Nerf blasters have been enjoyed, engaged and experienced for a few decades now, but that doesn’t stop Hasbro from making new versions bigger, better, badder, and bolder. And, perhaps they are somewhat bulkier too. But, they recently designed a performance blaster with advanced features that boys of ages will flip over. It’s the Nerf Ultra One Motorized Blaster and it offers the gold standard in Nerf toys.
Nerf Ultra One Motorized Blaster
This bad boy will take your next Nerf game to a higher and more thrilling level. It comes with a front load drum, instructions and 25 Nerf Ultra darts which are specific to this blaster only. They will not work in any other Nerf blaster. And vice versa, the Nerf Ultra One will not function unless it has the proper darts loaded in its drum. Some assembling is required.
The Nerf Ultra one is motorized and requires 4 C batteries to function (not included). Its high capacity drum cylinder holds all 25 of the included darts. You have to make sure the darts are pushed all the way back on the drum so it’s detected as you pull the trigger.
These darts are the superstars and are not the same as other Nerf darts. The Ultra One darts features a unique design that allows them to fly farther than their counterparts. They are lightweight, shorter, wider, thicker and have an Aerofin end that allows them to be far more accurate and fly further than any other Nerf dart – up to 120 feet.
The Nerf Ultra One Blaster is super easy to load and requires two actions to fire a dart. So, kids can only shoot one dart at a time. Other factors include: the trigger requires a little strength – the handle has a comfortable grip, but small area for hands – and the stock holds an extra 4 darts on each side. You’ll need both hands to balance and fire the Ultra One. Smaller kids might find this blaster a little awkward and heavy, so it’s recommended for ages 8+. If your kids are big on Nerf blasters, then the Ultra One will add more gaming fun to their practice.
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