The Invert Too loader is brand new and just released by Invert Paintball. The light weight design and durable construction of the Invert Too will make this one of the most sought after and affordable loaders in the paintball world. The Invert Too Loader keeps the external look of the Halo B loader while focusing on a mixture of "The Top Loaders Of Paintball" internals. The Invert Too loader has a sound activated board similar to the Empire Reloader B. The internal feed system tends to resemble a mix between the "The Top Loaders In Paintball". The Invert TOO also has similar feeding speeds and specifications as the "Top Loaders Of Paintball". This combination of features and accessories with the price tag of only $69.95 will soon make this one of the most common and popular paintball loaders at every paintball field.
The Invert Too loader is great for any level of paintball player and will keep up with even the fastest paintball guns on the market. If your gun is currently chopping paint and you have either a gravity fed loader or basic agitating electric loader then this is the must have upgrade for you. Most Halo B parts and accessories are compatible with the new Invert Too Paintball Loader. Order yours today and start making the competition pay!
The Invert Invert Too is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
I bought this hopper right when I got back into paintball. I got it brand new for $50. Comes in a nice plastic container. Right away I took it out of the package and put batteries in it. Went through the modes on the hopper and put it on speed 6. Then put it on my DM6 and put my board on uncapped full auto. Let me say, this thing is awsome. Soo consistent and much better than a Halo.
Great hopper for the price, much better than a Halo. And who cares if its not as fast as a rotor, PSP is 10.3 bps anywayss.
Halo parts accecpted thats sweeet
Not heavy with the batteries in
Not easy to program
Well this is my first electronic hooper so many things to say. First of all the price is pretty good for a hooper. Doesnt break the bank I cant stress that enough. Looks nice even though only comes in black. I put a hooper cover over it so you cant tell anyways. Keeps up with my marker. I never so far had a jam ball. I like that it works with other Halo parts, so you can change things like the shell, the back plate. And now you can buy the rip drive kit for it.
The only thing I would say is hard is the programming. But thats why they have the manual so just follow that and you should be ok.
I also own a completely stock Proto SLG which rocks but my stupid field doesn't use air. And an Invert Halo Too loader which is awesome
Takes Halo Parts
Programing is a bit tough but not a big deal
I bought this in Saskatoon on vacation and tried it out in Vancouver where I bought my 09 SLG. I set my SLG for 20bps and filled up the hopper and started shooting in my cousins back yard, and I was a little skeptical at first on the sound activated loading, but its completely instant, you can't even tell its sound activated because after the shot is done the loading is done too. So being happy with my purchase and my recently obtained driver's license, I asked my little cousin if he wanted to go paintballing and he said sure so we got his friends and drove out. There were lots of kids with Dye Rotors and all that but I managed to beat most of them so now I was REALLY happy with my purchase. So its a good buy and it wont let you down, if ur strapped for cash and need a loader, this is it.
Amazing loader, keeps up with anything u throw at it, and its really strong, cheap, surprisingly light, and accepts Halo parts like trap door lids and such.
You wont be dissapointed, its quality stuff
Spyder Electra 09
Crossfire 68/4500 HPA Tank
Sounds Activated (lovely)
Good on batteries
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I wasn't too sure what to expect with the Halo Too but I have to say I'm amazed. The thing that I love most about the invert too is that its sound activated, which makes it good on batteries compared to a loader that continuously spins. I shot 20 BPS without so much as a break so this thing is definitely consistent and very gentile on paint.
Lid - The lid is hard to pop off. This can be a good thing or bad thing. Good thing because when sliding you dont have to worry about it popping off because its so tight. Bad thing because its very hard to pop the lid off with one hand while shooting.
You can't get a better loader for the price. This is possibly the best loader within a $100 price range. Get it!
very very quiet
worth every penny
Programming can be a little tricky, but once you get it, it's a breeze
I got this hopper in order to compliment my Cyclone feed.
The features that I like the most about this hopper are the quiet operation, and it feeds paintballs FAST!!
It is very robust. I took mine to couple of woodsball/scenario games, and it performed as it is supposed to. No jams, no problems, no nothing. Very gentle on the paint.
According to the manufacturer, it accepts most upgrades and bodyshells desgined for HALO/EMPIRE B loaders. i already upgraded mine with a rip drive kit, and a speedfeed.
It can be tricky to access the program mode the first time, but once you get it, it's a breeze. That is the only issue that I had with this hopper, but IT IS NOT something that should keep you away from it
I definitely recommend this hopper to any serious baller, rec baller, woodsballer, or speedballer. I paid $59 for mine, and it is definitely worth every single penny.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 7th, 2010 at 2:54 pm PST
Dangerous Power G4, Invert Too, Ninja Tank, CP barrel
None so far!
