How to Program the Planet Eclipse Gtek 180R + Factory Reset

Hey everyone, it's Tony from Lone Wolf Paintball. Today, I want to talk to you about programming the Planet Eclipse 180r. If you've got the brand new 180r and you're wondering how to program it, you're in the right place. We've had a lot of customers asking about this, so I'll walk you through the process. You can get the 180r and other great gear on our website,

So, let's dive into the programming. I've got the marker right here in front of me. It's fresh out of the box from the factory, and you can see it's set to semi with 10 balls per second. To get into programming mode, act like you're turning it off by pressing the power button. When it asks if you want to turn off, just pull the trigger. That's how you enter programming mode.

Now, let's say you want to switch to NXL mode. Click the power button once, and then use the trigger to select NXL. Once you've chosen your mode, click the power button once to save it. Easy enough, right?

One common adjustment players want to make is to the dwell. To change the dwell, press the power button once to go back to using the trigger. Use the trigger to cycle through settings until you reach dwell. Once there, click the power button, and you can adjust the dwell setting. Just be cautious not to set it too low, as it might affect the marker's performance.

If things ever go south and you need to reset everything to factory settings, don't worry. Click the power button once to go back to using the trigger, then pull the trigger. This will bring up the option to restore factory settings. Click the power button once to confirm, and you're back to square one.

Remember, tweaking settings like dwell requires some knowledge, so be sure you know what you're doing. If you ever find yourself in trouble, use the factory reset option to get things back to normal. And of course, if you need the 180r or any other paintball gear, check out our website at Thanks for watching, and catch you later!