Originally Posted by loneassassin
^^And that's their own fault for not using the "no-force" setting. (setting # 1) One of the most complained about features of the Vlocity, and yet it could be fixed by reading the ****ing manual.
I got around 4 cases on a set of batteries on my Vlo using setting # 1, and it kept up with PSP 15 bps all day no problem. And the best part was that there was no "humming" noise and no unnecessary strain on the ball stack. The other force settings were pointless...but I digress.
Thank you for your input. I've never owned a Vlo, just heard numerous complains about it. I appreciate you informing me.
No problem. I just get annoyed when I hear the same complaint about the Vlocity over and over again - and it's usually the battery-life and noise factor that they compain about. It's as if nobody ever tried the no-force setting, they just pulled the Vlocity out of the box, set it on 8, and then complained about the noise and lack of battery life.
While I do like my Prophecy better, I feel that the Vlocity is still a very legitimate loader - it NEVER jams (or it automatically unjams), shoots reballs and crappy paint without a problem, it is very lightweight, and very simple. It is also very fast, if that matters...