1. Fast. This thing is relatively fast, and can keep up with 15 BPS fairly well.
2. Force Feed. The Reloader B pretensions the balls to ensure the next ball is ready to chamber.
3. Sound-activated. Maintaining an audio sensor in ready mode takes very little power. As a result, the Reloader B uses hardly any power when you're not actually shooting (as opposed to the eyes on a Halo .
4. Quiet. This loader hardly makes any noise.
1. Too sensitive. Simply clicking your solenoid or the balls rolling around in the loader may cause it to try to feed.
2. May cause double feeding. Weak detents and double feeding are a known problem with any force-fed loader. However, the extreme sound sensitivity compounds the problem, as the motor attempts to turn and exerts additional force on the paintballs. This can often result in double feeding when you have not been shooting for a while. I was forced to install an extra ball detent in one of my Mag bodies to combat this.
3. Often skips on long strings of paint at high BPS.
4. Heavy. I knew this when I bought it.
5. The shell's shape around the battery compartment should probably have been "fleshed out" a little more. There is a shot trap just behind the battery compartment. It catches shots instead of deflecting them, and, worse, it can be hard to tell it's been hit.
This post has been edited by WardenWolf: 11 May 2008 - 07:38 PM