An on gun feed rate of up to 25 BPS, and a free fall rate up to 35 BPS.
The VLocity speed is driven by the new select force technology and an electronically controlled anti-jam propeller.
Select Force allows you to adjust the force that the loader places on the paintballs
Select Force is adjustable from off, low, medium, or high to allow the player to set the desired force based on the type of paintballs being used.
Select Force allows the player to maximize the out of the gate speed without breaking paintballs
Electronically controlled anti-jam propeller will automatically reverse and reset once a jam is detected using the exclusive dual vision system
The VLocity also incorporates reprogrammable software to allow you to customize the select force and anti-jam settings
Lightweight and small profile
Holds up to 200 paintballs
Flip cap sprint loaded lid
Engineered with lightweight, extreme impact resistant polymer making it the largest capacity and lightest weight loader on the market today
The Viewloader VLocity Paintball Loader is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
This hopper is the fastest on the market. It has 8 different modes. the 8th one being the fastest and 1st being the slowest. So its goood for any gun. For the money buy it the lightest hopper i've had execpt for a gravity feed and the fastest. It works on 2 9 volt batteries instead of 6 double A batteries. The only Real big problen u'll run into is that its hard to find feed necks that fit it.
Tippmann custom pro, longbow barrel. egg 2, response trigger, ion pro Viewloader Vlocity, red and black ion max'd freak barrel rampage board
Not the best looks
last few balls get popcorned a little
So along with the purchase of my ion max'd i picked up this bad boy and when i got home after searching for a 9 volt battery for an hour, i finally got to look and see how this bad boy held. The first thing i noticed was that it was light and the lid kinda tough to open but i love it i can be assured its never gonna open when i don't want it to. next thing i filled it up with paint just to see how fast it fed. DAM!! the hole hopper was empty in well under 10 seconds i couldn't believe how fast it was. i would say it was fully gona in around 7 seconds...DAM!
the only thing bad i could say is its not the best looking hopper on the market, but with performance like that who cares. and that the last few balls left in the hopper get popcorned a little
YOu need a good hopper a light hopper? get this its fast light nice lid and boy i love the sound it makes when its on!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, December 27th, 2006 at 7:11 am PST
This loader is a great loader. I like it better than my reloader b and eggy. It is very fast, you will not be able to out shoot it on semi. Dont be afrid to get this loader, it is so small and light, and can hold a good 200 rds. Also it has shells out for it too
If you want a fast, light, small loader look no farther than the vlocity
Magnetic Roller Trigger
Pmi 48/300 N2 tank
Progressive Barrel '06
Q-lock feed neck
Design(. Max # of paintballs)
I think this is a great hopper. It hold a good amount of paint, i haven't needed to use a pod yet. I like having one of the fastest hoppers out there. I dislike the fact that its $50 more than an EVO3 and only does 2 bps more.
select force adjustment
1 piece feedneck
Wont get respect from some players
I got this hopper mostly because I wanted to stand out from the Halo B crowd. I wasnt totally confident about buying the thing though, mostly because of the mixed reviews. When I first got the vlocity, the first thing I noticed was how light it is. The halo B is very heavy compared to this thing. I also found the design to be kind of appealing. IMO it is not hidious like people say. It has its own unique design. The Select Force is a very useful feature. With my friends Halo b, when his marker broke and he had to use a rental 98, they didnt have any grav feed hoppers, so he stuck his Halo on the 98. It did nothing but destroy paint.
The vlocity is also high quality and quite durable. The guy who claims his vlocity broke against a bunker spike must have rammed it pretty d*mn hard. My only complaint is it can be noisy on high force settings. You get used to it.
Get this hopper, MAYBE 1 cm taller than Halo B, more features, worth the extra bucks. Kudos to Vewloader on another groundbreaking product. Just refrain from buying thier markers! Please leave comments!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, December 1st, 2006 at 6:23 am PST
Smart Parts ION
Evil Scion 1.1L 5000psi air system
Anti-jam software and select force modes
Lid needs to worn in
Not many aftermarket upgrades
When I went to buy my Vlocity I was thinking about getting either a Halo B or Empire reloader B. I chose the Vlocity over those other 2 hoppers because a) it was lighter b) it was faster and c) it held more balls. All these reasons were enough to hook me but I wasn't sure on the looks. However after a while you get used to the looks.
When I first used this hopper I was using it on force 8 which was trouble free and gave me a consistant 15bps on semi using my ion. I didn't have any ball breaks or breaks in the hopper. I believe that the anti jam software is a better thing to have than a rip drive or the "push button" on the pulse as the hopper will un jam the ball for you. Also one thing that struck me was the size, very small in comparison to Halos and the new pulse.
