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Geeza Sunday, December 31st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
E1
Marker Setup: Eclipse E Blade 'Cocker (Blue fade to Black)
Zero B Board
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Evil Scion Air
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Halo B with Delrin Cone & Rip Drive
Strengths: Lcd display
TT Filters
Finer adjustments for all settings
New firing modes
Weaknesses: Eclipse no longer to manufacture them.
Review: Compared to the original E1 board, the Zero-B offers you all the electronic functions of an E2 minus the updated frame. The lcd is now so much easier to read in daylight with a better variety of display options and the battery life has been vastly improved.
To be honest, i"ve found the board to be no quicker than some people have stated, but much easier to tune my marker due to the finer adjustments available. Where it starts to really notice is the new TT filter, which can be set to produce no bounce however low the tpul and trel are (1-1), settings the E1 was never able to acheive without bouncing like a jackhammer on speed! From my experience, its also allowed me to set the trigger return much lighter with a really short pull, making it much easier to walk
The new firing modes are nice too, i've got the newest software v1.2 which has 4 ramp modes, 2 semi and classic so is legal in tourneys. IMO it would have been better if each of these modes had been labbled psp, millenium etc, especially as eclipse doesn't have anything in the manual to tell you whats what.
Conclusion: Great board, gives you all the electronic upgrades found in the E2 and a vast improvement over stock. Just a real shame Eclipse has stopped making 'cocker frames and parts, although i've heard their Ego's aint too bad..............
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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