Holds alotta paint, doesn't look bad, the lid serves as a spout, constant feed.
Kind of on the large side.
Initially, I had started with the Quantum,(NEVER EVEN CONSIDER GETTING IT) because I didn't really plan on upgrading to the Rocker, and that thing sucked beyond belief. So I decided why get another hopper that I'll just be unhappy with, and nag at flaws, so I decided, what the hell, go top of the line. So I was between the Egg, and the Halo. The key reason I chose the Egg over the Halo was because it held more paint. I then found out that it was upgradable with a Z-board and had a crazy feed rate. So I placed my order, and a week later, had my egg. Now, this thing is rather large, but that's to accomodate lotsa paintballs. Approx. 180. Thankfully, this thing has a speed adjustment knob on the side of it... because when I first started shooting, it actually wouldn't feed because of how slow my spyder shot. So I turned it down, it fed like a charm. Worked beautifully, and I eventually upgraded it. (See my review for the Z-board) Another feature which I find unique, and rather helpful, is how the lid opens downwards, and is rounded. It serves as a pouring spout so you don't spill paintballs, for those who have trouble reloading, or just like the added luxory.
Great hopper, holds lots of paint, feeds reliably, adjustable, pouring spout, upgradable... There's very little else you could ask for out of a hopper. You will buy one. Get it. Got it? Good.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, June 24th, 2005 at 9:52 am PST