X-Series $499.00 The Eclipse 400X is specifically designed for family-friendly entertainment, where waving around a heavy, realistic-looking metal gun is not preferred. As part of the X-Series of guns, the Eclipse 400X uses Steradian’s exclusive Chimera technology, allowing new games to be remotely downloaded, and enabling instant transmission of scoring information to the internet for players to view. And if the Internet is not available, play as usual and the scores are held until the next time you connect! The Eclipse 400X is sized for hands of all ages, and its light weight makes it suitable even for young children. Rather than a full-size reload lever, the Eclipse 400X features a button for reloading, making it easier for younger players to use. For more competition-minded players, the gun also features a built-in sighting rail that also allows the addition of a scope or red dot sight. To learn more about the Eclipse design philosophy, click here.
• Range: 650 feet in full sunlight • App-based game functions that allow for endless variety • Weight: 1 lb • Light and sturdy polycarbonate frame • Built-in sighting/accessory rail for Red Dot sight (sold seperately) • Completely eye-safe! • Digital readout for all gun functions • High quality sound and light effects • Sling hook • Can be used outdoors or indoors (with included lens reducer) • Industry-leading SunPlay technology
Which Series of equipment do I need?
The Classic Series behaves more like traditional laser tag equipment. Use the Game Controller to program your Classic Series equipment with settings like hit points, ammo limits, which team you are on, etc. Your referee starts the game with a whistle or an air horn. The team with the most number of players left wins!
The X-Series introduces RF, online scoring, hit confirmation, and more. You start and control a game from your laptop computer, using your personalized website at LaserTagScores.com. Select which game you want to play, and click Start Game. The computer displays live scoring, and if you’re connected to the internet, automatically sends the scores up to LaserTagScores.com for people to view on their own computer or mobile phone. Players can share their individual or team scores to friends on FaceBook, Twitter, or Google+. The game continues until only one team remains, or by score when the time runs out.