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PMI Pure Energy Ultra Tank
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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $209

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The future of paintball air systems has arrived with the release of the new Pure Energy Ultra Air™ Systems. The Pure Energy’s Ultra’s are the first air systems to feature new HD Graphics which make these functional marvels into works of art– this combined with latest computer controlled manufacturing techniques make these the lightest cylinders available! Next, we added the latest in regulator technology the Pure Energy Reactor III to this great system.

The Pure Energy Reactor III Regulator takes the legendary performance and reliability of the Reactor II and improves on it by as much as 20% while the weight has been dramatically reduced 35%. By adding the accessory Pure Energy Reactor III Titanium upgrade kit to your Pure Energy Reactor III Regulator you bring the weight down by as much as 50%. Awesome!
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The PMI Pure Energy Ultra Tank is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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sameagol26 Thursday, July 8th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
PMI 62/3000 metal tank
Marker Setup: Empire Events mask
Blue Invert Mini
Halo BV35 with Rip Drive
Pure Energy 70/4500 basic
62/3000 psi tank basic (Back up)
RAP4 Vest

Tippmann 98 Custom
14" linear barrel
4 Position car stock
Rail Mount
Airsoft Acog scope
BT Bipod and adapter
Tippmann double trigger
Rap4 vest black
12 and 20 Ounce CO2 tank
Strengths: Compact
Better than CO2
Lightweight
Carbon fibre
Fairly Cheap
Weaknesses: Not too many shots off one tank
Hard to get off the mini
Review: This tank I have just recently purchased from a store near where I live. It was one of the only brands they had that were any good in my opinion and it was actually fairly cheap. I managed to pick this bad boy up for 179$ canadian plus tax obviously but I am glad I did. I had checked American online prices and tanks such as this one were even more expensive then mine.

My initial thoughts of this tank are its lightweight, compact and fairly nice looking too. The reg clearly works so there was no flaws there. There were no leaks and it stayed nice and aired up on my mini. It didn't give me many more shots than my regular 62/3000 air tank but thats mainly due to the fact that the place I was at didn't fill the tank to its maximum 4500 setting for whatever reason.

My only issue with this tank is when it is on my gun, it can be hard to get off. I use an invert mini so there is a lot of pressure on the reg and the tank so unscrewing the tamk can be an issue especially when you're sweaty or its a hot day. It can damage the threads when i use a lot of force to get the tank off so that's just a small warning.

Other than that it's a great tank. Very small for the amount of air it can hold. My old tank is a total of 1 inch and a half longer and probably almost a pound heavier since it's a steelie.
Conclusion: This is a great primary tank to use. it has all the safety measures you would need like a dual burst disk and at a low affordable cost. It's lightweight, carbon fibre, and it's simply awesome. Pick it up if you want a reliable awesome air tank.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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17ope4k Sunday, June 27th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Similar
Products Used:
NInja metal tank
Pure energy metal tank
Marker Setup: Spyeder Electra 09 w/eye
Dye rotor liquid white
white exalt feed gate
Pure Energy Carbon Fiber 50/4500 Ultra
16 inch custom products silver barrel
Dye E-Grip Sticky Red
Strengths: tough
small
high capacity
price compared to Ninja
Weaknesses: Weight for a carbon fiber
Review: It is a pretty good tank if you play 30-min games of woods ball with 4 pods. Kinda heavy for a carbon fiber (I have 50/4500) but when you up the capacity, the weight is nolonger a concern if you are using a 90/4500. It can shoot up about 700 paintballs per fill.
Conclusion: Good for the money
Rating:
9 out of 10
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