None except i have seen jt an NXE's which are very similiar to this pack.
Stock diablo wrath, crossfire nitro tank and stock barrel(actually nice) halo tsa.
Little heavy and wide but what pack isn't.
Nice pack Nice price
fits lots of pods.
can set length of pod grab and alows for adjustment to yourself.
No plastic here.
Fits 100 and 140 pods and velcro is very heavy duty.
Made in pakistan isn't the best but it is a nice pack.
the straps are strong and your kids can chew the hec out of them.
what ever u like is important
little kids probably won't fit the pack is a little to big for any body really skinny i am a little round and it fits fine and i am 16 so. Great pack fair price get one.
Get one if you can most packs are the same except for pod direction and looks so..
This pack has a very long strap and will fit just about anyone (including Ledz from nexus lol :) the only draw bak with that is if your a thin bloke like me (you might need some help getting it on). The pot's are very easy to grab hold of and slip out with minimum trouble i have never had a pot fall out on it's own plus you can buy the X-loops to add more pot's on to it. This pack is that good our entire team use them so do a lot of tourne team's.
Plus it's only £20 !!!!!!! cheap as chips :)
Go and buy this NOW :)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, September 16th, 2004 at 3:13 am PST
Marker: Spyder TL+ ; 2k2 All American ; Modded stock bolt ; 12 oz PMI Pure Energy tank. Cosmetics :Stickies, Eclipse Velocity adjuster
Price, zip pouch
Liable to fall off, doesn't feel secure, wide profile
I bought one of these from the Planet website in preparation for The Drug Wars Big Game 2k3, but on the day it turned out to be a bit disappointing. The waist adjustment didn't seem to be able to hold my size at all and as a result it kept slipping off or the pack would end up hanging off of me.
Another disadvantage of the pack is its wide profile, as you have 2 140 pods sticking out of your side, and I was hit at least twice during the day on the pack (considering that 350 people were on the other team though, this isn't surprising).
When strapped on, the pack was actually quite comfortable: 3 pods isn't really much weight and the lack of support isn't a problem, especially considering the price. The zip pouch was pretty useful, but it took some getting used to being able to manipulate it from behind my back. The keyring was also good for keeping a straight shot on, and I found that handy.
Overall, though, the pack was disappointing due to the fact that it would slide off or lose its hold if I was running/crawling or any real kind of movement. However, I was able to pick up one of these for about £10 (on sale from the eclipse site) and for the price it isn't bad. I have since bought more expensive and better packs, but I'm keeping this one as a spare and/or for rec play.