Virtue Spire IR2 Paintball Hopper - FDE
Learn about the Virtue Spire IR2:
The Virtue Spire IR2 is the leading electronic paintball hopper around the $100 price range. This hopper only takes 1 minutes to clean and maintenance and keeps up with some of the best performing paintball guns available.
We highly recommend this electric hopper if you are using it with most electronic paintball guns such as the Empire, Dye, Planet Eclipse and Luxe paintball guns. In the sport of paintball you pay for what you get and the Spire IR2 electric hopper is worth every penny from our experience.
The Spire IR2 is a great choice if you are looking to upgrade from the Halo hopper or HK Army Speed. You will immediately notice a better performing experience with fewer jams and of course a much sleeker design and look.
Features & Pro Edge Rating:
- Capacity: 220 Rounds
- Electronic Battery Required: Yes
- Battery Type: 3x AA
- Max Feed Rate: 15+ bps
- Paintball Caliber: .68 Caliber
- Compatible with: All .68 Caliber Paintball Guns
- Cleaning & Maintenance: Tool less disassembly
- Setup Required: Install batteries
- Durability Grade (A,B,C) ) °: A
- Designed For: Recreational Play, Woods ball and Speedball
- Quick Change Lid: No
- Speed feed Upgrade Available (Shop): Yes
- Weight: 14.2 oz
- Height: 5€
- Length: 9.5€œ
- Manufacturer Warranty Included °: Yes
- Qualifies for Pro Edge Return Policy: Yes
#1 Most Popular Electronic Hopper
Since it's inception, the Spire has dominated the loader scene all around the world. With the Spire IR², we've made paintball's best value to performance loader even more durable and reliable. Third generation flexible Spire drive is soft on paint, geometrically optimized with a 9-ball raceway to feed at high rates of fire without ever jamming.
- Upgraded interlocking shell design holds together on tough dives.
- Featuring a toolless lid for a quick change speed feed. 2-piece toolless shell for easy disassembly, cleaning, and battery changing.
- Upgraded toolless and more durable dual material Spire drive allows for easy cleaning of the ball raceway.
We recommend this hooper to use on electronic paintball guns, such as those by Empire, Dye, Planet Eclipse and Luxe paintball!
9-Ball Raceway Never Pulses Never Jams
The 9-ball raceway and 5-finger Spire IR² drive allows the Spire to feed faster and more consistently while still being able to feed the worst paintballs imaginable without jamming. Improved sensors remove unnecessary pulsing and create a quieter, more efficient loader.
Intelligent Proactive 3-Eye Feeding
3-eye feeding technology continuously monitors the paint in your loader with 3 shielded infrared eyes. Two eyes monitor the ball stack, while one eye tracks the gap in between the stack across the entire feeding cycle, ensuring your marker never misses a beat.
Softer On Paint
The third generation Spire drive is constructed from a combination of nylon and flexible rubber to feed the most fragile paint on the market. The new upgraded Spire IR² drive is lighter, less bulky, and most importantly, more durable and reliable.
Durable Nylon Toolless Shells
With secure construction and durability in mind, the Spire IR² features a durable nylon top and bottom shell that interlocks reliably every time.
Better Battery Life
The most battery efficient Spire yet, thanks to its proactive IR² feeding logic and optimized electronics. Combine the Spire IR with the Virtue N-Charge battery pack to get even better performance, reliability, and ease of use.
Quick Change Lid & Speedfeed
Upgrade with the Spire III/IV CrownSF II or Bunkerkings NTR speed feed in seconds. Not only can you swap back and forth from a lid to a speed feed, but you can now remove and clean each individual finger just as easily. Each spring finger offers the ultimate combination of feeding performance, paint retention, and sag-proof reliability.
N-Charge & Spring Ramp Upgradeable
Plug-n-play compatibility with the Virtue N-Charge rechargeable lithium ion battery The original Spire Spring Ramp is still compatible with the Spire IR², and will ramp those last few balls back into the feeding raceway when you shoot long strings at odd angles.