Capacity, I managed to fit 198 balls into the hopper and 2 into my feedneck but that is at the brim. No hopper can load when it is jam packed so the optimal amount of paint to have is around 180 in the hopper so that it can continuely feed. Also the weight, this thing is light as my Empire Reloader 2(Empire version of the revvy). The modes were easy to change and the speed of the hopper was immense. It was nice to have a feature that you could adjust to the brittleness of your paint. The shells are very durable aswell I managed to drop my hopper twice onto a concrete floor without any ill results.
The Vlocity is a great hopper that will surpass most hoppers in terms of speed and beats everything out the box. The new Pulse is faster but unnecessary fast plus the Vlocity is lighter and holds more.
All in all the lightest, almost fastest(Pulse beats it) and smallest out of the high-end force fed hoppers(Halo, Empire B, pulse.) One of the best products I have used in a while.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, November 27th, 2006 at 1:22 pm PST
2K5 Dark Timmy
CP Stick Trigger
Hybrid rail and on/off
freak w/ .687 / .693 inserts
45/4500 Centerflag tank
Dye Hyper II Reg
Function 6 Shot Ram Cap
Hybrid Contract killer gripz
Red Laser eyes
Look On My Dark
Doesnt Break Paint
Lid Is Hard To Open When You First Get It.
I use it at practice yesterday and couldn't be happier. I play snake and I dove all day and it didn't fall off the gun or crack. It is a very well made and designed loader and will probably get a boost for it to get rid of the batteries other than that is a good loader.
If you are looking for the new loader and don't want to deal with having to get a chip for a loader to work great get the vl.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
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More than 5 years
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Mine started worked erratically, and now doesn't not work at all. If you search pbnation for "ghost problem" you will see that many people seem to have the same issue.
Mine has been checked by several techs with no luck.
When it was working it would go through batteries, even when it was off.
blu-blk fade pm6, 16 in. proto barrel, 68-4500 Ca tank, vlocity
Basically the same size as a halo, very light, simple to take apart and use
The feedneck needs to be cut down and the batteries shake around
OK, so i got my vlocity a few days ago and it is awesome. i took it out of the bow and it was extremely light and i thought that there was no way that there could be batteries in it, but there were. it also isn't near as big as what the pics show. i ran some pods through it and it rips! there are no stopping times like there are with a halo. i haven't been able to test out the anti-jam, but i'm sure that it must have to work.The batteries shake around when it moves around. My only other problem with it is that you need to cut down the feedneck if you're going to use it on a short feedneck like the pm6's. other than this, it is perfect out of the box.
I would highly reccommend this loader to anybody, and the only upgrade i would do to it is shave down the feedneck. i highly reccommend this loader!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 24th, 2006 at 5:07 pm PST
nothing similar. Have only used slower hoppers. The last one was a VL revolution which only does about 13 bps.
MR2 with the stronger detent. Otherwise stock cuz this marker is amazing right out of the box.
FAST. Light. FAST. Adjustable.Gentle on balls. Did I mention it was FAST?
Not sure yet.
My last marker was a JT Excellerator. Good marker in many ways but not fast so it worked fine with the VL Revolution. I decided to buy a better faster marker and after reading 20 trillion reviews on this site, went with the Spyder MR2. I stupidly tried to use it with my old hopper which couldn't keep up by a long shot. Ball chop city.
I bought this VL Vlocity and stuck it on my marker. Set the Select Force to 2 and opened fire on a tree in my back yard. No chopping at all. But I had to recock it a few times. So I cranked it up to 5. Never a chop, and much less recocking. One more notch to 6. Pretty much painted that tree white without even the tiniest of trouble. I filled and emptied my hopper several times on the tree just cuz it was fun and I was so happy that this amazing marker was performing so well.
I've read all the other reviews of this hopper and it's true that the Force feeder thingy makes a faint humming noise while it keeps pressure on the balls. But that stops after about 15 seconds (the manual says 30), and I don't care anyway cuz I only like speedball.
It's nice and light and it's a perfect match for the MR2, which, by the way, is a kickass marker for the money.
As for how tough it is and how it'll stand up to the abuse of the field.....don't know yet. I just wanted to say that it's way fast and the Select Force made it easy to match to my marker's speed requirements. Once I've used a little more I'll update and let you know how I faired out with the battery life.
I'll give it a 10 for the moment, but that could change.......LOL
I recommend it for the reasons stated above, but also stating that I have not field tested it yet.