Splash Force only Joined the SNeaker game very recently. And for a new player, it’s been doing just fine. At least it managed to cop on several releases where some the veterans completely failed.
Splash Force seems to be getting better with time. However, the pace at which it’s improving seems to be slow.
Support Usability: Coping Power: Price:
AIO Bot Overview
Market Standard Customer Support
Splash Force offers the usual and basic customer support you can get from almost all other sneaker bots on the market now.
Industry standard usability.
Splash Force has a clean and futuristic-looking user-friendly interface and is fairly easy to use.
Modest Copping Power
It is quite understandable when a new bot is outperformed by sneaker bots with big names. But Splash Force is still doing better than many other bots that are completely drowning in Ls.
Premium Price for Less
For a novice in the game, Splash Force surely costs a lot. In fact, it’s sold for almost as much as the top bot, which can be a deal breaker for many sneakerheads.
The Good and the Bad?
- Good Performance for a New Bot
- Easy to use with a user-friendly Interface
- Very Overpriced
- Copping Power Needs Improvement