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chl2onic Wednesday, January 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
cyclone feed, stock 200 rd. hoppers
Marker Setup: 98 Custom wicked bolt, flatline, trinity springs, sliding stock, and a 9v. evil rage cyclone hopper....

a-5, double trigger, whisper barrel, trinity drive springs, GtA ex chamber, laser.
Strengths: Cheap, feeds faster then a stock hopper.
Weaknesses: Noisy, always spinning. chows down on 9 volts.
Review: First off I have the version 2.0........ the only reason I bought this hopper was because it was on clearance and it was like 15 bucks. I play woods ball so the worst part about the hopper is you have to turn it off when ur are trying to hear people move around, and it jams up unless its running. I read that the belt slips..... On mine I put my finger on the wheel and it didnt slip at all.... I also have to say that is you have it on the fastest speed and your low on balls they'll bounce around, and not feed.
Conclusion: I'd buy it if you just want a cheap hopper thats not gravity fed, I'd buy this..... I mean all in all its a good product for the price...... I give it a 5 because of the battery comsumption and noise..
5 out of 10

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