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CaseyMagoo Sunday, June 14th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Halo B
Marker Setup: Dye DM6
Angel A4
Smart Parts Ion
Pure Energy air
Strengths: Made of durable, shock-absorbing material; easy to break down and clean
Weaknesses: Windows useless, anti-jamming mechanism locks repeatedly, small loading mouth
Review: I was very eager to purchase this loader, based on the reviews and the fact that "DYE" is well-known for it's quality product. At the same time, I was apprehensive since this was DYE's first version and would undoubtedly have some issues. At a cost of $149, I expected that DYE went all-out on this loader so I took a chance.

Well, I was very impressed with I first removed it from the box. It felt solid and the material used could obviously withstand a lot of abuse. It was easy to disassemble and required no tools whatsoever, allowing any player to break it down mid-game if necessary.

The mouth of the loader is smaller than others and a fast reload on the field will definitely result in the loss of a high number of balls. Acceptable, but not desired since the loader (as-is) only accepts up to 200 balls.

Useless, unless you hold the loader up toward the sun and project light through the windows.

Amazingly fast! A pure stream of balls unload with this loader.

Even with some high-quality paint, the loader jammed my DM6 several times. The loader exerts a lot of pressure on the balls in the neck and this might have played a factor. When I tried to use the anti-jam slide mechanism, it failed miserably numerous times. I found that I had to power down the unit, shake the loader and/or turn it over to move the ant-jam slide switch.

Popcorn tendancies:
This loader uses a spring-loaded floor plate that keeps popcorning to a minimum. No complaints, they did a good job at limiting this problem.

Conclusion: Overall, not a bad loader, but I quickly returned it to the store for a refund. By looking at the display case, it appeared as though I was not the only one that decided to get my money back!!!
8 out of 10

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