Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Dye Rotor Paintball Loader Review

The Dye Rotor paintball loader is the ultimate in lightweight paintball loader deisgn. Weighing in at 1.3lbs and 5.25" high, the dye rotor is the best choice out there at this point.

The Dye Rotor in Black, White, Red, and Blue

Simple Design, High Performance

The Dye Rotor is the most innovative hopper to ever hit the marker, its performance not only leaves all other hoppers in the dust but all the top tournament paintball markers as well. This incredible loader is able to supply a constant feed rate of 50bps and has a highly efficient motor capable of feeding 80,000+ paintballs on just 3 AA batteries. Inside the dye rotor there is a rotating carousel disk with an opposing rotating center arm which allows the feeding mechanism to be constantly supplied with paintballs minimizing any lag time. The Rotor features a positive push button with bright LED display making it very simple to tell whether its on or off and has a stealth mode for night/low light games that allows you to turn the LED display on/off. This loader is capable of holding 200+ paintballs in its 5.25in low profile design and amazing only weighs 1.3lbs. Dye has produced the easiest hopper to work on and clean by making it a totally tool-less design allowing the user to totally disassemble all parts of the rotor and reinstall them within 30 seconds. No longer will you need to find creative ways to clean all the nooks and crannies of your hopper when you have a ball break.

The Rotor in Dyecam, Cloth Red, Cloth Blue, and Liquid Camo

Durability Test

The Rotor Loader has produced is undoubtedly the strongest and most durable hopper we have ever seen, it is able to be completely submerged underwater while still feeding. Due to its fully enclosed circuit board the Rotor can not only endure a rainy day on the field but it can even take a fall into a water filled ditch. Dye created the Rotor with their patented Tuff molding which allows the hopper to be dropped from a three-story building without taking any damage to it’s internals.

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