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Battery: 3AA - Sold Separately
Compatibility: Fits Standard Universal Feedneck
Capacity: 200 Rounds
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The Spire drive system allows the Spire IR 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.
The combination of 3-IR sensors protected behind polycarbonate allow the Spire IR to feed proactively, rather than reactively like traditional IR sensors. This ensures a constant stream of paint that never fails you on the field, rain or shine.
Designed to feed the most fragile paint on the market, the Spire IR gives you an edge in every game. Spring loaded, flexible rubber fingers gently feed brittle paint with ease.
With durability in mind, the new nylon back shell gives every player peace of mind. Now the back shell is made of the same material as the body of the loader to ensure ultimate longevity.
The Spire IR is the most battery efficient Spire yet, thanks to its proactive IR feeding logic and optimized electronics
The Spire IR’s redesigned durable nylon back shell can be fitted with the updated Spire III CrownSF II in seconds. Not only can you swap back and forth from a lid to a speed feed in seconds, 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.
Rather than offer the Spire IR in a 200 and 260 round option, the Spire 260 shell kit price as been reduced to give every Spire IR user a low cost way to switch back and forth between 200 and 260 round shells in seconds.
Many players want to customize their loader colors, which is why virtue has reduced the price of Spire color kits so you can build your own color combinations for a cheaper price than ever.
The original Spire Spring Ramp is still compatible with the Spire IR, and will ramp those last few balls back into the feeding raceway when you shoot long strings at odd angles.