HawkMesh has been in the botting community for quite a long time, for some time it was regarded one of the best bots in the community alongside with bots such as Cybersole and other big names. Recently, with the introduction of other major bots, it can be said that it has been knocked down in the rankings however, it is still a very solid bot to use on its supported sites. The sites that HawkMesh support are Footpatrol, Size?, JDSports, Size? Previews, & TheHipStore. HawkMesh rarely restocks, but when they do, they restock through their Twitter which can be found here
HawkMesh Video Overview
HawkMesh has a very basic looking user interface compared to other bots on the market at the moment, however, that does not take away from its success on their supported sites. It can be said that as long as the bot works well, the looks of the bot should not matter to some degree. HawkMesh also takes a unique approach to the creation of profiles and tasks, making them segregated from each other on two separate pages so that the process is less complex.
HawkMesh Tasks Window
On this window within HawkMesh, you can view the tasks you have created from the “add task” page. Your created tasks have details listed under a variety of headers which are the task number, the name of the task, the store, the pid, the size as well as the profile being used for the task. You have some collective action buttons at the top right as well as individual task actions too.
Add Tasks Window
HawkMesh Add Tasks Window
On this window within HawkMesh, you can add tasks that will appear on the “tasks” of the bot. You have a variety of fields to configure on this page such as the name, store, profile, size etc. You also have the option of adding the task or adding followed by the task running immediately. Another unique part of the task creation process is the option to enter a discount code with the task, not many bots have this feature.
Add Profiles Window
HawkMesh Add Profiles Window
On this window within HawkMesh, you can add a profile that can be used with your tasks. You have the option to configure the profile name so you can distinguish this profile among your other profiles you create. The process of creating the task is pretty simple, after filling out your information, click the add button and your profiles will appear in the “profiles” section of the bot.
HawkMesh Settings Window
On this window within HawkMesh, you can configure the settings for the bot. Things such as the retry delay, loop mode delay, captchas limit per APIkey etc. You do also have the option to import and export your profiles or your tasks. Finally, you have a few options to configure below that section, once you're done with configuring the settings, click the save button to save the changes.
In terms of support, HawkMesh 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 if you wish to use that. Finally, you can watch our video overview if you need guidance on how to use the bot.
Supported sites: Footpatrol, Size?, JDSports, Size? Previews, & TheHipStore
Platforms: Windows // Mac