The newly re-engineered eVLution II electronic feeder loader won't starve your marker, no matter how fast you shoot. It feeds faster than any other loader on the market today. The eVLution II features: a feed rate of up to 17 balls per second, special designed feeding propeller with new JVON flexible blades, a stronger spring loaded curved door which opens down acting as a funnel for faster fills and less spills, high impact resistant shell and longer neck, easy cleaning design takes after the VL Revolutionï¿½s field proven construction, LED light low-battery indicator, IR sensor controlling on/off propeller actuation and battery saving circuitry.
The Viewloader eVLution II is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Spyder Imagine Digital LED
Viewloader eVLution II
CCM No-Rise clamping feedneck
Good on batteries.
When i got this hopper I loved it. the first thing I did was do speed tests which clocked in at about 16 BPS so I tryed to turn it up and the speed adjuster tore out so I had to take the thing apart and use a small allen wrench to turn it up.
I really like how it looks on my gun
I do not know why people complain about the plastic or the battery door neither give me problems.
The only thing is that the feedneck is a little thick
Very good and fast hopper
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 30th, 2005 at 8:45 pm PST
Spyder E-99 Avant, 14in PMI Razzor Barrel, Egg 2, and 12oz co2
Fast, Durbale, Stops Spills, and 18 bps
Weight and Size
Well, I got this today and had a test run with it. I didn't trust this with those spinners and that little ball hole where the balls go because I thought the balls were going to jam, but I was wrong. This thing rips pretty fast. I really like it and can't wait to try it out at tomorrows game. The olny one problem with it, is that it's big so it's kind of easier to get shot in that hopper. Still a good hopper.
Dye Matrix LCD
Evolve bolt kit
KAPP mini drop
Crossfire LP 68 4500
Easy to use
too small for my Matrix's feed neck
Does not tell u it is on
This is a very great product. It is very fast and can keep up with my Matrix fairly well. It has a nice load capacity, and is pretty light. However, tests that were done show that a fully loaded HALO and a fully loaded EVO wiegh EXACTLY the same. Go to matrixowner.com for more details. So if you want the extra bps, get a HALO.
This is a very reliable hopper and I have not had any problems with it. no broken lids, or broken necks, or broken boards, everything is working just dandy. I just wish that when it is on, there is a red light that shows me that it is on, but there isn't...
It has happened to me twice when I think that the hopper is on but it is not and I get a chop. Oh well, just need to be more careful. And the Lid is awsome. I don't know why people don't like it, but it has saved my ass. I was at a standup and a guy from the snake came to bunker me while I was reloading, swung my gun around and shot his ass before he knew what had happened. Did not loose a single ball while I swung my gun around because the lid smacked back into place because of the spring.
I am very happy with this product, get it if your gun is too fast for a revy. If you think that you really NEED a Halo, then get it, it would not hurt you.
SP Impulse w/blackheart
Eclipse magnetic blade trigger
sp twist lock feedneck
egg w/z board
Half the price of a halo
This is a great hopper that can go just as fast as any stock halo with the right adjustments. A stock eggy with fresh batteries can hit up to 19bps, while a halo can feed up to 23 bps. Eggys with a z-board can go 22-23 bps. My point is that an eggy is 60 bux while a halo is 120 bux, a z-board is 30 bux. Why spend 120 bux on a halo when u can spend 90 bux with an eggy with a z-board to go just as fast? Anyways this is a great hopper, that is pretty light and looks sweet. Also its kinda a pain to put in a new battery.
Red SP ION #1134, SP Q-Lock feedneck, CP trigger, SP protouch grips, CP reg, Eclipse QEV's, Check-It Unimount, and Evil Driver barrel.
-17 bps w/z-board
-Shell breaks easy
-Cheap battery door
-Lid rolls back
All in all this is a great hopper for anyone who wants their gun to rip. It feeds almost as fast as a HALO and it is a lot cheaper than one. With an simple $20 upgrade you can Z-board it. The Egg has a low profile, so when your hiding behind a bunker, people can't see you as easy as some hoppers. It's balanced on the gun, so it doesn't sway around or anything.
Smart parts vision impulse.
