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Number of Reviews: 21
Average Rating: 9.7 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $1000

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The Planet Eclipse E-Blade Autococker is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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STORYTELLER Sunday, July 24th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Karnivor, ego, custom sp ion, nexus
Marker Setup: 1) 2005 Planet eclipse e-blade factory cocker (purple haze), halo B, wgp feedneck, 4500 psi centerflag tank.
2) WGP Autococker trilogy comp, evo ll loader, carbon fiber stiffi bolt, 4500psi centerflag tank.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Adjustable feedneck only
Strengths: Accurate, accurate, accurate, accurate, air efficient, air efficient, looks, good structure, durable, sexy, efficient, accurate
Weaknesses: A bit heavy, a bit of kick, stock feedneck
Review: Ok compairing this to the nexus i dont really see any external diffrence wat so ever.
compairing to the nexus accuracy and speed are the same, the nexus is just a touch lighter and SO MUCH MORE air efficient...... thats all.

But...this marker is amaizing it might not be as fast as an ego or an angel but who needs speed when tourneys are cap to 15bp. It might not be as fast but its a hell more accurate and air efficient and probably more reliable from wat iv seen.
Conclusion: I have been playing with this marker for a month now, and let me tell you im more than happy. The default factory settings are just right i have not touched anything on the marker yet appart from the trigger sensitivity. when it come to accuracy...... ahh it puts a smile on my face to see this baby shoot so straight, honestly its like your shooting a real gun the only marker i can compair it to is the nexus and the karnivor. no other marker is even a mile to accuracy like this baby. when it comes down to air trust me its economical. with 3500psi i could shoot about half a box of paint if not even more. the weight of the gun with a halo b is just a subject to cry for sometimes... it does get a bit heavy, but hey where men not mice. coming to speed. i could not get more than 14bps on the marker which i belive is ok since im still new to the marker... wats millenium and psp for hehe.
looks are just simple and diffrent the purple fade to black is just bloody sexy! girls love it.
last but not least this marker nas not let me down through 2 small tourneys and during practise has only chopped once cos of bad paint and is a well manifactured marker. lets not forget its made by PLANET ECLIPSE.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, July 24th, 2005 at 4:30 am PST
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