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AntiHero47 Friday, January 21st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
2 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Marker Setup: Black Spyder Electra - 32* Carbon Fiber Barrel - Chrome Palmers Stabalizer Regulator - Black Phat Steel Elbow - Chrome Tuctite Drop - Removed Venturi Bolt - Removed Sight Rail - Madman Spring Kit - Trigger Pull Mod - 12v Revvy xboard - Black Revvy Neoprene Cover - Black 32* Barrel Condom
Strengths: Long Battery Life, Overnight Charging (12 hours)
Weaknesses: When u forget the night before, or lose it.
Review: Well i use one of these on my Spyder Electra.... it works awsome and it last for a very long time, i love it because i know when i have to recharge my battery since i have a low battery indicator on my electra frame. So i recharge it usually the day before im gonna go. I recently lost my first one, and went to the local shop and bought another one, cost me like $22. The price sucked, but thats what i get for losing the other one. When u charge it... it takes about 12 hours if that to get a full charge. When i bought it the guy said to charge it for about 12 hours the first time...
Conclusion: I will give it a nine for the price, other then that everything is fine
9 out of 10

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