AIO XL is a newly emerging bot. It is supposed to support more sites but is currently only a Shopify bot. It’s still early to judge this sneaker bot’s performance but it made quite an entrance on the Yeezy Reflective’s release. So it looks promising.
Oak offers support to sites including Shopify, Adidas, FootPatrol, and more. According to the website, you don’t need a strong server to run it. Its focus is on being “lightweight” yet able to run 100+ tasks without crashing.
Heated Sneaks is a sneaker copping extension that performs well on certain releases. Its lower price and ease of use attract new sneakerheads. However, as with all sneaker extensions, the copping ability is limited. Even if the marketing shows otherwise.
Balkobot supports Adidas releases. You get unlimited tasks with a one-time payment. It includes a Catchall account generator with Discord support upon purchase. It works on Windows and Mac and Shopify support is coming soon.
Splash Force was, for a while, one of the best bots on the market. It competed with the top players in the game and got a good reputation doing so. However, it’s been MIA for a couple of months now and that’s not ok for a sneaker bot.
Trip io is one of the best Supreme bots on the market right now, securing items on weeks when all other bots fail. However, if you’re looking for a cheap bot, Trip is not for you. Especially that you get an All-in-One Bot for that same price.
AIOX is a newcomer to the game, with a copping power equivalent to that of an old, experienced bot. However, it’s still an extension which puts limitations on which sneakers it can secure. But the price is so tempting you’d still get it.
Super Cop Bot Shopify is a Chrome extension that’s compatible on Mac and Windows. It supports a handful of Shopify sites at a more affordable price than other bots. It supports credit cards and Paypal.