If you’re looking to take the weight off your paintball gun and run with remote air, the 32 Degrees Coiled Remote with slide check is a great choice. This coiled remote also features the slide check for easy on/off ability, and quick disconnect capability.
The flexible coiled line is rated up to 3000psi so it should work great for any tank, whether you’re using CO2 or compressed air (Nitrogen), which typically have output pressures no greater than 850psi).
* Thick, flexible, coiled hose - rated for CO2 pressures
* On/off universal fill adapter
* Quickly disconnects
* Slide check to stop/start gas flow
* Takes your cylinder off your marker
* Requires use of harness with bottle pouch
The 32 Degrees Coiled Remote with Slide Check is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
20 oz CO2 tank
32 degrees remote line w/slide check
-Holds up to 3000psi(good for air and nitro tanks)
-slide check for simple disconnecting
None so far
***All Of My Reviews Are Edited And Re-Edited***
I haven't used any other remote line. It is really thick but it stretches really far. The slide check makes it very easy and simple to disconnect the whole thing. I haven't had any problems. It stretches pretty far, i even held one end in each hand and it stretched pretty far(i have a 6'3'' armspan).
If you need a remote line, this is the one to get. I even got it cheap from a friend for $20.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 2nd, 2007 at 11:32 am PST
Tippmann 98 e-trigger......... I have a 16 inch barrel and a stock on it.
The one main strength is it makes your gun lighter and more maneuverable.
Sometimes the quick release is hard to take off.
I love this product because it can go on any gun and can make a gun a lot lighter and more maneuverable. I got mine because i have a stock on my paintball gun and a big tank. If i didn't have it, the tank would hit my shoulder and it wouldn't have any use. But now since i got the remote, its great. I like it because you can remove it. This is probably one of the best investments in my paintball gun.
I think this is a good investment if you have a big tank on a small gun or if you have a stock on your gun. I recommend the quick release so you can take it off easily.
I have had this remote since i began playing paintball. It has served me very well and has never let me down. the slide check is a great feature that allows you to degass your marker and put it down. when you want to air up your marker again, just connect the remote and slide the quick-disconnect forward. I have had no real problems with this remote other than it sometimes getting caught on a branch while playing. it really makes your marker easier to carry and shoot, whithout the weight of your tank. THe only real complaint i have with this is that i can't switch shoulders in order to shoot around corners while playing. not a major weakness , but it does sometimes limit the tactics available to me. this remote does act a a mini- expansion chamber of sorts because it does let the Co2 expand somewhat while traveling from your tank to your marker. however, a real expansion chamber is designed specifically for this and will give you much better results.
All in all, a great product and i beleive that if you wanted a remote, this is the one you should get. ver easy to use and no maintainance requires.
thick, medium length hose
smooth slide check
large gnarled UFA knob
UFA knob can unscrew right off
The first remote I purchased was a mini- or microline. Nice that it was short and thin but I think it constricted air flow and after about a month of use, it broke while I was at the range. I looked like a real idiot with CO2 spraying all over the place as I tried to shut off my tank.
So I went to my local shop and picked up whatever hose they had with a slide check and it happened to be a 32 degrees. I think my FPS went up (I had multiple issues at the time, so it's difficult to pinpoint) and I've never had any issues with the nipple/hose connection. The UFA knob is larger than any other I've seen which makes it easier to turn on and off when it's on my back, if needed. The only complaint I have is that the knob can come out completely if you unscrew it too far. I've actually lost it twice (don't ask me how; the thing is big and orange) and the second time, I couldn't find it and had to buy a new one, but the whole UFA only cost $6.
Also, I didn't think much about the slide check until I used a friends remote (the day I lost my UFA knob). The slide check was ridiculously difficult to move back and forth when under pressure. I found new respect for my slide check which slides smooth as silk every time, but does not slide on it's own (a good thing, obviously).
I'd give this product a 10 if the UFA knob didn't unscrew all the way, but it's not really a big deal and I'd give this a 9.5 if I could. You really can't go wrong this remote IMHO; I love it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 20th, 2007 at 8:57 pm PST
None what other products fall into this catagory other then remotes ?
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Gets the tank out of your way while crawling in a senerio game
I couldent seem to set the pin on the tank right
I got my 32 degrees remote coil off of a website for about 35$ a while back i liked the idea of putting the tank out of the way but thats not for me i still like th tank on the gun anyways im a speedball player i dosent work for me. but dont kid yourself some speedball players like to use the remote coils like in the pintball movie push you see them every here and there
If you a die hard senerio player a remote coil might be right up you ally
Slide check is awesome
large hose gives room for CO2 to expand
Can get tangled/snagged but not ussually
I got this after my APP remote busted in half. Instantly I notice the remote is quite a bit thicker as well as shorter. This is a very good thing. My experiences with this show that it has alot less snags. As I said earlier it gives room for the CO2 to expand giving more accuracy.
Kingman Spyder MR3, Kingman Spyder VS1, Smart Parts Ion, WGP Synergy, Smart Parts Vibe.
Cheap. Slide check.
Doesnt work. Twice.
Bought my first remote line because i had recently purchased 2 24 oz CO2 tanks and decided they were too heavy to be on any marker. Overpaid (something like 60 bucks), took it home, inspected it, read the crappy instructions (printed on the back of packaging), gassed it up with co2, fired a few shots, all's good. Took it out next day for a morning of woodsball up north, a half hour into play theres a leak from the slide check connection, disconnected it and played with a frosty, heavy bottle attached to my marker all morning. Took it back to same store where a licensed tech did the work, left it there for over a week waiting for its repair, finally got it back(after having to pay an additional 9 bucks), was told that connections were now sprayed with some sort of 'lock-tite'. Ok, next woodsball game, same set-up and after a few weak shots, marker would not re-cock, changed markers, same story, nothing, assuming its now got a plug of some kind. Totally disappointed and fed up with it. Dropped it off a cliff.
Its a piece of junk. Dont buy one. I did and im regretting it.