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B_Manz Friday, January 4th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Viewloader Force w/o eyes (didn't like it)
Gravity Fed hopper
Marker Setup: Spyder MR2
J&J 16" Ceramic
ViewLoader VForce 9V
20 oz. CO2
Strengths: Good Speed (17 BPS), Looks cool, Holds 195 Paintballs
Weaknesses: Battery door feels cheap and may flip open during vigorous play.
Review: Alright, first off, this hopper looks pretty cool, it's fast, and comes in black, clear, and smoke. The eVLution 3 has now taken this one's place, but this is still pretty good, the 3 is just faster at 23 BPS, and the battery door is a little better. I bought this for about $40 at Dick's, but it may be cheaper online. You can also upgrade this w/ the Z-Board, which makes it pretty much like the 3, at 23 BPS, and is around $24 . Also, almost any parts available for the 3 are available for the 2, as they are basically the same.

UPDATE 5/18/09:
After using this hopper on my Ion XE, i was amazed at how well it could keep up with it even on ramping mode. I highly recommend this hopper if you have guns capped below 20 BPS. If you have an upgraded board, i would go for the eVlution 3.
Conclusion: I LOVE this hopper! it can keep up with my MR2 (and now my Ion), and most any gun, but if you really want speed, i would go with the eVLution 3 instead. I would recommend this hopper to anyone if you can find it. The eVLution3 has taken it's place at $60, so maybe that would be better. Great hopper though.
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, May 18th, 2009 at 1:57 pm PST

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