I am impressed with this hopper, and especially for the price. I've got about 2 cases through it with no issues yet, and I don't anticipate any. It's not noisy, it's not too heavy, it's not difficult to program (go to youtube if you can't figure out how), and I love that it didn't cost me an arm and leg. You can really adjust this hopper to fit your playing style and rate of fire. I wish it came in more than one color, but that's just me being whiny. This hopper is sick.
Great price, even better performance, and not too battery hungry, no complaints from me. You won't be disappointed.
][nvert mini (stock)
pure energy 68/3000
-Only comes in one color
In my opinion the is an amazing hopper for its price its fast enoungh to keep up with my invert mini on psp ramping with no jams and its so quiet you cant even hear it, i think thank this hopper should have been atleast 100$ but its only 60 bucks and it crushes its price rage competition (eggy,torque loader,etc).
I definitely recommend this hopper to anyone starting paintball or experienced player, this hopper wont fail you
Viewloader force... Piece of crap
Gravity feed... what can i say...
Proto SLG 09 Basic
Invert Halo too loader
48/3000 CP tank
Programming takes time.
In all honesty this loader is the best on the market in its price range. At 80$ canadian this loader easily outperforms any of the eggy's or torques in its class. With fresh batteries and feed stack monitoring off this loader can honestly do almost 25 bps. i set my Proto slg to semi capped at 25 bps and even thought i was able to walk between 13-16 bps this loader kept up with ease. i then set it to 20 bps psp 3 shot. This also worked well but i could hear the loader struggling a little. all in all you will not need to shoot 20 bps but if you need to it can.
Buy this loader it PWNS anything in its price range.
Misc Electric hoppers VL Revo, eggy's, Prophecy(tested), Dye Rotor
Spyder Electra 09
HPA CF 4500
Invert Halo Too
Remote Coil Cord
CP 14" One Piece barrel
Screws (not really, but see review)
Comparing too all the others I own and have tested I would say this one i recommend for budget players. Its Very quiet, strong, easy to use.
Once u read the manual on how to program it its very simple, it only takes 5 minutes to learn how.
Dont worry about being near someone else and the hopper trying to load because of their gun fire setting the hopper off its adjustable.
if u have the extra money i would say get the prophecy because of how easy it is to take apart and clean, rather then unscrewing/cleaning/reassembling this thing for 10 minutes, but 100$ is quiet expensive, We cant argue about the Dye Rotor simply the best but u also pay $$$ for it.
Back to the review, We strapped this on a friend of mines Ego 9 and it kept up after doing some fine adjustments on the settings. For 60$ i dont know of a better hopper thats as strong as this one and energy efficient
Cleaning is just the same as any other hopper with screws. it sucks the 1st couple of times, but it you become you'll get used to it. but a screwless hopper would be great for fast easy cleaning.
Ive played 4 full 8 hour playing days with it, havent had to change batteries and not had an issue with any jamming. and have not changed the 4 cheap ass batteries in it.
Great hopper hands down, just cant compare to the eggys and the others at this price, and i cant stress to you all on how DURABLE this hopper is.
Smart Parts SP-1 w/ Blackheart board, Invert Halo Too, Trinity T-Lock, Smart Parts All American Back with All American Apex Ready Front + Apex tip, 72/3000 HPA Tank, Remote w/ Slide Check
Up to 20 BPS
Lid is sometimes a little tricky
Programming isn't very easy
First and foremost I'd just like to say that this is my first serious electronic hopper. I bought a Ricochet Apache a while back for about $10 just to use with my 98 Custom, other then that I've been using Tippmanns with a Cyclone for many years.
I went with the Halo Too because I bought an SP-1 and needed a hopper that could keep up with the BlackHeart board at a reasonable price. $59.99 was the price I saw originally, but I've noticed a few paintball websites starting to bump that price up to $69.99.
The hopper has a nice clean look to it, it feels solid and it kept up just fine with my 98 Custom. I did have a problem with it in semi auto with the SP-1 which one of the refs at the field said that I might have to adjust the hoppers settings a bit because the SP-1 is quieter with less kick then the 98, so the hopper might not be picking up every shot.
This brings me to the negatives...
Programming the board seems to be more difficult then I think it should be. I've never been a fan of trying to program something from flashing lights, but I was able to figure out the Tippmann E-Grip and SP-1 grip just fine. Changing the settings isn't impossible, just more involved then I was expecting.
Also, the lid can be annoying. Sometimes it takes a little added effort to pop it open. It's not a huge deal, but worth mentioning. I intend to replace the lid with a speed feed of some sort. I hear Exalt makes a nice one.
Overall this is a great hopper to buy for not only your main marker, but its always a good idea to keep backup equipment around in case something goes wrong with your main setup. A Halo Too is a good choice because it performs well, and doesn't have an enormous price tag. Aside from the programming issues, which someone more experienced with electronic hoppers might not have any problems, I would recommend this hopper.