Sneaker botting is a competitive industry. With more bots being developed all the time, it’s tough to find one that works on a variety of different sites. Yes, you might find one that does everything well, from Shopify sites to footsites, but it might also run you $6,000. That’s where Nebula comes into play, it’s a bot that isn’t as expensive but still has a ton of success for users. This bot isn’t for a newbie to the world of sneaker botting. You have to have a good idea of what you’re doing to really get the most out of it. If you’re looking to invest in sneakers and you want a bot with a lot of power, Nebula could be the clear choice for you.
At the time of writing this, Nebula is selling for around $1,400. This might seem like a steep price compared to cheaper bots with success like Nike Shoe Bot, but it’s nothing when compared to a more expensive bot like Wrath, which is being sold for around $6,000.
In this article, you’ll find a how-to-use guide as well as my personal review. If you’ve never used the bot before in the past then it’s suggested that you look at the how-to-use guide so you can get a gist of the difficulty in the setup process. The review section features both the pros and cons of the bot so you can decide on your own whether it’s worth the money. (We also wrote a Nike Shoe Bot review & how to guide if you are comparing bots).
What is Nebulabots?
Nebulabots is an automatic checkout software that is purchased online and downloaded to your computer. When it comes to purchasing Nebula, it can be tricky. Just like many other hyped sneaker bots, to purchase the bot at the retail price of a couple of hundred dollars you have to either catch it on a Twitter release, which is near impossible to do, or have a cook group get an exclusive offer to purchase it.
If you can’t get it through one of these methods, you can either buy it from a resale website for about $1,400 or rent it from a bot renting site. If you’re just testing it out then it’s suggested that you rent the bot out first so you don’t spend over a thousand dollars on a bot you don’t like.
One good thing about paying resale prices for Nebula is that you can resell it yourself if you want to. It might even go up in value if it’s performing well and you’ll make money just by investing in the bot and holding it.
Using Nebula, not only will you be quicker at checking out products than any manual user but you’ll also be faster than any bot that is in the basic tier like NSB or Easy Cop Bot. Nebula is a more versatile bot because it can cover a variety of sites, including:
- Foot sites (Eastbay, Foot Locker, Champs, Footaction)
- Collectibles (Target, Walmart)
- Yeezy Supply
- Shopify sites
This is the benefit of Nebula, it’s a great bot that works on a ton of different sites. It’s not the best bot in it’s class at any one specific site, but it competes with each of the best bots at every different site.
More access to different sites leads to more chances of copping items that you want. It also has a limited user base so you don’t have to worry about support in a Discord group being a problem.
How to use Nebula
Depending on how you were able to purchase Nebula, you’ll receive an email with software to download, an API Key, and an access token. From there, you’ll open Nebula and enter your API Key and access token in the top right corner dropdown marked ‘settings.’ From there, you’ll enter your accounts and shipping rate settings.
One feature about Nebula that not many other bots have is the shipment tracking monitor. You can plug in the tracking information from your shipping orders and the bot will tell you exactly where your orders are.
To get Nebula running, you’re going to first need to head to the proxies tab. Like other bots, Nebula gives you the option to test your proxies and make sure they are live and running. All you need to do is copy and paste in your proxies.
Just like most bot, running tasks is how you check out items. The tasks run based on the proxies that you have plugged in and the profiles you have.
For Nebula, you can plug in different tasks for different sites and run them all at the same time. It’s as simple as choosing a site, a proxy, a billing profile, and clicking the start button.
There is a profile section where you can add your billing information and user profile information. One cool thing about entering your billing and profile information into Nebula is that the display that pops up is nice and easy to see. It’s in the shape of a credit card with the profile information attached to it.
In general, Nebula’s displays are an attractive feature of the bot. They make it simple to navigate the software and make it easier to learn.
This section is where you set up your harvester for different sites. Harvesters are for captchas and you can use Nebula to log in to your YouTube account and help show activity so sites think your bot is a human.
- The fact that Nebula can run tasks for sneaker foot sites, Shopify sites, Supreme, Yeezy Supply, and collectible sites is quite impressive. It’s even more impressive because of how well it performs on all of these sites.
- Nebula’s dashboard and display make it very easy to learn and fun to run. It’s a clean setup.
- It comes at a cost-effective price point on BotBroker of around $1,300 and that’s a steal for how well it performs on so many different sites.
As I move onto the cons, remember that these are based on my own use of the bot and others that I know have used it with the same experiences. You might not experience the same problems, but a lot of people do. My goal is to be transparent so you don’t waste your money on something that doesn’t suit your needs.
- Nebula is not the top bot for any specific site and it doesn’t look like it will be anytime soon. If you want to buy 50 pairs of shoes from Footlocker or Yeezy Supply, there are better bots on the market that have a higher chance of doing that for you.
- Depending on the release, Nebula just simply might not perform well. It might not be anything that you do, sometimes it just doesn’t hit. Unlike super high-tier bots, it doesn’t perform its very best each and every time you run it.
Final Thoughts On Nebulabots
In conclusion, Nebula is multi-faceted in terms of the value that it offers users. On one end, it’s a bot that has the potential to hit on a lot of hyped sneakers that a lot of people are going for. It doesn’t matter if you’re running it on Champs Sports or Kith, you’ll be able to consistently see success by using this bot.
At the same time, the bot is unbindable from your Discord so you are able to buy it and sell it later at whatever the market price is. In some cases, the market price for this bot might have gone up and you might make money just from buying the bot and selling it. This is additional income on top of any money you might make from buying sneakers with the bot and selling them for a profit.
However, Nebula isn’t the best in its class in any one category. As previously stated, it can compete with the best bots out there for Shopify sites or Yeezy Supply, but it isn’t the best bot that you can find. If you’re looking for the best bot for a specific site, it might be better to look at a different bot.