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TinyCuts Friday, November 26th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Evolution 3 - noisy, battery door sucked
Halo B - decent but fragile
Marker Setup: Green/Black Danger Power G3 Special Edition
APE Rampage OLED board
Rampage grips
DP Pressure Monitoring Device
Dye Rotor
Pure Energy 68/4500
Strengths: - Flawless loading
- Never jams
- Insanely good battery life
- Durable
- Quick, tool-less disassembly
Weaknesses: - Heavy
- Overpriced
Review: Simply put, there is no better loader out there on the market. The speed at which the Rotor can put out balls is insane. I have personally tested the feed rate on my Rotor and, after a few thousand balls, measured 45 balls per second. The plastic on the Rotor is seriously heavy duty and you can play with confidence knowing that you don't have to be careful of hitting your loader. Hats off to the Dye engineer who designed the disassembly process. I can easily take apart the entire loader in a matter or seconds. This makes it easy to clean should you ever accidently pour a pod with a broken ball in. I managed to buy my Rotor on sale new for less then $100 and I definitely got my money's worth. I see they now charge $160 for it. After owning mine for over a year, I would probably pay that much if I didn't own one.
Conclusion: The last loader you'll ever need to buy.
10 out of 10

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