The Tranzport Seriez Large Gear Bag is the ultimate large gear bag for tournament use, and is designed to organize and protect everything it contains.
The “over-under” design allows players to separate their gear from their clothes. The upper compartment has a divider to further organize markers, tanks, pads, and hoppers, and also incorporates sectioned-off front and rear pockets for goggles and cleats. The top section alone will hold two full setups: two hoppers, two markers, and two tanks, plus a barrel kit and pads. The top lid is studded with pockets for smaller items such as tools, o-rings, and spare parts. The bottom section holds enough clothes for several days, and also has a laundry bag for dirty clothes or pods. The entire assembly sits on one of the strongest chassis made-- built to withstand the harshest terrain and the most brutal airport luggage handlers. The outer shell of the bag is made of 800D nylon, and all of the zippers are doubled for easy access to gear. A telescoping handle tops it off, and makes lugging the Large Gear Bag a breeze, even when fully loaded.
The Redz Transport Seriez Large Gear Bag is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Dye NT W/ ROTOR NINJA 68Ci
09 PROTO SLG UL
large tool kit I MEAN HUGE
paintball gun stand
Pretty Big but not biggest, washable material, under storage.
The none telescopic handle is a big turn off.
So i got this bag because i was not happy with my empire body bag i got, my other bag was just as big but ONE big compartment. Thank God this REDZ BAG HAS DIVIDERS!!!! This thing will hold a ton, i have 3 guns, 2 tanks, 3 hoppers, 2 mask, pod caddy, 8 pods, and huge tool kit.! CMON no telescopic handle??? WTF
The first thing I have to say about this bag is that it gets the job done. Not only does it fit all my stuff it also fit some misc stuff i have around (stock parts for my gun etc..) The capacity of this bag is excellent. I can fit my two markers, two hoppers, two barrel kits, my tank, pod pack, bunch of pods, mask, stock barrels, batteries for both my hoppers, charger, wallet, squeegies, cleaner, playing apparel, extra clothes, pair of cleats, and to top it all off itll even hold an extra pair of pants and long sleeve shirt and still have room to spare. The two peice design for this bag lets me store my dirty clothes somewhere away from the clothes ill be wearing home. The looks of this bag is eye catching for me but I wasn't looking for a flashy bag, I was looking for a bag that'll fit my stuff and more. Its safe to say it provides both. The bag comes with a divider which is pretty cool and also a bag to fit your dirtied up paintball gear (which imo is probably one of the coolest features of the bag.) This bag is cheap to say the least at around $110 at compulsive paintball and about $120-130 at actionvillage you cant go wrong with this bag. An extra plus for this bag is its wheels. Never have to worry about carrying it all the way to that bench at the staging area unless you worry about getting dirt on the bottom. I havent had any complications with it so far but if something happens ill make sure to edit asap.
Personally I cant say right now this bag is as good as its other competitors (other bags in the $100-130 range) but for me i definitely recommend this bag if you have alot of gear and your old bag just aint cutting it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, December 13th, 2008 at 7:35 am PST
Various duffel bags, backpacks, luggage bags.... pretty much anything that can hold my gear and didn't cost a fortune.
HALO B w/ victory
68/3000 Crossfire Tank
Red NDZ Frame
Red CP rail
Black CP on/off ASA
Red NDZ S-Treme Trigger
Hybrid Lady Grips
14" Powerlyte Sceptor Kit
Holds a whole lot of gear
Bottom compartment is a bit awkward
Not too expensive (I paid about 120 shipped), holds a whole lotta gear. Right now I have 2 masks, Extra lenses, 2 guns, 3 hoppers, 2 tanks (a 20oz CO2 and a 68/3000 hpa), 6 barrels, a Sceptor Kit, Spare parts kits for both guns, 5 barrel socks, spare 9V and AA Batteries, A warp feed (still fun to use once in a while), 2 packs (a 4 horizontal and a 4+3), 12 or so pods, 2 pvc marker stands, pair of knee pads, speedball jersey and pants, Woods shirt and bdu's... I think thats about it, but I still have some space. I'll just have to buy more stuff ; ) The inner compartment id divided into 3 parts and is removable/adjustable to it can configure to whatever you need it for. It also comes with a washable bag to put your dirty gear in after a day of play so it doesn't mess up your seats. No more trash bags for me. It's easily pull able and fits nicely in my trunk. Heavy duty zippers you can feel the quality in. The stitching looks good as well.
Not exactly cheap, but high quality rarely is. It has a telescoping handle, but I'm sorter so I just use the regular handles and it works just fine. My only real complaint is the bottom compartment. Its rather roomy, and thats a plus, but to get to it you have to tip the rest of the bag over, and unless you pack it good the stuff in there can move about.
All in all it does what I was meant to. I would recamend looking into if if your in the market for a bag. It really is a shame that stores don't have a variety of bags this size in stock so you can see them and compare. I have been happy with everything I've gotten from them.
Custom Ando Etek with titanium rammer, cure bolt, freak barrel, Kila detents
Tippmann A5 with through the air stock and QEV
Old School VM-68
Large. The whole bag is very large but not so much that is too large
Bottom of bag is difficult to get too.
I was looking for a bag that I could carry all three of my markers. When I play I like to play all types of paintball and typically will play all my markers in a given day. My goal was to find a bag that would hold all three plus all my stuff to go along with those makers. In this bag I have the following: Three Markers, 2 HPA tanks (68 and 72), 1 20 oz Co2 tank, 3 barrel backs 8 barrel inserts, 6 barrel fronts, part kits for all three markers, pulse hopper, gravity hopper, tool kit, various towels, mask, gloves, pod pack, woodsball vest, woodsball pants and shirt, speedball jersey and pants.
So looking back I have a lot of stuff in there. I will say no matter what bag you have you will fill it and will always want a bigger bag. The Redz bag is great. The quality is second to none. I looked at the Empire, Eclipse, and Dye bags. The problem I had was my local store did not carry all the bags and it was difficult to visualize if all my gear would fit. The dye was my first choice and the Redz a close second. Price won out here since I was able to get the Redz much cheaper. I paid 120.00. The Dye bag was 185+ if you can find it.
A lot of people bad mouth the lack of a telescoping handle on the Dye bag but I have never used the one on the Redz.
So overall the Redz is very nice. There are two things I do no like.
1. There are three sections in the main compartment separated by a removable divider system. If you place your marker in the sections they tend to slide around. I had to get a separate gun bag from Redz to put my marker in so there is some protection.
2. The bottom section is intended to hold clothes. I have quite a lot down there including pod packs and vests. The problem I have is that your configure the main compartment they way you want then zip it close...When you unzip the bottom section and open it (like a book) the stuff in the top section goes flying. That is another reason why i had to get a separate gun bag.
Overall I think the bag is nice but the Dye has a better design in that the bottom section can be removed totally. If the Dye bag was cheaper then I would have gotten it. I'm not sorry I got the Redz bag though.