Knightwolf16, on Dec 9 2007, 04:24 PM, said:
The Q-Loader is a love/hate deal. If you can get it to work properly, its great but the second you have issues, you will absolutely hate it. If you break a ball in the Q-pod, its done and you can't use it until you can wash it and let it dry, they aren't cheap, sometimes they won't release when you lock them into the Q-loader, they are time consuming when it comes to loading, if you break paint in the hose connecting the pod and the marker, you are done and have to break it done to clean it.
Break a ball in a Qpod...You take it a part and you clean it with water, dry it out and your back in business. You use other Qpods until then.
Qpods aren't cheap...Each Qpod is a loading system in and of its self. You have to take that into consideration. If you buy in multiples of 6 they are cheaper than buying one at a time.
Sometimes they won't release...Not true, The Qloading loading system is not a plug and play system. It requires some patience and mechanical ability to setup and use.
They are time consuming to load...Qpods take longer to load than a standard pod. You can reload faster than a hopper and pod.
If you break paint in the hose...You are not done, you do have to break it down and clean it. It is very rare with new, good quality paint to have a break in the feed hose, even after a hit to the hose.