The results were all very close as you can see. Only problem is that I was using old batteries. I'm pretty sure if I was using brand new batteries the average bps would be somewhere around 18.
The adjustable speed is really nice because no matter what gun you have or how fast you shoot it you can always adjust the speed that you prefer (the slower the speed the less batteries are wasted)
Another improvement that I notice is that the hopper kind of blends in with my 98 custom. It doesn't just stick out on top and look like it doesn't belong there, it has a sleek shape and is harder to notice from far away compared to other hoppers.
One of my most favorite features on the eVLution II is the infrared sensor. In the top part of the neck it has a little sensor that reads how you are doing on paint and reacts to it. When you have plenty of balls then it won't feed or will feed but little by little. When you are shooting quickly and running out of paint it starts feeding constantly. To me its really nice cause first of all it doesn't waste as many batteries and it doesn't make that sound all the time that can attract attention of other players.
I would have to say that this is definitely one of the best hoppers out there. I recommend the eVLution II to anyone with any kind of gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 1st, 2004 at 3:33 pm PST
You say that one of the weaknesses was that you dropped it from five feet onto concrete. Then you put it as a weakness that it scratched but only a little. Why would that be a weakness? I agree with remingtn457 as well. Otherwise helpful review.
Damn people lay off him, he chose to use this loader on his marker. Its not money out of your pocket, what the hell is with all the damn flameing on this site. You'r the type of people that bring a great site like this down.