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The Dark Knight Wednesday, December 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Regular alkaline Duracells, Energizers, and Procells. They are great batteries of course, but costly if you play often.
Marker Setup: Primary: DM6 with Critical trigger
Back-up: Stock bodied Shocker with Ton Ton frame, Freak barrel, Q-lock feedneck, HE bolt, Hybrid bolt guide, FBM trigger, and Virtue board.
Loaders: Vlocity and Reloader B with delrin cone, New Designz anti-jam spring, pearl blue shell, and Bone rechargeable battery pack.
HP 68/4500 PMI tank
Strengths: On a full charge, I get about 8-10 cases without worrying about drop off.
Weaknesses: None that I have noticed.
Review: I purchased my Bone pack after reading numerous reviews and watching a non-biased video by someone not affiliated with the manufacturer. Darth Alan's video on PBNation show a consistent feeding rate, without drop off or spikes, and I was thoroughly impressed with the video. Upon purchase, I charged my pack and dropped it in my Reloader B, and it was ripping. The pack didn't drop off after the 1st case of paint, and it was as strong by the end of the day as it was in the morning. I think my eyes deceived me because I think it was actually feeding faster towards the end of the day.

On a full charge I have gone about 8-10 cases of paint without drop-off. I could push a couple more cases out of it, but I don't want to risk having my loader go down in the middle of a game. I normally charge my pack after ever 2 times out or so, and since the battery pack charges 1000+ times without memory, I can charge it as many times as I want.
Conclusion: If you play tournaments, or you play rec-ball enough times a month, then I suggest you get this great rechargeable battery pack. You will get your money back within the first 9 charges or so. It's also considerably lighter than 6 AA batteries, without the drawback of drop-off in voltage. Definitely a must buy.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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