CS1.5 Paintball Marker
verb (used with object)
1. To bring out the capabilities or possibilities of; bring to a more advanced or effective state.
To many, the Eclipse CS1 altered the high-end marker landscape for good. With its incredibly soft shot, minimal kick, bullet-proof reliability and quiet sound signature it gave the professional athlete the ultimate tool needed to succeed.
But in an increasingly fast-paced and wildly competitive arena where success is expected, the pressure for players and teams to develop and improve is huge, so we must match this pace with improvements to our equipment.
Taking influences from the CSR and CSPro versions of the CS1, the CS1.5 brings a well balanced performance package that will continue the success of the platform. And those who use it.
Gone are the sweeping lines and curves of the original, replaced with a more direct and angular styling package of hard edges and notches throughout hinting at the CS1.5s ‘all business’ attitude. These cutting styling cues continue with a bespoke POPS design and blade trigger completing the look.
The Blade Trigger emphasises the more angular styling along with a bespoke AT2 POPS System to reflect the aggressive body lines
The cosmetic changes continue with a new low-profile feed neck with self-locking sprocket thumbwheel to streamline the profile of the CS1.5
Finally, the hugely popular Shaft FL carbon fibre barrel system that debuted with the CSR (designed and manufactured in collaboration with DeadlyWind™) has been added to the package for optimum performance and weight saving intent. And speaking of weight, the CS1.5 weighs just 892g, over 90g lighter than the original CS1.
The insanely light Shaft Fl Carbon Fibre two-piece barrel with rubber grip section performs as good as it looks
In short, the Eclipse CS1.5 is proof that through continual development we can truly make something great, even greater.
- CS1.5 Bespoke Custom Milled Body NEW
- CS1.5 Bespoke Backcap for Quick release bolt mechanism NEW
- CSR Inspired Frame NEW
- CS1.5 Bespoke POPS Assembly NEW
- CSR Blade Trigger NEW
- Shaft FL Barrel System With 0.689" Insert and Rubber Grip NEW
- Shaft FL Carbon Fibre barrel tip - Total length 14.5" NEW
- 95g Lighter than CS1 NEW
- Low profile feed neck with locking sprocket wheel NEW
- Two piece wrap-around interlocking grips with integrated push-button console and display lens
- Quick release eye covers
- IVCore Bolt System
- SFR Bolt Speed Control
- Non-slip rubberised foregrip/battery cover
- 2 x AA battery operation
- Tool-less Battery replacement
- SL5 inline regulator in grip frame
- Quick-disconnect electrical body to frame interface
- Pocketed and captured air transfer seals
- Interchangeable tigger profiles
- 120psi operating pressure
- Ultra low power solenoid pilot valve
- In-House manufactured user-serviceable ISCIS3 valve
- Micro USB programming port
- Eportal 3 compatible
|Weight||892g/1.96lb (inc Barrel,Battery,Feed,POPS)|
|Length||552.1mm/21.736" (inc Barrel)|
|Barrel||6061-T6 Aluminium/Carbon Fibre|
|Eye Covers||6061-T6 Aluminium|
|User Interface||3 Button on frame with tourney lock on PCB|
|Display||Transflective LCD w/ Tru-Color adjustable backlite|
|Power Supply||2x AA 1.5V (LR6)|
|E-Portal||Yes, via On-Board USB Micro-B Socket (Cable Not Supplied)|
|ASA Mount||AT2 POPS (Push On Purge System)|
|Trigger Methods||Micro-switch and Break Beam Opto-switch|
|Trigger Mechanism||Leaf Spring and Magnetic Return|
|Trigger Pivot||Dual instrument ball race units mounted in bearing carrier|
|Barrel||Shaft FL Carbon Fibre two-piece barrel system with 3 bore inserts (Total length 14.5")|
|Feed Tube||Low profile lever operated Clamping Feed with Sprocket Thumb Wheel|
|Operating Principle||Spool Valve|
|Solenoid Type||Bespoke In-house Engineered 5-way Solenoid w/SMC Pilot valve|
|Drive Mechanism||CS1 IV Core with quick-release back cap|
|Bolt Mechanism||Spool Cure ST1 and ST2 Bolts|
|SFR (Solenoid Flow Restrictor)||Yes|
|Grip Type||Contoured dual density grip|
|Firing Modes||Semi & Ramping capped and uncapped|
|Debounce Modes||10 Debounce modes|
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CS1.5 Tech Support Videos
To help demonstrate how to maintain and service essential parts of your marker we’ve created a collection of dedicated marker maintenance videos to guide the user through each step. From basic, to more advanced parts of the marker.
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