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SouthTXpball Monday, March 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
swing triggers?
Marker Setup: WGP 2004 cocker
E2
DART bolt
Nexus Ram w/QEV's
Empire Reloader
Strengths: Fast
Weaknesses: Expensive
Confusing
Installation
Review: my freestyle fund was a bust so i went e2 for my 04......and this thing rips something crazy!!! i bought it, had someone else install it, he filled me with some tips and played some backyard ball....and i went from shooting 8bps to 17bps in a matter of days (installation time). i must of read the manual 3 times over and i still don't know everything, but that's why they have factory settings for the e2 illiterate. this is THE upgrade to get for a mech cocker and you will go right up into high end electros. i can't find anything wrong with this product, (break beam eyes would be nice though), the trigger is very nice and easy to walk, and it just looks great (chrome :)). once i got the nexus ram and qev's it really lite up (now i just have to save for a halo)
Conclusion: again, THE upgrade for mech cockers
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Tuesday, March 15th, 2005 | 12:13 am PST
The E2 *is* break beam eye compatible, but Planet haven't released the eye kit yet.
   

PapasAndBeer Sunday, April 10th, 2005 | 8:30 pm PST
ummm ... therefore.. no eyes.. lol..
   

Uziel Gal Monday, April 11th, 2005 | 1:15 pm PST
Well, it still has the stock reflective sensor included in the price, so it isn't as if it is entirely without eyes, it's just somewhat lacking in depth perception..... Oh God, bi-ocular gags. Lame. OK, I'll stop that - I guess I've been watching too much Futurama.

I don't actually see the reflective eye as a big issue, as unlike most reflective sensors (for instance on the Smart Parts Impulse, Shocker and Nerve) the E-Blade sensor has adjustable sensitivity over a wide range and can cope with the majority of paint colors and shell textures on the market.

However, as stated above, for those who prefer the security that break beam eyes give, and the ease of never having to change the eye setting, Planet will be releasing break beam eyes as an upgrade, but there isn't a release date, as they are busy with the Ego right now. They are coming, we just need to be patient. :o)
   

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