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Ieo Wednesday, November 7th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Gangstar, Viewloader select force chip
Marker Setup: PM7
SAM Bolt
UL frame
Tadao M7

Strengths: Awesome programmability, sips from batteries, great with reballs
Weaknesses: Doesn't cater to the ignorant as much as Virtue. Not really a flaw.
Review: I could bore you with a long review, but I will stick to the essence.


- Best eye logic of any product in this category I've seen. It is reactive as well as proactive, unlike other which just force paint at a preset speed. Nox adjusts speed depending on the activity of the balls to help ensure consistency.

- Better battery life than my gangstar or Viewloader chip by what I estimate to be 25% over gangstar and 75% over Viewloader.

- Awesome with reballs. If you've seen my video review on PBN, you'll know what I'm talking about.


Use the higher settings for reballs. Cone speed should be no higher than 6 when using actual paint, or else it will spin so fast you'll popcorn.

Rechargeable batteries are a must for any vlocity
Conclusion: Definitely the best Vlocity chip I've used so far. At the same price as gangstar, there really is only one choice in my opinion.
10 out of 10

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