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waxball88 Tuesday, February 12th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Vlocity (In the same range)
Halo (See my halo review)
Marker Setup: Hater Cheater DM5
Ton Ton shocker
06 infamous timmy
Any gun i am needed to shoot
Strengths: LIGHT!!!!
Battery Life is amazing
Anti Jam
Easy to take apart
Weaknesses: Mouth is a bit small
Lid needs breaking in
Review: Well i went in three ways with some teamates to buy torques, we got them all BNIB from a guy for 74 bucks a piece so we couldn't resist.
I got the torque expecting great things and i wasn't disappointed. I popped 2 old 9 volts in and the thing ran! I did a few drop tests with reballs. Now here is a little back story. My vlocity fammed to hell with reballs and the so called "Anti-Jam" on the vlocity wasn't exactly very good. Instead on the torque i was able to hold the button down and the cone FULLY reversed, clearing any and all jams. When you turn the hopper on, like i did with 2 brand new batterys you will ask yourself WTF? because the thing doesn't make much noise so you dont think it is spinning that fast, in truth it rips. Here i will drop test right now i pulled it out of my gearbag after a case + wear has been put on it. 140 (premium) 4 seconds. NO pop corning at all. Thats 35 BPS. The loader holds 160 and fits a pod in. The mouth how ever is a little smaller than a pod but i still lose the same amount of paint while reloading. Another thing i loved about this loader is how low it sits stock in the feedneck, no sanding needed. All you have to do to dis assemble is push a PIN on the inside down and pull the halves apart. No screws no trouble.. This loader has no eyes to break, it has a simple board, actual battery harnesses.

The push buttons are wonderful and easy to use, the light stays on unlike a halo. No lid spring to lose.
Conclusion: Light
Easy to take apart
Anti jam
10 out of 10

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