Another Nike Bot: Nike SNKRS Bot Review
A new version of the trusty Nike bot.
Ah, good old ANB. Another Nike Bot was one of those pioneers that laid the groundwork for other bots to come. Although the bot is no more, the same developers have released a few different bots since, including the Nike SNKRS bot.
So, this is really less an Another Nike Bot review than it’s a Nike SNKRS Bot review. Let’s go over its pricing, functionality and what to keep in mind when deciding if ANB’s Nike SNKRS bot is the right choice for you.
Right off the bat, you’ll notice that ANB is not a one-off purchase but rather a subscription. For a non-refundable 6 month usage, you’ll need to pay $299. Considering that the bot only tailored to Nike, this automatically puts quite a few restrictions on your cops. But if you’re truly only after Nikes, then the price could be worth it.
Personally, money-wise a one-off of purchase (such as AIO Bot) might be a smarter move. A thing to consider though: AIO doesn’t support SNKRS. So, there’s no definite answer to which one is better altogether – it all depends on what you’re after.
ANB’s Nike SNKRS bot is beginner-friendly but also quite powerful, considering it allows running up to 500 tasks. Because it’s so beginner-friendly, the interface is simple and easy to use. All you have to do before getting ready to cop is select an upcoming drop from the handy release calendar, fill in your billing information, and you’re all good to go. Don’t forget to set up multiple accounts and check your proxies before the first drop (your accounts will be saved afterwards, so you’ll only need to double-check this information once).
Just like the name suggests, ANB supports Nike only. While this can be a drawback to some, others might be overjoyed about it. If you’re sure that you won’t be interested in any other brands, then the SNKRS bot might be the one for you.
As for the platforms, you should ideally have Windows 10 installed. Alternatively, you can get ANB up and running on macOS as well; you’ll just need to set up a virtual machine for it (ANB provides a tutorial).
When trying to contact their customer support, ANB doesn’t really advertise a chat (or even email for that matter) to get in touch. My best guess is because the bot is currently out of stock, they were most likely getting flooded with messages about the restock. If you look at the Q&A section of their product page, it’s filled with unanswered questions about the restock. This doesn’t raise trust in ANB’s support.
However, once you buy Nike SNKRS Bot, you receive access to a Discord server with information about the latest releases, tips and tricks, and all that jazz.
What Proxies Should You Use for Nike SNKRS Bot?
Ah, a tale as old as time: what proxies should I use with ANB Bot? As a general rule, with any kind of bot, you’d always want to go for rotating residential sneaker proxies. You don’t want datacenter IPs with Nike – there’s too big of a chance they’ll get banned.
Residential proxies work best for bots such as ANB because they come from real devices, so they appear as IP addresses of real users and can successfully purchase goods without raising any suspicion.
Is ANB Nike SNKRS Bot Really Worth It?
Now that you know what Nike SNKRS bot is all about, let’s go over the things you should keep in mind when deciding if this bot is the right fit for you.
- Integrated SNKRS drop calendar: this has to be the most convenient feature of this bot. You’ll never miss a drop again!
- Easy to use: the bot is definitely not the hardest to crack, especially because of the aforementioned drop calendar.
- Big allowance of simultaneous tasks and Nike accounts: Nike SNKRS bot allows up to 10 tasks to be run at once and gives you an option to have as many as 500 Nike accounts. Both of these aspects massively increase your chances of successful copping.
- Fast operation and copping: even with a large number of simultaneous tasks and accounts, ANB’s Nike SNKRS bot sustains an impressive speed.
- Doesn’t support macOS: The bot only supports Windows. This can be fixed by using a virtual machine.
- On the pricier side: Nike SNKRS bot doesn’t come as a one-off purchase. Rather, it requires a 6-month subscription for $299. If we’re comparing with Better Nike Bot (BNB) that costs $200 (no subscription required), then Nike SNKRS bot really sounds a bit much in comparison.
Another Nike Bot Review Conclusion
To sum up, ANB’s Nike SNKRS Bot’s pros outweigh the cons. If you’re after a fast bot with good chances to get some Nike cops, then this bot might be the one for you.
is there a complete list of what sites does nike shoe bot support
Yup. There you go jrm: https://www.nikeshoebot.com/product/nike-shoe-sneaker-bot/
ty for the guide