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Msabercr Tuesday, April 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
extreme rage fasta
Marker Setup: Angel Speed 04, Evolve Kit, Sly 14" barrel kit with .689 barrel back, CCM Clamping lowrise feedneck, sidewinder regulator, tadao musashi 7 board, 05 tpr grip cheaks, system x push button on off, system x centerflag tank with nxe cover, redz neoprene barrel condom, anti chop bolt, halo with victory board
Strengths: Light
big mouth
has two sets of eyes
Weaknesses: Loud
no ripdrive
and tall
Review: First i have to say that this is the only hopper i have used that has actually gotten bounces off the nose.
the loader is always making some sort of noise if i didn't have so many friends that use this a hopper around me i would have thought it was broken. it holds more paint than the halo but most of the time that doesn't matter. who has 200 round pods anyways?
also, its about a 1/5 lighter than the halo. runs just as fast out of the box as the upgraded ones do. and they never jam.
the reason i will never own one though is because it has no rip drive like feature to physically move the paddles. WHEN the batteries die. now i hear everyone out there screaming that i should be changing my battery after every day of play but i have a halo that will last me 2 months minimum on one set of AA e2's, and having to pay $8 every weekend when i can pay $12 for an 8 pack of e2's every 2 months, doesn't appeal to me.
Conclusion: Good hopper for the tourney player that can afford to dump extra money into batteries.
lightest hopper on the market. get a rip drive and it will be the best on the market.
8 out of 10

Review Comments
Six Feet Under Wednesday, May 9th, 2007 | 2:41 pm PST
There is not a rip drive (and never will be one) for the Vlocity. The design of the loader makes it impossible to have one.

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