TESTING ONGOING (APPLICATIONS CLOSED) New Add-on Drop Pouch (Under Development)

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Product name: New Add-on Drop Pouch (Under Development)
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Quantity: 2
Purpose of design: -
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Gear testing duration: within 2 weeks after pack received!!
Requirements:
-Answering the following questions when you apply for it.
  1. Is it necessary for war game players to have a drop pouch during the game? why?
  2. What stuff will you carry in this kind of pouch?
  3. This pouch can be transformed into the waist pack for everyday carry. What do you think about this design?
  4. What size do you prefer for this kind of pouch?
  5. Will you use them to carry chemical light sticks?
-Honest reviews wanted.

Application due date: 2021-09-15
 

EpsilonAirsoftUK

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Hi,

I'll put my name forward as always; happy to test and feedback.

1. Is it necessary for war game players to have a drop pouch during the game? why?

I think it is; I personally have a drop pouch alongside two side pouches and a medium belt pouch. More players are getting into milsim events and its necessary to carry a lot of ammo / equipment. There's a mix of Airsoft sites in the UK, some of which play smaller paintball style games, but others which will stay put on the field for hours at a time and you need to have everything on you - spare batteries, spare ammo, speed loaders etc.

Ultimately you dress for the occasion and the UK has a lot of outdoor sites, with few indoor / speedsoft style areas.

2.What stuff will you carry in this kind of pouch?

My smaller belt pouch tends to hold my mobile phone and a multi-tool / Allen keys. If I'm playing as a sniper then I use it to hold my VSR10 magazines.

My drop pouch holds pistol ammo and speedloader, some meds / sugary sweets and a few spare morale patches.

Side pouches hold main ammo, car keys, med kit and anything else i need to carry.

3. This pouch can be transformed into the waist pack for everyday carry. What do you think about this design?

I wouldn't use it for EDC, but the versatility is great for anyone with dual use kit. I notice the back doesn't have MOLLE, but just seems to be double backed velcro to wrap around the full belt? This sort of quick add/remove gear is handy for a quick loadout change.

4. What size do you prefer for this kind of pouch?

Medium. Big enough to fit gear but small enough not to get in the way - especially as a drop pouch. Anything too big would weigh down a belt too much too.

5. Will you use them to carry chemical light sticks?

I don't use chem sticks unless playing a night game, which is rare. There's also no need to have a tourniquet since Medic rules are rarely played in the UK. The one downside to my current drop pouch is the restrictive loops, so elastic loops are a nice option if needed.

Generally interested to test the size and quality of this pouch, alongside the ease of use when switching between drop and belt setup.
 

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Leo

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Привет, народ! брат мой капитан страйкбольной команды отдал бы его на пробы. Думаю, кто играет профессионально, и честно скажу, что и почему
 

Leo

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Но я всё ещё надеюсь что вы сделаете что нибудь на подобии этого для велосипеда. С креплениями велкро к рулю
 

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1. Is it necessary for war games?
I think it’s a great way to carry mission critical gear, just below your work space.
This has tons of uses that range from a drop pouch, to a utility pouch for tools, or batteries,or chem lights. You can use it for an IFAK or to carry handheld optic devices (i use a similar bag to carry a Flir Breach and pvs 14 monocular)

2. What would you carry in this pouch?
Snacks 😎. IFAK,Batteries,entry tools,lights,chem lights, hand held optics/surveillance, writing tools. It’s honestly a great way to carry gear.

3. Would you use this as an EDC pack?
I actually carry my EDC in a plain black jansport Fanny pack. I prefer a low visibility pack for everyday, but this would be great for hiking, or camping. It important to carry the essentials, but it’s also important for ease of movement which makes these packs ideal when you carry a lot of tools, especially if you don’t want to weight down your pockets.

4. What size do you prefer?
Small/Medium.
I suppose it depends on the fit of the bag.
Some bags will sag or lean forward (Helikon Tex bandicoot bag), or won’t sit correctly against the body. Small but enough room for what I need (IFAK and Two mags, or tools and optics, or batteries, chem lights, documents.) if I am sitting in a vehicle I don’t want it too cumbersome, and if I have to go prone it should be padded enough to carry certain equipment.

5.Will you use it to carry chem lights?

