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Eclipse Geo 2.1 - Shiner2
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Eclipse Geo 2.1 - Shiner2
Carrying the torch of the original Planet Eclipse Geo, the Planet Eclipse Geo2 has proved to be huge success. Teams and players across the world have been drawn to the supremely smooth and quiet operation of the marker, while the rugged reliability and simple maintenance make it a true Eclipse product. Now, the Planet Eclipse Geo2.1 brings some of the critically acclaimed features of the recent Planet Eclipse Ego11 to the Planet Eclipse Geo. Namely the New POPS ASA and the Angled Swivel on the SL3 regulator.These 2 new additions further improve the already exceptional ergonomics of the Planet Eclipse Geo2 as well as producing a sleeker and more attractive profile. Of course all the other characteristics of the Planet Eclipse Geo2 remain, such as its excellent handling of fragile paint and the fully featured and E-Portal compatible electronics. This is still Planet Eclipse Geo. Just Refined...
- The Propsaft Assembly has been redesigned and now has a spring loaded drive core. The drive core prevents air loss in both the firing stroke of the bolt and on the return stroke of the bolt. this results in not only a more efficient paintball gun but faster recharge of the valve chamber. They have also added fins to the tip of the propsaft to keep the bolt and propsaft concentric at all times.
-The SL3 regulator is more consistent, has less creep, and more accurate than any previous Planet Eclipse regulator. It will also allow the planet Eclipse Geo to work with any high, mid, or low pressure tank on the market without fluctuation in performance. You can even switch from a high pressure tank to a low pressure tank without any ill effects.
-The Shaft 4 Barrel has been developed to improve consistency and efficiency. they have made the rear bore longer and as a result you get a higher velocity than the older shaft barrels with the same paintball gun and same settings. All of this and they were still able to lower the sound signature.
-After the success of the GST kit for the original Eclipse Geo they have decided to give the Eclipse Geo 2 the same treatment. The GST bolt and GST can now work with the drive core to reduce the sound signature and recoil making the eclipse Geo 2 silky smooth and quiet.
-The new eclipse circuit board has a 92% larger screen with adjustable backlight color. Planet Eclipse has also optimized the accuracy of Dwell and Rate Of Fire control. They have kept the option to use a micro switch or opto switch but redesigned the GUI (Graphical user Interface). You can also use the Eclipse E-Portal to connect your marker to your PC.
GEO 2.1 FEATURES
Geo 2 GST-Style Bolt Assembly
Geo 2 Propshaft with Spring-Loaded Drive Core
SL3 Inline Regulator – Works With Any Tank
E-Portal Compatible – Update Firmware, Splash Screens and User Settings
Shaft4 Barrel 14 In/0.689 – Longer, tighter control bore improves efficiency and consistency
92% Larger Multicoloured Transflective LCD Module
Ego10-Style Grip Frame and Grips
Extended Grip Pitch – Increased Comfortable and Stability
Spool Valve Design
Low Reciprocating Mass – Bolt 17g
ISCIS (Innovative Solenoid Controlled Isolation System) Mechanism
SC (Spool-Cure) Bolt – helps eliminate 2nd ball clipping in the feed stack.
6-Second Strip Down – To remove and separate all internal Bolt components
Tool-less Bolt removal – all internal bolt components removed without tools
BBSS (Break Beam Sensor System)
Def-Tek Offset Feed
C-Lever Clamping Feedneck with Sprocket Wheel
Dual Selectable Trigger Switching – Opto and Micro Switches
Dual Trigger Return Mechanisms – Spring and Magnetic Return
Integrated Audible Beeper for Alarms and Actuations
Capped and Uncapped Ramp Modes
All Major Tournament Presets
9 Preset Debounce Modes
5-Point Adjustable Trigger
T-Rail Mounting System
POPS – On/Off/Purge ASA System
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