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Discussion in 'Talking Points' started by OlliePB, May 17, 2014.
i have a rotor but was wondering if the spire is better if so why
I switched from Rotor to Spire.
I initially found it lighter and quieter, but then I found as I started to play faster the speed feed I was using would not take the paint quick enough, and I was losing at least 20 balls from my pod onto the floor.
I then tested the GI hopper with the built in radar and found it was not very power efficient, the batteries did not last a day.
I have now got another Rotor and now don't understand why I changed!!
thanks looks like il stay with my rotor then, what gun are you shooting?
I sold my rotors and went to spire and haven't looked back since!
Same here ,quieter,holds more balls,better feed,programable ,prettier!
May as well sell my Rotor as doesn't get used anymore.
looks like i might have to purchase one! might be a stupid question but like the rotors there's gen's(1,2,3) is this the same for them if so how much for each one thanks
All the same as far as I know,slightly different firmware on the newer ones.
Gen1 has no battery Velcro straps or shark fin
Gen 2 has battery Velcro straps but no shark fin
Gen 3 has both battery Velcro straps and shark fin.
Hope this helps!
It def is personal preference. I used to have a rotor and now have a spire.
The rotor seems to just be so much more simple which I quite like. Also it seems to feed the last few remaining balls some what better then the spire as, as default it has a internal spring loaded ramp.
Spire, being smaller and lighter is a nice advantage! but without the ramp (which can be purchased separately). I find I need to shake and shoot the last few balls. It's not a big issue, and it doesn't always happen. This can be overcome by filling up early or buying the add on ramp.
Juts seems a shame they didnt include this as standard....as otherwise I would say Spire all the way!
what would you a rough price 2nd hand on a spire is then? thanks for the help