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daddyfreak2 Tuesday, May 19th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Halo, Reloader, Magna, Velocity, Rotor
Marker Setup: G3, Freak set up, Virtue board
Strengths: No tools needed to take it apart, very light, and fast
Weaknesses: See Review
Review: Well I've allways been an Halo, Empire fan, and this is no exception. But i will however give my opinon on certain aspects of it and you decide if it's for you! The price is a little steep but compares to Rotor in price. A nice feature is it has a magneteic lid and a big opening ( like the Velocity) you can play around with the amount magnets to fine tune it to your liking , I do normaly use speed feeds and have one on order, but have no problem useing it the way it is. If your into looks and like the Halo look than this is right up your alley. I did notice the weight right away, it's extremely light, might be the lightest made? The shell seemed kinda thin to me but they claim to have did many drop tests, time will tell. They have redesigned the the drive cone to help with popcorning and I did notice it helped a bit at high rates of fire, so im impressed. The biggest thing for me was the switch you know when it's on, you don't have to look to see the light any more. The no tool tear down will be great when i need it, but i can say the tray removal to get to the battery will take some getting use to. The speed is great as usual, it will handle any high rate of fire. My only gripe just like Magna is the extremely low profile it's hard to use the rip drive, it's sits very close to the dody and it's hard to get my hands in there to spin it, definatly takes some getting use to but it's there if needed! I've used it about three days of practice and havn't needed to change the batteries yet. I've not had any problems so far, I'm not into using the RF so i can't give any info on that. I've got no regrets on buying this loader, my teammate has a rotor and has no complaints about it, I just don't trust the motor pressure on the balls, just my opinion thats all! Some people have complained about the feed neck being big, it fit my feed neck on my G3, and the Trinity feed neck on back up gun(Ion) so I can't complain it!
Conclusion: I recomend it, go buy one you won't be dissapointed! Try other hoppers if you can this might not be the one for you, but if your using a Halo or Reloader and are considering a new loader this is a big improvement!
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, May 19th, 2009 at 5:22 pm PST

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