Absolutely.
I carry them on my belt, but I always carry spares in my pack. I will be able to test this extensively on the range. The next 6 months I have a long schedule of classes, and training. If it holds up, I’ll run it in my gear.
If I have any issues, or conflict from use I will write a detailed review of the pros and cons, and list them in my review.
If I think this pack is missing anything, or has pockets in weird places, I will include it in my detailed review.

Thanks!

WS
 

Shane Young

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Hi. I’m Shane.

I just finished doing a product test for the high back chair.

I’d love to have a chance to test this product in an outdoor situation like camping or hiking. I think I can find some great uses for it and will give my honest opinion of it.

Sincerely,
Shane.
 

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Hi. I’m Shane.

I just finished doing a product test for the high back chair.

I’d love to have a chance to test this product in an outdoor situation like camping or hiking. I think I can find some great uses for it and will give my honest opinion of it.

Sincerely,
Shane.
This is more for war game players. not sure if this works for outdoor.
 

Shane Young

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This is more for war game players. not sure if this works for outdoor.
I did see that it’s ideally targeting an air soft crowd. I used to play war games.

I see that drop bag and think it has a lot of potential for people who like to hike with tactical packs or anyone who wants to carry objects like a lensatic compass, topographic maps, led flashlights, EDC knives you don’t want in line of sight, ferro rod, para cord, lighter, sunglasses and anything small you may need or want quick access to. It might open another market.

That’s just a guess based only on what I saw. I can’t be certain it would have any other uses aside from war games unless I saw it in person and tried packing things in it.

If you can imagine any of the above that I have said, it might be a good idea to have it tested as both, one person for war games and another for outdoor use. Lots of tactical backpacks are used for hiking. Might be a whole open market to investigate.

Regards always,
Shane.
 

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I did see that it’s ideally targeting an air soft crowd. I used to play war games.

I see that drop bag and think it has a lot of potential for people who like to hike with tactical packs or anyone who wants to carry objects like a lensatic compass, topographic maps, led flashlights, EDC knives you don’t want in line of sight, ferro rod, para cord, lighter, sunglasses and anything small you may need or want quick access to. It might open another market.

That’s just a guess based only on what I saw. I can’t be certain it would have any other uses aside from war games unless I saw it in person and tried packing things in it.

If you can imagine any of the above that I have said, it might be a good idea to have it tested as both, one person for war games and another for outdoor use. Lots of tactical backpacks are used for hiking. Might be a whole open market to investigate.

Regards always,
Shane.
Yes, it will be better if it can target more different users. This drop pouch is designed mainly for war game but the designer hope it can be used in daily life when people don't play airsoft, so it can be transformed into a waist pack. Here we want to know if it's necessary to do so.
 
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Yes, it will be better if it can target more different users. This drop pouch is designed mainly for war game but the designer hope it can be used in daily life when people don't play airsoft, so it can be transformed into a waist pack. Here we want to know if it's necessary to do so.
Great. Ok. I’m here if you need anything.
Thank again.
Shane.
 
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  1. Is it necessary for war game players to have a drop pouch during the game? why?
I would say that question can go both ways. In a real war, absolutely, quick access to basic first aid, food stuffs, combo of almost anything.

2. What stuff will you carry in this kind of pouch?

I particularly wouldn't use it for WarGames / Airsoft. I could use it for hiking or hunting, it could be used to fit an MRE/ freeze dried food, or flashlights, water disinfecting tablets, basic first aid items, knives, extra ammo, walkie talkie, fire starters, gloves etc.

3. This pouch can be transformed into the waist pack for everyday carry. What do you think about this design?

Love this idea, I would also like to see molly straps on it as well to add to webbing on packs. I have been looking for an EDC pouch for awhile. I would be happy to test it. I am always looking for something that I can bring out, throw in the car etc. that isn't a full sized backpack. Having 2 kids, I am absolutely positive I can find a use for this.

4. What size do you prefer for this kind of pouch?

Not too sure, but a little on the larger size. If you want it for EDC, like a fanny pack I guess?

5. Will you use them to carry chemical light sticks?

I don't use chemlights when hiking as I am usually at camp in the dark, but I have used chemlights to light up a camp area / mark a latrine that was away from the camp area at night.