Estock has become very popular in the sneaker botting market for the vast amount of success it has had on its supported sites, with the introduction of their new 1.0 update, a lot of eyes are on this bot at the moment. With over 54,000 followers on Twitter, it's popularity has grown quite a lot and the after market value of the bot also reflects this too. You can view their Twitter profile here and when they do restock, they tend to sell out very quickly.
Estock is considered to be an AIO bot given it supports the following sites:
- The Home Depot
- Pokemon Center
- and much more
Estock Video Overview
Estock has a very good looking user interface, paired with its major success on its supported sites, it is a very good bot to use. You can view an overview of your activity within the bot as well as add accounts that can be utilized with your tasks. You can also utilize a variety of captcha solving services in the settings page as well.
Estock Overview Window
On this window within Estock, you can view an overview of your activity within the bot here. You have a few tabs such as the total amount spent as well total checkouts and the total declines. Below that you can view the recent checkouts and the information above is also illustrated on the diagram on the left.
Estock Tasks Window
On this window within Estock, you can view your tasks that you can create on this page. Once you create a task, you can view the total task count on the top left of the page, and you have a collection of buttons at the top of the page too. Varying from the captcha harvester button, to some collective actions buttons of the tasks, the create task button and the import tasks button.
Estock Profiles Window
On this window within Estock, you can view the profiles you have created and also create profiles on this window. You can also navigate to the accounts page which looks pretty similar to this page, you can also manage your Amazon sessions as well. Finally, you do have the option to import profiles as well as accounts too.
Estock Settings Window
On this window within Estock, you can configure the settings for you bot. You have the option to configure the webhook as well as your CapMonster key as well as your 2Captcha key. You also can configure your AYCD Autosolve details and quick task settings. Finally, you can view the useful links within the bot too.
In terms of support, Estock has a ton available for all of their users. Firstly, it's a pretty easy bot to use, so in terms of navigation most people would be fine using the bot but they do also have written documentation within the bot that you can check out if you need further guidance.
Supported sites: Bestbuy, Walmart, Amazon, Target, UNIQLO, The Home Depot, Pokemon Center, Newegg and much more.
Platforms: Windows // Mac
Retail: $250 + $35 a month thereafter