The tavern-tested Shelti Eye2 combines the best features of past models with smart user-friendly updates in a structurally solid single-piece base, with vinyl covered 3/4″ plywood cabinet. A familiar hinged cabinet design makes the game easy to set up, break down and transport. The back is fully enclosed with a locking door to provide protection and easy access to internal components.
Player enhancements include a new face forward angled overhead scoring unit, universal 110v light and newly enlarged LCD display for optimal player viewing. The programming keypad, expandable controller design and engineered space for the addition of an aftermarket dollar bill acceptor are just a few features that help put you ahead of the game.
Hinged ¾” plywood cabinet design makes the game easy to set up, break down and transport.
Universal 110 Volt Light Fixture
Easy maintenance with optimal light distribution on the target.
Highly-Visible Overhead Scoring
Forward-facing and tipped at 8 degrees for easy-to-see viewing for both players and spectators, even in the busiest locations.
The new dot matrix display area provides player instruction before and during gameplay and improves communication of feats afterward. The new display also enables a path for future capabilities, including personalizing the game to the operator, location, and player.
Auto and Manual Player Change
Operator programmable, including delay timers for automatic and manual player change. The new electronic player change button features no moving parts.
Phone-Style Keypad and LCD Menu Operation
Backlit LCD and 3-button menu enhance operator setup and statistics reporting. The phone-style keypad provides a path to support future features that require player or operator alpha-numeric input.
Multiple Games and Game Options
Includes “old favorites” like “01” games, Cricket, Hi-Score games and popular Wipe-Out, You Pick It and Cut Throat options. It also features fun, speed-based games like Rapid Fire.
Coin and Currency Door
Validator door provides room for a bill acceptor with either a 250-bill or 500-bill stacker. The door is standard with two-coin mechanisms.