- 20+ bps
- Ultra quiet belt drive
- Freeway Anti-Jam – for continuous ball feed
- Sound activated feeding
- 180 ball capacity
- Low battery indicator
- 1-hour auto Shut-Off
- Matte black coloring
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- Question Review by James (Posted on 06/08/2014)
Quality Value for moneyQ. Will it run with eteck 4 from planet eclipse?
A. Yes it will.
- NEVER Jams, Great value for the money! Review by Scott (Posted on 17/11/2013)
Value for money QualityI have never had a jam with this hopper EVER, it's a sturdy body and the feeding system inside is great too. Everything is great one small problem is that to clean it taking it apart is lots of screws so it's not a two minute job but other than that 5 out of 5 great value
- Great loader for the money! Review by Jack (Posted on 19/06/2013)
Value for money QualityHad this hopper for about a year now so i've got a lot of experience with it. Yes it is heavier than your average loader but not by too much, i do use a larger than average tank however due to my height so the weight helps balance out the weight of the marker and tank, this makes it not too heavy at either end. You may have to get some wire wool and shave down the part of the hopper that you'll be putting into your feed neck as my one was just a little too big to be able to put into the feed neck, but don't worry, doing this will not damage the strength of the hopper you'll only have to take off about 1.5mm maximum. The casing is very well made and sturdy and can take a beating especially out there in the woods. The sponge battery casing is a great yet simple feature which just stops your batteries rattling around as you run. I would say, however, that this hopper may be that little bit too big and bulky for you speedballers but if you're going to be playing with re-balls i recommend this over the rotor! This hopper feeds re-balls perfectly; i've never had a jam with it whereas my experience tells me that re-balls and rotors don't mix that well. The fact that it's sound activated gets rid of the annoying hum that often comes with loaders in this price range so this not only makes this hopper less annoying but it also has a fairly decent battery life. It is a bit difficult to change the settings on the hopper, however, but you should never need to change the pre-set settings, with your marker on semi-auto this loader will keep up with you all day long.
Overall, great hopper, definitely the best out of all other hoppers in its price range and will it will last, perfect for the woods.
- Question Review by Rick (Posted on 17/02/2012)
Q: What does this hopper mean by,customisble? Thank you
A: You can change the shell by Hybrid shells, upgrade the board, add a rip drive, upgrade the anti-jam with an empire free-way, ....
- Weight Review by Rog1 (Posted on 16/02/2012)
Q: How heavy is this hopper ?
A: It is around 250gr, heavier than basic hopper, but not that heavy.
- Question Review by Brandon (Posted on 15/02/2012)
Q: Will this work well w/ the Eros Se and how long would this offer last? And thank you
A: This would work great on an Eros SE. The offer is available until the 1st of april.
- what's better Review by Elliot (Posted on 14/02/2012)
Q: What is better for a bt omega, a rip clip or this? Oh, and which is more reliable?
A: they are both the same performance wise, but the rip clip is offset.
It's all about personal preference, but if you want to use a red dot sight or scope, go for the Rip Clip.
- invert halo too Review by Jack (Posted on 30/12/2011)
Q: Will this fit the etha?
A: Yes it does.
- Etha and Invert Halo Too Review by Jack95 (Posted on 29/12/2011)
Q: Will this be a good hopper for a planet eclipse etha?
A: Yes, it will be fast enough to allow the Etha to shoot at a good and consistent 15 bps.
- one more Review by Joe (Posted on 14/12/2011)
Q: What batteries do these take ?
A: They take AA (LR6) batteries.
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