GEO 3.1 FEATURES
Geo 3 Cure ST1 And ST2 Bolt Assemblies
Gen 2 ISCIS (Innovative Solenoid Controlled Isolation System) Solenoid Valve
Geo 3 Propshaft with Spring-Loaded Drive Core
LV1-Style Grip Frame and Grips
AT Pipe System
Full Length Rear Console
Integrated Body Filter
Bolt Speed Control System (BSC)
SL4 Inline Regulator - Works With Any Tank
E-Portal Compatible - Update Firmware, Splash Screens and User Settings
Shaft4 Barrel 14.5"/0.689" - Longer, tighter control bore improves efficiency and consistency
Multicoloured Transflective LCD Module
Extended Grip Pitch - Increased Comfortable and Stability
Spool Valve Design
Low Reciprocating Mass - Bolt 17g
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
POPS - On/Off/Purge ASA System
Planet Eclipse Geo 3.1Let me start this review by saying, I've been using a Geo 3 since they came out early last year. That gun blew my mind with how reliable, smooth, and accurate it was. It was also the best gun I've...
Let me start this review by saying, I've been using a Geo 3 since they came out early last year. That gun blew my mind with how reliable, smooth, and accurate it was. It was also the best gun I've ever used in terms of being soft on brittle paint. I broke less than 10 paintballs all of last year (barrel breaks) and it always basically shot itself clean again; this is for all the practices and tournaments I played in 2013 and one event in 2014. I've never had a gun be that good with paint and it just blows my mind
I was a little hesitant about the 3.1 only because there wasn't much changes to the gun other than the macroline situation, which is strictly for aesthetics because all you guys think having a macroline makes the gun worse? I dont know However, because of my new team's relationship with Planet Eclipse I was able to get one for a very good price in my gear package so I went with it... okay now for my review on the 3.1
I did notice a slight change in sound signature from the Geo 3; not so much of a *snap* and slightly quieter. It shot pretty smooth out of the box but now she's about 5,000 shots deep and she's smoothing out oh-so-nicely. Efficiency wise, it's only marginally better than the 3 -- I can easily get a hopper and 9 pods out of the 3.1 on a 68/45 fill. The front rubber grips weren't doing it for me, so I removed them and just wrapped the reg with athletic tape and it feels much better to me now
Overall, one of the best tournament markers you can buy. Reliable, smooth, quiet, accurate, sexy, comfortable in the hands, easy to maintain, lightweight, and Planet Eclipse markers have the best boards / oled displays on the market!! In all honesty I really cant think of a downside to this beauty. You won't be disappointed
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Currently 5/5 stars.
Planet Eclipse Geo 3.1Got from our sponsorship. It is a great shooting gun, and i would recommend it over any other brand gun.
This gun shoots insanely accurate, very smooth, it's everything you could ask for in a gun!...
Got from our sponsorship. It is a great shooting gun, and i would recommend it over any other brand gun.
This gun shoots insanely accurate, very smooth, it's everything you could ask for in a gun! Decently efficient, i haven't gotten a chance to shoot over 5 pods w it on a full fill, but it shoots very good. will be shooting this for the rest of the season and i can almost guarentee that i wont have any complaints either!
Eclipse Did everything right with this gun! dont hesitate to pick one up!
Planet Eclipse Geo 3.1Appearance
The Geo 3.1 builds on the last design flexing a masculine bold design with the elegance and craftsmanship that PE is known for. Despite the reinforced grip frame, the Geo 3.1 is still...
The Geo 3.1 builds on the last design flexing a masculine bold design with the elegance and craftsmanship that PE is known for. Despite the reinforced grip frame, the Geo 3.1 is still very sleek (very slim) and lightweight. As the Geo 3, The Geo 3.1 is a rollover of the the trimmed down milling, raised grip frame for a better line of sight, extended real rubber contact point, slightly larger visual display, new eye covers, solenoid adjustment screw, fore grips on the HP regulator, and the NEW air transfer pipe, which replaces the need for a macro line. There have been significant progressions in appearance and performance from the original Geo to the Geo 2 to the Geo 2.1, Geo 3, and now the Geo 3.1
The performance of the marker is spectacular over the previous Geos, with the exception of the Geo 3 for which the marker is an upgrade from. Not that the others were slouches, but the Geo 3.1 just takes that necessary step forward that I had been waiting to occur in that the marker shoots significantly more consistent and smoother. Is it the Luxe 1.0, DM, or Clone GT smoothÖ? Not quite, but if you are bold enough to dwell tune your marker, it will certainly surprise most skeptics on how smooth this marker can be. The Geo 3.1 shoots corner to corner and across the field with no problem and is extremely accurate with the stock barrel or aftermarket barrels. Itís fast on the draw and very comfortable (even though the Geo 3.1 is compact). Having the solenoid adjustment screw will help players fine tune the marker even further for even better smoothness (as mentioned earlier). The Geo 3.1 does come with an improved and simpler solenoid, which was introduced in the Geo 3. PE is all about the KISS method (keeping it simple but yet effective). On top of that, it shoots 2-4 pods more than itís predecessors making it a marker for all positions whether you play rec-ball, PSP, or 7 man.
Without saying, PE has hit another home run with reliability and that holds true with the Geo 3. Maintenance is quick and painless with no tools required to breakdown the marker. Simply clean the bolt and propshaft, re-lube and reassemble. The regulator needs minimal maintenance every 2-3 months, which is also plus.
For tournament, recball, and beginners, the Geo 3 is the marker for the job with no tools required to disassemble, ease of maintenance, outstanding performance, and reliability, the price point is fair and reasonable.
The Geo 3.1 receives 5 Stars for Appearance, Performance, Reliability, and Value.
Is it worth upgrading from the Geo 3 to the Geo 3.1? Check one out, shoot it, and decide for yourself. For me, it was a resounding yes.
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Planet Eclipse Geo 3.1all i can say is it was worth every penny i paid
Planet Eclipse Geo 3.1Recently have have been playing around with my geo 3.1 and overall i have seen no problems. The gun looks and feels great in the hands. The one and only "problem" i have with it is i was a little...
Recently have have been playing around with my geo 3.1 and overall i have seen no problems. The gun looks and feels great in the hands. The one and only "problem" i have with it is i was a little dissapointed with the preformance. I own a Geo3 also, and i have my geo 3 tuned to a softer shot than the 3.1. This may just be the gun not quite broken in yet bbut over all this is a great marker.
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Planet Eclipse Geo 3.1One of the best guns on the market. Not too many changes from the Geo3 but its hard to really change something that was almost already perfect. The new grips fit comfortably in your hands. I...
One of the best guns on the market. Not too many changes from the Geo3 but its hard to really change something that was almost already perfect. The new grips fit comfortably in your hands. I absolutely love having no macroline. Its a little pricey but its worth it and performs like what you've come to expect from a high end planet eclipse marker.