Hello again fellow paintball bloggers and new viewers of the sight we have a very fine discussion today on one of Ultimate Paintball’s most beautiful pieces of paintball heaven the Planet Eclipse Geo CS1. The Planet Eclipse Geo CS1 everyone, is a really beautifulmarker with alot of features I can’t wait to get into.
Look at how pretty she is everyone . The CS1 signals the dawn of a new era for the Eclipse Geo line. Not just a facelift of a previous generation but a complete rework of the platform. Every facet scrutinized. Every aspect deliberated. From the ergonomics to the electronics, reliability to maintenance, and performance to aesthetics, the engineers at Planet Eclipse have left no stone unturned in that elusive quest for perfection. The result? A radical departure from what came before. A new awakening. The CS1.Before delving into the technical innovation that has gone into the CS1 just take a minute and look at the aesthetic beauty of this groundbreaking new marker; at how every component has been designed and manufactured to run seamlessly into the next. Note how the all-new POPS assembly blends effortlessly into the grips, which in turn run smoothly and uninterrupted into the frame and upwards into the body. Gone are the disjointed and disconnected collection of components found on other markers. The CS1 has been created with a holistic approach in order to achieve a new and striking panoptic design language. The attention to stylistic detail unmatched. The flow of the lines mirrored in the structure of the components. A work of art. Part of the new aesthetic has been the removal of all external hoses and pipes. For the first time on an Eclipse marker all air lines run through the frame of the marker. This has been achieved by relocating the new SL5 inline regulator (HPR) to the inside of the frame. But unlike other markers that place the primary regulator in the frame, the CS1 retains a full size piston virtually identical to the previous generation SL4 regulator. From there, the new ISCIS3 solenoid feeds air into the next generation IVCore drivetrain assembly. The IVCore was the first commercially available system to bring true decoupled breechsensing valve technology to a system tuned for reliability and efficiency whilst being completely dwell insensitive. Yet in this latest iteration, larger volume for the firing chamber, modified bolt port geometry and a larger adjustment range for the SFR combined with significant changes to the marker layout mean that all aspects of the shooting experience have been improved. Significantly smoother and quieter than the previous generation yet retaining the efficiency and unquestionable reliability that the IVCore brought first to the Geo, this latest evolution is the most refined yet. The CS1 utilizes a new interface between the electronics in the frame and those mounted to the body, such as the breech sensor and the solenoid. Gone are the plug-in wire-type connections, replaced instead by edge-mount sprung terminals as used in mobile military telecommunications devices to provide reliable and durable connectivity. This type of interface allows the body and frame to be separated without the need to remove the grips or any of the electronics. Simply remove the two hidden frame screws and the frame and body separate effortlessly. This allows quick and easy disassembly to aid with rapid diagnosis and repair in the unlikely event of an internal issue.The CS1 has been years in the making. Thousands of hours of design. Many thousands more of testing. To get to what you see before you. It really is a new beginning for the Geo. One we know you’ll enjoy exploring and discovering.