DLX Luxe TM40 Markers
Introducing the DLX Technologies Luxe® TM40
The Luxe TM40 is the physical definition of the Luxe brand, clean and minimalistic yet instantly recognizable. Luxe ergonomics have set the industry standard since the Luxe was introduced, and has always been based upon feedback from the top players in our sport. Nearly every component of the core has been altered and redesigned to improve efficiency, shot quality, and ball handling. With a mechanically optimized core, the Luxe TM40 goes where no Luxe has gone before - mechanical. Featuring an industry-first tool-less mechanical conversion, the TM40 is ready to compete and win in nearly any competitive paintball genre.
- Dust Black / Gloss Black
- Dust Black / Gloss Blue
- Dust Black / Gloss Gold
- Dust Black / Gloss Green
- Freak Ribbon
- Freak Stickerbomb
- Guns Grenades & Roses
- TM40 - Dust Black / Gloss Black
- TM40 - Dust Blue / Gloss Blue
- TM40 - Dust Pewter / Gloss Pewter
- TM40 - Dust Red / Gloss Red
DLX Luxe TM40 Markers
Luxe is already known as one of the highest-quality paintball markers on the market, and the TM40 is at the top of the Luxe heap. The DLX Luxe TM40 marker is the newest version of the Luxe platform and is sure to delight avid recreational players and professionals alike. The TM40 platform is filled with new features like the F-16 bolt system. However, the greatest features of older versions have also kept a strong place in the new marker platform.
DLX covered the marker with their WS2 coating, the same coating that NASA uses as a dry lubricant on their spacecraft. The new bolt system also increases accuracy while using less air per round for extreme efficiency. Further efficiency can be seen in the ability to switch between manual and electronic configurations without the use of any tools which has never been done before. Finally, the TM40 received some aesthetic upgrades with a sleek, low-profile design. The foregrip and the extra-large trigger guard allow for high rates of accurate fire while the burnished finish makes the marker shine inside and out.
TM40 Bolt System
The TM40 bolt system may look like the old Luxe X bolt system, but this new system has superior flow with greater air volume. This allows the TM40 to shoot at lower pressures while reaching the max FPS even when configured to mechanical.
TM40 Frame System
The TM40 needs very few tools for maintenance and configuration. The grip can easily be removed by removing the bolt and unlocking the latches at the front and rear of the frame. This versatility is perfect for a marker that can switch from electric to mechanical.
TM40 Flex PWR
The TM40 has variable charging options. Players can leave the battery in the gun and charge with a cable or remove the battery for quick charging. The Li-ion batteries are able to hold approximately three times the charge of previous Luxe batteries.
TM40 Breach System
The TM40 was built with brittle paintballs in mind. The low-pressure system, ported barrel, and breach system can all handle the brittlest paint around. The ball detents are very soft on paint and therefore have a long life span.
TM40 Barrel System
The TM40 has by far the best barrel system on the market. The Freak XL barrel offers a longer control bore which increases both accuracy and distance. Each TM40 comes with the .68 gauge insert but can be interchanged with other barrels.
TM40 vs. Luxe X
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Describe products, share announcements, or welcome customers to your staThe Luxe X is the generational predecessor of the TM40. While the Luxe X is a fantastic gun in its own right, the TM40 made significant improvements on a number of different components.
Those who are familiar with the Luxe X will feel at home with the TM40 which has a very similar marker body. However, the TM40 does feel a little more sturdy and sticky in your hands because of the grips and body frame.
The two markers also feel different when shooting. Many described the Luxe X as a little jumpy. DLX reengineered the action to produce a buttery smooth shot. In nearly every way, the TM40 beats the Luxe; if you want the Cadillac of markers, look no further.