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snake eyes 117 Monday, August 8th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
gravity hopper..... lol
Marker Setup: Spyder MR3
Sniper Scope
collapsible stock
HPA tank
Vlocity w/ Virtue Crown
Virtue Spyder Board
14" barrel
BT Bipod
Ego 11 White/Gold
VLocity w/ Virtue Crown
HPA Tank
Strengths: Durable
Weaknesses: Some batteries don't fit in the battery compartment
Review: I'd just like to start of saying that you can buy this off of for 40 bucks (smoke color) so ignore the $130.

Let me put it this way. This hopper works great with the BPS i usually need (18bps and under). I do not find that any higher BPS will matter (besides most tournament rules are set to around 15). This hopper is durable (I have dove into the snake before.) It's also very good on batteries. I used to use 9v rechargeable from Tenergy and it would last the whole day i play (10am-3pm usually), and at home it'd still run just fine and still work for a few days. it has never died on me.

Only problem i have is that i was going to use lithium from Rayovac, and they didnt fit unless i jammed them in there and i did not want to risk the wires being cut.

I recommend getting the Virtue Crown Speedfeed for this, I have the ultrasoft and it works great. If you want get the standard.
Conclusion: This is a great product. For the price (lowest 40) its the best. Good on rechargeable batteries (can't imagine alkaline or lithium).
10 out of 10

Review Comments
snake eyes 117 Monday, August 8th, 2011 | 9:05 pm PST
i will say however that i do tend to turn it off while i am not in the game as well as my marker. Conserves battery life like crazy. So perhaps i may be a little incorrect on battery usage but it still never died on me

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