It’s time for the so talked about Halo B to be reviewed. The thing really deserves admirations as it is said to be one of the best and most reliable loaders out there and it stands for its name 100%. You not only get speed (35+ is a little bit exaggerated, but I think the fair 24 bps is not at all bad), but you get strength and durability. The thing looks pretty good, too. It’s available in many colors and you can get the one that suits you best. The battery life is pretty good too, but note that once the low battery light goes on you have to change them immediately. It holds around 180 balls which is not the best, but also pretty good. Here are the features: • 35 + balls/second • Belt drive • Spring loaded drive cone • Computer controlled • Reflective sensor technology • Reinforced feed neck design • Low battery indicator • 20,000 rds/battery change • 170 rds ball capacity • 1 year limited factory warranty • Includes the V35 Victory board installed There are a couple of flaws that are worth mentioning. The first one is that the loader is pretty heavy, but it’s to be expected since it uses 6 AA batteries. The other thing is that it does not recognize dark shelled paint. Aside from that it’s perfectly fine loader to have. The feedneck may need some sanding down till it’s perfectly fitted, but that’s not too hard to do. You can get the Halo B for about $100 which puts it between the expensive loaders, but it truly deserves the money. It’s really one of the most preferred loaders out there and now you know why.