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Dye Rotor is in stock and shipping!

The Dye Rotor is the most radical innovation in paintball loader technology fusing simplicity with mind blowing feed rates and reliability. It is easy to see why the Rotor has become the number one choice in loader technology among top level player’s worldwide. The Rotor is the most energy-efficient loader in the sport, boasting a battery life of over 80,000+ ball shot count with only 3 AA batteries. The Rotor features a positive push button with a bright LED display informing you of when your hopper is powered on or off. The Dye Rotor system has a variety of upgrades such as color kits, quick feeds and high capacity tops.

This is one of the simplest loaders to maintain also. Just a couple of quick button pushes and you have it open to clean any broken paint, dirt, debris or anything that may have found its way into the Rotor. One good push on the inside tray and you’ve reached the internal workings of this 50+ bps monster. First you will notice the battery packs Velcro hold downs and the fact that it only has three! That’s right, three double A batteries is all Rotor takes to operate. You will also notice two red tabs that you rotate to one side and then remove the upper Rotor and then the center Rotor. Next is the Rotor base and last is the Planetary Gear Assembly. Easy as pie to take a part. And it all goes right back together just as easy.

As for my personal experiences with the Dye Rotor? The first time I used one was in a game among friends. Middle of nowhere in the woods. I put some new batteries in the Rotor and stuck it on top of my favorite woods ball marker. Without even a test to see how it worked, it was game on. Running through the thick under brush and low hanging limbs trying to get to the barn first, but didn’t. The paint was already fling. I set up and unloaded on the one person who I actually had a chance at getting. I noticed my marker seemed faster than it ever had. The Rotor was feeding flawlessly and all I remember was the whine of the Rotor and the pop of my marker,  and my enemies raising their hands in defeat. Right before I caught one in the back of the head. Yep, gotta watch those sneaky little guys, they can slip right up behind you and your out. All in all, the Rotor fed fast all day not one jam not one broken paintball. I give it a solid A+. Go out and get yours today!