NikeSlayer has taken a different approach to bots, it hasn’t tried to provide support for all the different kinds of cop sites and instead chose to stick to the top 5 sites. Its interface is a bit more user-friendly than other competitors and it has had some success.
The main issue with NikeSlayer is, it’s not always reliable. On some releases, it would cop like a super Bot and on other releases, it wouldn’t cop at all.
But Isn’t that case with everyone trying to cop Yeezys?
Support Usability: Coping Power: Price:
NikeSlayer Bot Overview
Again, Industry Standard
Like most Yeezy bot companies not much has been invested into the support of customers, it seems the company concentrates on keeping the bot running instead keeping you copping.
NikeSlayer does excel here by reducing the interface to something quick and simple, true it may be limited in features but buying this bot you know you’re only a basic user.
Works, Mediocre, But Works
NikeSlayer’s copping power is quite a controversial matter. At times you’d cop many pairs, at others, you’d cop nothing, so you can use NikeSlayer but you should know it’s not fully reliable.
For a middle-class Yeezy bot $250 is pretty expensive compared to similar featured offerings from BNB and AIO.
The Good and the Bad?
- Simple and Straight forward
- Has a chance to Cop Yeezys!
- Too expensive for something not so powerfull
- doesn't support many cop sites