Halo TSA(didn't like the design)
Halo B/Rip Drive V35(amazing speed, great loader)
Reloader B(great loader)
Revvy(haha, no complarison)
Empire Reloader B2
Easy to take apart
Ball capacity isn't amazing, but with my Evil Ultra pak it's no concern
This loader is simply amazing. I was originally going to get a Halo B with a Victory or Angry board after using a friends V35 at my home field, but after using the owner's Reloader B, I changed my mind. After deciding that with the issue that the Halo has with the eyes and dark paint, seeing as how I use a variety of paint depending on how much I want to spend, I didn't want a loader that is "biased" so to speak. When I used both of the loaders I chopped, but that was my stupid fault for not turning on the eyes. My gun has 3 eye settings, the "On" setting works for the Halo, but the "Auto" setting works better for the Reloader B. After running through a hopper at the chrono shooting as fast as I could, both of them worked great. The Halo worked wonders with my usual paint as did the Reloader B. After searching ebay, I found a new Reloader B2 for $130. That was the push I needed to grab the B2. So I get it this morning and after looking at the manual and figuring out exactly how to work the settings, I started changing them up and syncing it with my gun. I had an issue with the loader not wanting to work properly because I was running low on air in my 68/3000, so my gun wasn't as loud as usual. After cranking up the mic to 6, that made the difference. With the little air I had left I sprayed the empty land behind we with a solid rope of paint that lasted only about 3 seconds, no air really sucks when you are this excited. I am heading to the field on Sunday to do my real review, and I will update this afterwards.
EDIT: Ok I just got back form the field and this thing is simply amazing. Speed, consistancy, and did I mention speed?
Get it, you won't regret that move. However like everyone else says, if you have a Reloader B, I personally don't see a need to upgrade. However if you are in the market for a new loader, you would be an idiot to not at least give this a chance.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, September 25th, 2007 at 12:28 pm PST