Kingman Spyder MR 2 with a Tippmann Triumph SSL-200 electric loader and a standard 20 ounce CO2 canister.
-Ascetically pleasing on mil-sim markers.
-Good 12-15 bps rate of fire.
-Hard to clean.
I was looking for a solid electronic hopper for my MR2 earlier this week because my non-electric hopper was simply not doing the job. I looked into the Halo B, but this was more expensive and was capable of a much higher bps rate than I required.
I came across the Triumph and was immediately struck by its looks. I know that what is visually appealing on a gun or hopper varies greatly from person to person, but I felt that this was a great looking hopper. It is long and has a small front profile and offers easy access to the battery in the back. The Triumph looks excellent on my MR2. Its black finish is perfect for woodsball players like me.
Functionally the hopper performs in a satisfactory manner. It is an agitation hopper. Thankfully it only agitates the balls when it senses that the ball feed is empty. This means that it will make no noise except when being fired or when it is first turned on. Its back mounted LED light lets you know when it is moving the motor and when it is not.
My only real issue with this hopper is that the shape makes it difficult to clean. Other than that, its is nearly perfect for a mid-range electronic hopper.
I would recommend this product to woodsballers and those who play at church outings and the like. The black finish is excellent for forest play and the battery life is exceptional. Overall this is a very good hopper.