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Kingman Spyder FASTA 18v LCD
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Number of Reviews: 21
Average Rating: 8.1 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $100

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Spyder is proud to introduce the new Fasta Electronic Loader. The Fasta provides both a sleek aerodynamic design and lightning fast game play with an impressice 30+ BPS. This loader picks up slack on the others promising to be the fastest. The Fasta is ultra light weighing in at one pound with the batteries installed! The loader has an impressive 230-ball capacity and is easy to reload with the quick load lid. The revolutionary feed ramp reduces popcorning in the feed neck which enables the quickest load imagined. The Fasta in availble in LED and LCD, as well as 9v and 18v;Both come with low battery indicators. With the LCD screen the players can stay on top of the game with an advanced timer. Enjoy your speed.
>High Feed Rate
>30+BPS
>230 Ball Capacity
> 18V for extended battery life
>Audio Alerts
>Low Battery Indicator
>Auto Shut Off
>Poly Carbon Shell
>Quick reload shell
>Loader weight:1 pound w/ batteries
Product Availability 
The Kingman Spyder FASTA 18v LCD is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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PaintFr3ak Tuesday, December 12th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month11 of 18 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Halo B - halo way better
Revy - revys are better too
Marker Setup: Red smart parts ion (, bullet dropforward w/on off, roller trigger,virtue board,virtue eyes,cp regulator,all american 14'' barrel,snatch grip,) 72/3000 pure energy tank and a Fasta hopper
Strengths: Speed
Capacity
weight
Weaknesses: Looks
Sturdyness
Review: Ok just got this thing Friday ordered it the day it popped up on ebay and had it shipped overnight cuz i was having trouble with my halo keeping up with virtue board in PSP mode and i didnt wanna get a victory board for the hopper so i thought i would give Spyder another chance. When i got the hopper i wasnt thrilled with the look of of, it looked like... well... a spyder product, the screen was o.k. but kinda hard to press buttons with gloves on. I popped battery into hopper and gassed the gun up. It had no trouble keeping up with the virtue board. So saturday i went to PB country ( you can visit their site www.paintballcountryohio.com) and played. everything was going great then i slide into the 40 standup can and i TAPPED it on the ground coming in the hopper stopped feeding. I called myself out went back , replaced battery still nothing, aparently wiring came loose on the feeder and now i have to get it replaced.
Conclusion: Overall its an O>K hopper but it is made by spyder and i had the $$$ back i would definetly just buy a board for my Halo, if you can buy the halo dont get this hopper .
Rating:
7 out of 10
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