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ballisticpball Tuesday, December 20th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
eVLution II- Not as good. The weight distribution is horrible. Faster feeding rates, and MUCH quieter.
Marker Setup: Red Smart Parts Ion
All American with 14" Freak Front
SP Bottom Line On/Off
Redz Marker Cover
Strengths: -Fast
-Weight Distribution
Weaknesses: -Expensive
Review: This is a great loader, and I would strongly reccomend it over an eVLution. It is much faster, and much quieter. I used to like the looks of an Egg, but know I've grown to hate them in comparision to a Halo. Simply put, a Halo is the best out there. I would suggest getting a Halo w/ Rip drive. If your Halo jams, or runs out of batteries, you'll need rip, or else balls won't feed into your marker. The Halo is super easy to operate too. Press the button, it turns on. Press and hold, and it turns off. The switch on an Egg can accidently be bumped off, while this definatly will not happen on a Halo. There are also not weak point on a Halo like on an Egg. Battery doors are securly held in place with a small philips screw. The Halo isn't too hard to service. It's relatively quick once you do it a couple of times. And that's about all I have to say.
Conclusion: Great product. I love the design, and it works flawlessly. Get it w/ rip though.
10 out of 10

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