NEW Spire Crown SF Speedfeed



It seems Virtue have held back on releasing the Spire Crown SF Speedfeed because of the thorough testing they have put it through to ensure the best made product goes to market. With so many moving parts, it is certainlt the most expensive speed feed on the market but we're sure that won't worry some paintballers.

Virtue do have a trade in scheme for buyers of the original Spire Crown Speed feed but unfortunately it seems anyone who has purchased in Asia misses out on this deal.


VIRTUE PRESS RELEASE

Finally a speed feed with no drawbacks. Heavy duty polycarbonate Spring Fingers reload with ease, spring immediately back into position and keep every ball locked securely inside. When those rain clouds make an appearance, the Spire Crown SF Quick Release back shell allows for changing back and forth from Speed Feed to Lid in mere seconds.

The Spire Crown SF features it’s own built-in hinged lid for easy bag-reloading in the pits and button-locking mechanism to prevent it from ever opening accidentally on the field. When those rain clouds make an appearance, the Spire Crown SF Quick Release back shell allows for changing back and forth from Speed Feed to Lid in mere seconds.

Reload with ease and and never lose paint. The Crown SF is based on the upgradeable finger Crown2 platform and features Spring Finger technology. The Crown SF is the pinnacle of speedfeed evolution. Instead of a rubber hinge, each Crown SF finger is attached to a feather light spring, allowing it to flex downward with the slightest touch and immediately spring back to the closed position. This allows a perfect feed, with no paint loss.

  •     Effortless Reload
  •     Never Lose a Ball
  •     Quick Release Backshell Included
  •     Heavy Duty Polycarbonate
  •     Button-Lock Lid
  •     Lifetime Warranty

Info on the Spire Crown2 trade-up program can be found in the "Loader/Hopper" section of the Virtue site.

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