In this episode, we go over the Nerf branded items made by Perpetual Play that have been released lately.
Buy one get one 50% off on select Nerf products at Target! This offer is available both online and in-store, and until December 14th, 2013. The great news is that this deal works on already reduced prices, so if you were so inclined, you can get two Centurions for nine cents more ($44.98) than the pre-sale price of one ($44.89)!
Save between 15 and 50 percent on select Nerf products on Amazon! This offer is for a limited time, and while supplies last, so be sure to be quick!
After a few weeks of popping up here and there on various sites online, Nerf Nation has officially unveiled the Nerf N-Strike Elite Mega Magnus blaster! This Mega blaster holds 3 Mega darts in it’s integrated clip, and can get up to 85 feet! Check out the blurb below!
NERF N-STRIKE MEGA MAGNUS Blaster
(Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $15.99/Available: Spring 14)
The N-STRIKE MEGA MAGNUS blaster boasts mighty power and MEGA distance, now in the palm of your hands! Made to go mobile, this one-handed N-STRIKE MEGA blaster features an integrated internal clip so you can reload fast and send the MEGA whistler darts screaming through the air. The MEGA MAGNUS Blaster fires MEGA darts up to 85 feet! Comes with three MEGA Whistler darts. Available at most major retailers nationwide and HasbroToyShop.com
In this episode, we talk about the Rapidstrike.
MAW 2 will be September 21, 2013. Check out http://maw.afon.us for more information!
I backed the TR Kickstarter about a week after it first started. I really enjoy backing blaster toys on Kickstarter and IndieGogo; it gives smaller companies a chance to get on to the market with their toys. I have backed the successful AppTag, the unsuccessful Paper Shooters and now Tek Recon.
This is the first of those crowd-funded blasters that I’ve actually wanted to sit down and do a review. The AppTag was successful, but it doesn’t shoot anything, so I didn’t want to do a review for our blog. We really want to keep our blog to projectile-launching toy blasters (you can check out our non-Nerf reviews at ToyBlasterFan.com).
There’s been quite a bit of hype surrounding Tek Recon’s blasters, and we haven’t really been saying much on the subject. But that’s by design, really. I was excited about the product line once I saw it on FoamFromAbove, but I wasn’t really interested in jumping on the bandwagon fully right away. Even though I was excited, I still had apprehensions about the blasters and the whole ‘AR’ app thing.
Let me now just say that those apprehensions were justified.