1 force mode setting
20bps on marker feed rate
25bps free fall rate
180 ball count capacity
Instant auto anti-jam
Double vision system
Giant mouth lid for quick and easy loading in tight spots
3 blade spring loaded paddle
On/off switch with shield reduces accidental activation
The Viewloader VLocity Jr. is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
ONE OF A KIND 07 Ego Etek
signed by Oliver Lang & Nicky Cuba
Custom yellow/black anno
Kila v2 bolt
Ive always been a VL guy ever since the Revy. Pretty much it was between either the VLocity or a Halo, and personally not a huge fan of the Halo style hoppers. My buddy has a Empire Halo and to me they just seemed bulky, heavy, and just not what i was looking for. I actually kind of wish there was more options out there but what can i do. Anyway, when i first got the hopper i was really happy with it, it had a nice big lid to reload fast, it had a nice sleak design up front n bulky in the rear which i would prefer. So i put some batteries in to see how it works and i wasnt a big fan of the screwed in lid design id rather have it slide in like the old style hoppers, but i turned it on and it was pretty darn quick.
Now the true test. I take it up to the local field and was hoping for a good day, well it wasn't, many problems that day. Midway through my second game the hopper just stopped working all together, which forced me to have to stick my hand in and feed it manually causing me to break much paint inside the hopper. So i figured a battery issue was in play, but it wasn't. So now the new hopper that was only used once is now at the shop getting fixed costing more money for parts and labor. Not happy!
Now i understand that this happens all the time where people get deffected products but it just sucks when it happens to you. I can only give it a 3 due to the fact, its costing me more money that i do not want to spend. But dont let my bad experience stray you from getting this hopper this kind of stuff can happen to any hopper you purchase.