All ndz internals-hammer, bolt, trigger, etc
Evolution 2 hopper with z board
12 inch all american barrel with a freak front.
dye sticky grips
pure energy 45 4500 nitro tank
aci bull dog 3 45 4500 nitro tank
Very quick . z board makes it capable of 23bps. light good price
Batter door breaks often. A little bulky.
I like this hopper very much. it keeps up with my gun with no problem. it is one of the best hoppers on the market. there arnt many downsides to this hopper besize the size and the battery door. the wieght of this hooper is lighter then the halo b. there are ajustable speeds on this hopper which is a plus for the slower or faster guns. there are differnt boards avaible for the really fast guns. this is a good looking hopper. one thing that i didnt like about this hopper was the spring loaded lid but thats was a quick fix i just pop the sping out and its much eaiser now. the casing is very dorable and if u do crack the shell u can buy a new one for 10 bucks which is a goop price.many pros chooes the egg over the the halo b because of its weight and speed with the z board.
This is a very sturdy dependable hopper i recomend giving it a chance it will be able to keep up with ur gun no problem.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 at 5:53 pm PST
I got this loader and it was super fast when i tested it out. then i added the z board and now it rips like crazy. its better than a halo b(i had issues with that hopper). it has a very cool "eye" it is very reliable. i highly reccomend this gun.
This is a very good loader. its a must for those fast shooting markers. and also get the z board!
Spyder AMG LCD, JT 14 in barrel, Pure Energy 68cu 4500psi, Bandit Bolt, eVLution II hopper
FAST HOPPER TODAY! The ONLY reason my gun has ever broken a ball was because of the stock barrel (but then I got a JT 2-piece). Now that I have nitrogen, i could leave the thing on full auto forever, and never break a ball. GET THIS!!!!
No elbow can hold this thing extremely sturdy. Of course, it'll NEVER come off of the gun, but it can still move from side to side. A little heavy, but who cares? SPEED IS THE REAOSN YOU BUY AN ELECTRONIC HOPPER IN THE FIRST PLACE. (not the look.....I hate people who complain about the ugly shape...)
Best hopper today. What else can be said? OH! The new plastic on it is very durable. My hopper has been shot a few times, and no marks, indents, cracks, etc
Smart Parts Impulse
White IPB Delrin bolt
gas thru gadget grip
PB Drop Forward
68ci 3000PSI Java carbon fiber wrapped tank
This revy is extremely fast and loads each pball all the way up until the last one is left. I like the adjustable speed control of the propeller. It allows you to adjust to your gun's MROF. It is a lot fast than an Xboard 12v revy. Low batt indicator works well.
Very delicate and made out of cheap plastic. Definitely not worth over $100. I also had to sand down the feed tube to fit my marker. PRICE, CRAFTSMANSHIP, DURABILITY are all poor in my opinion
Overall this is the hopper built for speed. If you need something fast to feed into an angel or whatever then get this. But I would recommend something else if speed is not your top priority.
Custom WorrGames body w/ E-Blade.........all WorrGames parts!
consistency, durability (literally an egg shell)
The Evo II is a fast loader! It's definitely the nice middle hopper. I've taken the Evo II out on the field about 3 times and never got hit on the hopper. The last time I took it on the field, I took one shot on the hopper screw closest to the front of the feed neck. When I took that shot, it completely cracked the front of the Evo II and up to now its still falling apart. The following game I took a shot on the side of the Evo II where the buttons are and completely cracked it as well. From this point the Evo II has never worked again. I've taken it apart, cleaned it and still I cannot get the Evo II to turn on again.
I have also run into a problem with the paddles (propellers inside the hopper to force feed the balls through). After time and usage, the paddles inside get weak and soft, and at times bend from attempting to force a ball through. I have changed the paddles once and since have not had a problem.
I contacted Viewloader on this concern so nobody runs into the same problem, and the representative pretty much said that "I'm Sorry, but we've never heard of this problem. I believe you just ran into bad luck and will have to purchase a new Evo II." It was pretty disappointing to hear this from one of the biggest names in the industry.
In short, I got screwed out of $80!
Unless Viewloader has come out with an updated and more durable version of this hopper. (Not the Evo II w/ Y-board) Then just cough up the extra $30 and purchase a Halo B or save the extra $30 and purchase a 12V Revy.