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justavillain Sunday, January 20th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Halos
Reloader Bs
VLocity Sr
Marker Setup: PM8
J&J Edge Kit
Virtue UL board
CP On/off
CP Sling Blade Trigger
Villain Stage 3 Reloader B2
Strengths: Uses 9v batteries.
Weaknesses: Stock Chip
Impeller Asm
Screws
Board
Eyes
Review: Pros - Runs off 9v batteries so you only have to have 1 pack of batteries in your bag.

Cons -
Stock chip - not adjustable, horrible battery life, not adjustable so you pretty much have to get a new chip and spend another 45-50 dollars on another chip.

Impeller asm - wobbles and the clock spring for the XSV ones brake like no other. Horrible system. Works ok but the system the halo/reloaders use is MUCH better

Screw - still using the crappy screw system as always it tares the shells up they need to switch to something new.
Board - you need to either brake or change the height of the 12v resistor otherwise it'll brake

Eyes - easy to bend out of place and pretty much needs to take the front eye covers off.
Conclusion: If you want one cool, but you'll want an aftermarket chip. I'd MUCH rather have a Halo or better yet a Reloader B on my marker.

6-10 since it's still a faster loader that is force feed.
Rating:
6 out of 10
 

Review Comments
McEd Thursday, February 14th, 2008 | 3:38 pm PST
I do not think that there is any xsv vlocity jr? also at expensive places i have seen the vlocity jr. upgrade chip for like $30
   

Sam68 Tuesday, March 4th, 2008 | 5:05 pm PST
Your wrong, an XSV is a XSV, they do have a problem which has now (on new ones) been fixed, this review is for a Velocity Jr. not an XSV. As far as price goes you can get the JR with a Virtue chip for $110, and I have never seen any Velocity chip for over $35.00, get your facts strait your review is wrong on almost everything.
   

eamo94 Tuesday, October 7th, 2008 | 6:08 pm PST
there is not nearly as much wrong with this loader as you say there is, there is a lot less weaknesses nd a lot more strnghts, dont write a review that isnt correct, and also this is a review for the vlocity jr. not the fuc kin XSV, if you want to comment on that there is a page on that loader as well
   

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