JT Triad Loader Review
Let's dive right into it. The JT Triad Hopper is a three-piece design, consisting of the bottom, the top, and the tray where all the magic happens. It comes with a rain lid and a speed feed. To open it up, just press the rain lid from behind, and it should pop right off. The fingers on this thing are non-removable, providing a nice give and take with fully rubber construction.
There's a yellow button inside that acts as a lock to prevent the shell from easily coming off. Make sure it's pushed up when the top is on. Internally, the hopper has a magnetic drive cone, allowing easy removal in case of broken or brittle paintballs. The capacity is 215 balls, and it feeds at a rate of 15 balls per second.
Powering it up is simple; it requires three double-A batteries. One noteworthy feature is its quiet operation. When you turn it on without paint, you might not hear anything, ensuring a stealthy gameplay experience. No need for programming; they've got it all figured out for you. It's a force-feed hopper, designed to keep up well, even for auto cockers.
The hopper also includes infrared eyes and sound activation. There's an auto-reverse function in case of a jam, featuring an alternator that goes forward a couple of times and then back to address any ball obstructions. Overall, it's a well-thought-out product.
We took it outside for a test, and it performed like a dream. Stay tuned for a clip of that. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop them below. Thanks for watching, and remember, you can find the JT Triad Hopper at LoneWolfPaintball.com.