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superpaintball Tuesday, December 15th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 17 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
MAGNA, REVOLUTION, HALO B
Marker Setup: SL 94,
PE TANK
ROTOR LIQUID GRAY
Strengths: eXTERIOR DESIGN
QUALITY OF MATERIALS
Weaknesses: iNTERIOR DESIGN
MANUFACTURE
Review: i DID WANT TO CHANGE MY MAGNA LOADER. THE ROTOR DESIGN IS VERY NICE SO I PICK UP ONE FROM ACTION VILLAGE.

MY FIRST IMPRESSION WAS SO GOOD. THE EXTERIOR DESIGN IS AMAZING AND FITS VERY GOOD ON THE GUN.

FIRST 20 SHOTS GOOD, AFTER THAT, THE LOADER DOES NOT DROP A SINGLE BALL. I TRIED TO UNBLOCK , THE TRIGGER DOES NOT WORK NIETHER UP AND DOWN.
IN THAT MOMENT I WAS IN THE X. MANY BALLS COME TO ME. I HIT IT SEVERAL TIMES WITH MY FIST AND FINALLY IT RUN FOR A COUPLE BALL AND AGAIN JAM.

AFTER THE GAME I SHARED THE BAD EXPERIENCE WITH OTHER ROTOR OWNERS. WE REALIZED THE PIECE WITH THE ENGINE WAS OUT OF PLACE IN ONE SIDE.
WE TRIED TO PUT IN THE RIGHT PLACE MANY TIMES. FINALLY IT FITS BUT LATER IN OTHER GAME A FRIEND OF MINE GOT THE SAME PROBLEM.

IT IS A BAD INTERIOR DESIGN. WHEN I PUT THE SHIELDS TOGHETER I CAN SEE A BIG LIGHT BETWEEN THEN. IT IS A PRODUCT OF BAD MANUFACTURE . IT IS MADE IN CHINA. SORRY ABOUT THAT.


Conclusion: i REALLY DO NOT RECOMEND THIS PRODUCT IN ANY WAY. IT LOOKS VERY NICE
THE QUALITY OF THE SHIELDS IS HIGH. THE BOX IS EXCELENT. BUT ITS PERFORMANCE DOES NOT MATCH WITH THE REALLY OF THE GAME.
Rating:
4 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Vertigo_07 Sunday, January 3rd, 2010 | 11:52 pm PST
Beating your loader typically isn't a good fix. I'd be willing to bet that's what shoved that piece out of alignment. It sounds like you had a bad jam, nothing more, or a bad batch of paint. I've had a rotor since they came out and I've never had a problem with it.

Otherwise, you might not want to write in all caps. Makes the review very hard to read.

   

Viettmai Thursday, January 21st, 2010 | 6:15 pm PST
Yeah i agree, i had a really bad jam and i had to remove the top half to unjam it, i'm sorry if you actually took care of your stuff you wouldn't of HIT it, that might of cause the piece to come out of it's place and jam even worst CAUSE there are no EYES!, it's a clutch hopper much like a manual transmission car, you grind your gears you might mess up your gear box. Simple fix was to loss all your paint in your hopper to see what was going on inside the marker and not hitting it. Just a case of bad judgement. is it really that bad to reload?
   

superpaintball Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 | 4:10 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by Vertigo_07
Beating your loader typically isn't a good fix. I'd be willing to bet that's what shoved that piece out of alignment. It sounds like you had a bad jam, nothing more, or a bad batch of paint. I've had a rotor since they came out and I've never had a problem with it.

Otherwise, you might not want to write in all caps. Makes the review very hard to read.

Thanks for your comment. Sorry for the caps, it was the only way to post the review.
I did not use the Rotor after that, but I agree with you, hit the loader is not a good idea to unjamed.
I will use the Rotor with the best paint I can use, and maybe thing run better.
Thanks
   

superpaintball Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 | 4:24 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by Viettmai
Yeah i agree, i had a really bad jam and i had to remove the top half to unjam it, i'm sorry if you actually took care of your stuff you wouldn't of HIT it, that might of cause the piece to come out of it's place and jam even worst CAUSE there are no EYES!, it's a clutch hopper much like a manual transmission car, you grind your gears you might mess up your gear box. Simple fix was to loss all your paint in your hopper to see what was going on inside the marker and not hitting it. Just a case of bad judgement. is it really that bad to reload?

Viettmai, thanks for your comments.
I think paintball is confidence. The loader as I wrote is very well designed and look great on the gun. But when you lose a game in part for you equipment, a very expensive equipment you must to tell to everyone.
I think the paintball industry overpriced everything and then I expect things perfect.
With zero error. For me, the Rotor has a problem with its internal design.
Thanks again for your comments
   

Viettmai Monday, March 1st, 2010 | 5:16 pm PST
oh i agree with you 100% paintball is over priced and everything should be perfect for the price that we're paying. I can understand that if your gear gets messed up in game and you lose it sucks but it does happen, i'm sure to all of us and tourney games are fast pace to where you don't have time to think to take it apart, and if they see that you dropped a lot of balls that could be game for you at that moment. sorry that you had a bad rotor, but if you ever get another one or keep your current one i'm sure you might be more happy then your halo or magna i know i am.
I went to Blanding this last weekend feb 20 the rotor did a great job for me even when i got hit in the hopper point blank no other balls broke inside it was still clean, so even with you hitting the hopper shouldn't of done any damage to it, must of just been a bad rotor.
   

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