Originally Posted by Blusylver
Easiest to load, to clean it never jams. And you always know when its on since it uses a toggle switch, and not some cheap light that burns out after 2 months (rotor)
Down falls are battery life and magnets holding the speedfeed/lid
No freakin way is it easier to clean than the Rotor. You need a mechanical engineering degree to put the darned thing together right.
I'd say ease of loading is the same as the rotor, don't know how it could be easier?
Rotor with Seed supposedly never jams. So far it hasn't for me.
I'm meh about toggle switch vs button with light...
I agree about the magnets holding the speedfeed, full on wtf on that.