Three Major New Products from Tippmann
Posted 28 February 2012 - 02:09 PM
Tippmann is pleased to announce three major new product introductions, which include two technologically-advanced markers and a new goggle line, all offering patented or patent-pending features not currently available on the market today.
On the marker side, we have the new Crossover marker with FlexValve technology. The Crossover is designed for the hybrid player lookingfor a lightweight, high-performance electro-pneumatic marker that can handle the rigors of woodsball but can also Crossover to any style of play. And because it utilizes the FlexValve technology, it offers players the patentedability to switch from electronic to mechanical mode with the flip of a switch.
The second new marker we are introducing is the FT-12 Flip-Top Rental. Tippmann has dominated the rental market for years, and now were volutionized it with a new patent-pending design. The FT-12 has the durability and reliability fields have come to expect from Tippmann, and takes maintenance to a whole new level by reducing maintenance time by as much as 75%. (It can be disassembled without tools in less than 60 seconds).
On the accessory side, we have a new goggle line which includes several configurations and a rental version, all which feature apatent-pending quick-release lens system and high-performance Toroidal lens. These goggles provide a line that focuses on improved visibility, comfort and coverage, and includes numerous new features that provide incredible, affordable performance.
Some of these projects have been in the works for years, but we are pleased to launch them all together at the PaintballExtravaganza. We have more news coming, but to check out these latest newproducts, go to www.tippmann.com.
Posted 28 February 2012 - 03:30 PM
in all honestly, it looks like a great marker, vast improvement over the Gryphon.
Shooting paint in -20 degree weather and not breaking paint
Edited by US_Army_Guy, 28 February 2012 - 03:32 PM.
Posted 05 March 2012 - 02:28 PM
now tippmann fanboys will be ripping up speedball fields because we all know tippmanns are the most accurate
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