod must have had high velocity to have a shot go thruough it.
I bought these with my Pro Line 6+1 harness. The work well and are made of sturdy plastic for the most part. Yesterday I bunkered a kid in the back, but didn't realize that there was somebody else in there with him and he turned around and shot me in the pack. It basically put a two inch hole in the lid and I had to throw it away. Luckily they are only about two bucks, so they are easily replaceable.
I would get these because they are cheap, but beware that they might break easily.
Spyder Victor II
14" Smart Parts Progressive barrel
200rnd. Java Hopper (gravity feed)
Easy to open hold about 110rnds.
These pods are nothing fancy but are very useful. They do two jobs for me. The first is that if we play a woods-ball game and don't use extra paint then I use them for quick loading. But if I am playing a speed-ball type of game then I can also use them to carry extra paint for me. These are good pods.
16"CMI tru flight-14"J&J Ceramic
Psycho Ballistics drop forward
expansion chamber(nice grip)
They do not open when you don't want them to. Indestructable.
They are slightly too big for my belt(Unique 4+3)
Let it be known that this is a review on the 100-round pods. I have not used the 140-round pods.
Ok, these pods are ok, if you like small pods. These were the first pods i bought, I wasn't aware that they were 100-round pods. They are near indestructable, and the lid does pop open whenever it feels like it.
I personally don't like them because they will not fit in my elastic bands on my Unique 4+3 belt. Other than that, they are good. If you want 100-round pods, these would be a good investment, just make sure they fit.
I'll give em an 8 cause they don't quite fit my belt.
Good 100-round pods.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 24th, 2004 at 1:54 pm PST
Holds paint in your pack until you try to pull it out....
- Cheap 2-piece design (collar/lid and the pod body)
Ok, so for the first time i tried a 2piece 32degreez pod ( i bought a bunch of random pods from some guy). It held paint fine in the pack, considering there was a strap holding it in place.....I slid into the 40 dorito, finished my hopper, reached back to pull out a pod from my NXe pack and as i attempt to pull it out, the whole collar pulls off of the pod, spilling 140 rounds of paint all on the ground behind me... Long story short, i was pissed, but i pulled out one of my other pods and managed to bunker the last guy of the game...Hooray for me..
The 2piece 32degreez pods are a piece of junk....the collar comes off way too easily and doesn't even have any adhesive to seal it on...i give it a 2 because it atleast held my paint inside of my pack until you try to pull it out.....
Stick with the pods in my "similary products used" and you'll be so much more satisfied than with this garbage...
2 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, June 1st, 2006 at 2:05 am PST