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KPPCExplorer Tuesday, June 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Halo B, Empire B
Marker Setup: Kingman Raven Nexion, Viewloader Evolution II, Pure Energy N2
Strengths: Fast
Easy On/Off
Good Battery Life
Weaknesses: Ugly
Review: I got this hopper for $80 at a local arena store, which was a rip off because you can get it for $60 on the net.

Fast-It gets up to 17bps. However, I still get chops with my Kingman Raven Nexion. I sugest if you have a electric that can shoot at high bps, even if it shoots 17bps, get a z board. I'm going to be purchasing one soon.
Easy On/Off-It's a switch. Very easy, not a button you hold and wait for the light.
Durable-Everyone says their battery door and neck and lid break, but I haven't had any cracks or breaks or anything. It's all holdin up good for me.
Good Battery Life-I haven't had the low battery light go off yet after a couple thousand of balls have been loaded threw it.

Ugly-Yes, the only weakness. I think it looks terrible, thats why it's nickname is the egg. Looks don't effect how you play though, this hopper rocks.
Conclusion: I would say go out and get this hopper. I find it works awesome and with the z board, will match up to Halo B's and Empire B's for a LOT cheaper.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
seanrquinn Tuesday, June 20th, 2006 | 8:46 pm PST
It cannot match them (reloader B and halo B) because of the out of gate speed, they are still not full force feed, and that is what makes the biggest difference, the spring loaded chunk. That's it...

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