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Spinal Friday, November 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 7 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Egg 2 w/ z-board
Empire Reloader B
Marker Setup: Fully upped Spyder Pilot, DXS Pulse, JT 50/3000, Empire 7pc kit
Strengths: -Fast
-VERY easy to clean
Weaknesses: -Price loader
-Price of RF chip
-No manual
Review: I just got this loader in, one of the first 10 in Canada. This thing is so fast its unbelievable. Aside from the $185 price tag that i paid it was well worth it.

I watched the videos on you tube and if I didn't, I would have no idea how to take it apart. This is why it should come with a manual. But its fairly easy to figure out. Take out the bottom piece was a very ingenious idea, this makes cleaning so much easier its remarkable. You pull out the motor assembly and go at it, that's it!

Also the reverse button was a nice touch, no more ball jams. The mechanism of how it works is interesting as well. No eyes or sound, but by an actual "pulse" and works on resistance. The 2 modes are good to have since not a lot of people have that RF chip, or at least not yet.

The strength of the shell is quite remarkable as well. As soon as I got it, I stood on it, no cracking or breaking of any sort. The construction was very well done and this loader is truly the best out there. I also like how they shaved the feedneck down so it sits low, I'm sure it wouldn't be easy cutting through that material with a handsaw.

It is fairly lightweight compared to an Empire or Halo but is a little heavier than a Vlocity. But that's not to bad. Also I like the idea of how there is going to be a dual 9 volt pack coming out soon, that should cut down on the weight a little bit more. When I turned it on and went to non-RF mode, I noticed it pulse just like the guy in the video said.

Only downside really would be $35 for that chip, I understand its blue tooth, maybe that's why but I am quite sure it could go for less, even 25 or 30.
Conclusion: From the polycarbonate material, to the already cut down feedneck, to the easy of taking it apart, reverse button and all the other things I did not mention this loader comes out on top. Despite the price tag, to make a Halo or Empire have the same features this is cheaper. If you buy them new of course. I would recommend this loader to anyone who wants the best and only the best.

It is very true a Halo with a V35 board, speed wheel, suicide shells will perform the same or close to it. And if you buy it used it will be considerably cheaper. So i guess it all comes down to how bad you really want it.

But for me, I wanted the best, so I got it.
9 out of 10Last edited on Friday, November 24th, 2006 at 3:36 pm PST

Review Comments
russ101 Friday, November 24th, 2006 | 10:25 pm PST
holy hell you payed 185 for yours? where did u buy urs, i got mine for 140 after tax

and actually a halo w/ v35, speed wheel and hybrid shell would be more than retail (160)
Halo B 110
Speed Wheel 15
Hybrid shell 40
V35 board 35

200 right there
Last edited on Saturday, November 25th, 2006 at 9:26 am PST

Spinal Tuesday, November 28th, 2006 | 11:01 am PST
i live in canada.

Fire_Wall Tuesday, December 12th, 2006 | 10:11 pm PST
i got mine for 140 and it came with a manual

only1realme Thursday, December 21st, 2006 | 2:17 pm PST
Plus hybrid shells break EASY!

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