Polaris is a bot that has been around in the botting community since May 2017 and ever since then its success and consistency has put it within the top tier bots at the moment. All this contributes to the high after market value is currently has and with its sleek UI, you will not be disappointed when using Polaris. They tend to restock through their designated Twitter page (@polarisio) and when they do they sell out extremely fast.
Polaris is considered to be a AIO bot as it currently supports:
- JD Sports US
Polaris Video Overview
Polaris has a very sleek UI that is quite pleasing to operate, on top of their solid success, this is a very bot to use when it comes botting their supported sites. Ranging from their dashboard to segregated tasks collection, you will definitely get a unique botting experience.
Polaris Dashboard Window
On this window within Polaris, you can view the dashboard which contains some useful information for the user. Firstly, it will display the discord username as well as the expiry, on the other side of that box you can click onto the “My Account” button to head to the dashboard and logout the bot using the button below. On the right side of that box you can view the version number as well as the changelog. Below that you can view your checkouts made within the bot illustrated on the diagram and below that you can view each individual checkout made.
Polaris Settings Window
On this window within Polaris, you can view the settings for the bot. You can enable a clock as well CLI, customizable and checkout sounds. You can configure your captcha solvers, presolve and captcha's for finishline. You can then configure your webhooks for both Discord and Slack, you can also test them too. Your delays can configured too on this page and finally, on the right side you can view the log for the bot.
Polaris Solvers Window
On this window within Polaris you can view and create solvers to be used within Polaris with your tasks. You can create a solver using the “create solver” button in the bottom left as well as remove all solvers using the button alongside it. Once you have created a solver it will appear on the screen under the sections name, proxy and actions associated with that solver.
Polaris Tasks Window
On this window you can view and create tasks within Polaris. It is important to note that in this screenshot, the module selected is Supreme which is reflected above at the top, when you create tasks they will appear in the task section with details about the individual task displayed for you to view. You can add tasks with the button on the bottom left and on the bottom row there is a few collective buttons such as starting,stopping and editing all your tasks.
Polaris has a ton of support available for all of their users to ensure that you are comfortable when running their bot. They have written documentation within their discord which helps you run the bot as well as a support team ready to assist you.
Where does Polaris rank among other AIO bots?
Polaris is a very solid bot and that is reflected well with its success as well as its after market value. This bot is definitely one that will not disappoint you and you will be able to attain large success on their supported sites. There is definitely better bots in the market however, Polaris is something that is talked about when it comes to big drops.
Supported sites: Adidas, Footsites, Supreme, Shopify, Yeezysupply, JD Sports, Footlocker EU, DSG & Zalando.
Platforms: Windows // Mac
Retail: €220 and then €80 for 6 months or €100 for 6 months