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Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus

Blast into action with on-the-go dart loading for non-stop battling! The Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus blaster features motorized Speed-Load Technology that automatically loads darts in the drum. The drum stays attached to the blaster, so battlers do n...

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Gun

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Fire

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Blaster

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Auto reload

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Dad

(2 reviews)
Toy

(2 reviews)
Magazine

(1 reviews)
Green

(2 reviews)
Jam

(1 reviews)
Nerf elite

(2 reviews)
Yellow

(1 reviews)
Thing

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Reload mechanism

(1 reviews)
Review accord

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Reviews around gun (5.00 of 5)

  • All in all, a great Nerf gun to add to the collection and a five star rating if the darts travelled farther than 10 feet
  • This is a fantastic Nerf gun—perhaps the best in my sons growing collection
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Reviews around fire (5.00 of 5)

  • I like the rapid fire multiple dart type of guns and this one is a good one
  • The automatic firing is cool and makes battles a blast.

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Reviews around blaster (5.00 of 5)

  • Only downside is that the blaster doesn’t seem to like after market darts.
  • Once past that, perhaps this is going to be the preferred blaster on the field of battle.
  • From there the blaster operates like the full-auto Rapidstrike.
  • In conclusion, this is a fairly reasonably priced “flagship” blaster in the Nerf Elite line.

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Reviews around auto reload (5.00 of 5)

  • The auto-reload works very well with the included drum, and is handy for reloading while on the move during a protracted battle
  • The auto-reload works very well with the included drum, and is handy for reloading while on the move during a protracted battle

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Reviews around dad (5.00 of 5)

  • (Also nice as a dad who ends up loading these guns after my little dude sprays darts all over the back yard -- it's easy enough for a 6-year-old to do, so now I'm not reloading Nerf
  • (Also nice as a dad who ends up loading these guns after my little dude sprays darts all over the back yard -- it's easy enough for a 6-year-old to do, so now I'm not reloading Nerf

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Reviews around toy (5.00 of 5)

  • Overall, this is a great Nerf gun toy
  • A magic toy gun

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Reviews around magazine (5.00 of 5)

  • Excellent product cool magazine

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Reviews around green (5.00 of 5)

  • There is an LED light above the dart feed port that shines solid yellow when it senses that your mag or drum is empty, solid green when it senses that a dart is ready to be fired, solid red when the jam access door is open, and blinks yellow when it senses that the magazine is at maximum capacity (and is unable to cram any more darts into it).
  • The indicator light is solid green, but when revving up the gun no longer sounds like it first did and either does not fire or the bullets do not ingest properly

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Reviews around jam (5.00 of 5)

  • I cleared the jam and again it did the same thing, firing a few feet and jamming

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Reviews around nerf elite (5.00 of 5)

  • reviewMy ProChrono Digital chronograph measured the speed of the darts fired (at peak rev) by this stock Elite Infinus blaster at an average of 72 feet per second (FPS) using Nerf Elite darts (it is capable of shooting any standard Nerf Elite darts; blue, green, white, orange, purple/grey, Starwars themed, Accustrike, and decorated Rebelle darts).
  • Because of the similar art design cues (tiger stripe camouflage embossed on the shell, blue, orange, black, grey plastic shell, etc.), I expected a repeat of the predecessor blaster, the Nerf Elite Hyperfire, but apparently the internals are closer in relation to the Nerf Elite Rapidstrike in that it has a dart-pusher feeding mechanism after it’s conveyor belt relays the dart from your fingertips and to a chamber above the magazine, which then activates another mechanism that pushes the dart down into to the magazine chamber.

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Reviews around yellow (5.00 of 5)

  • There is an LED light above the dart feed port that shines solid yellow when it senses that your mag or drum is empty, solid green when it senses that a dart is ready to be fired, solid red when the jam access door is open, and blinks yellow when it senses that the magazine is at maximum capacity (and is unable to cram any more darts into it).

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Reviews around thing (5.00 of 5)

  • This thing is great
  • I have not found any issues with the Infinus in regard to shredding or jams, and that is a good thing because opening the jam-access door reveals mostly an internal black plastic panel and an even smaller window which allows you to see about half the size of a dart.

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Reviews around reload mechanism (5.00 of 5)

  • The reloading mechanism works flawlessly

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Reviews around review accord (5.00 of 5)

  • (If the second one works better, I will update this review according to whatever actual performance level it might achieve.)

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More about Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus

  • Blast into action with on-the-go dart loading for non-stop battling! The Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus blaster features motorized Speed-Load Technology that automatically loads darts in the drum
  • The drum stays attached to the blaster, so battlers do not have to remove the drum to reload
  • They can load and fire darts without removing the drum, so they can keep battling as they’re reloading
  • The motorized Infinus blaster has a detachable 30-dart drum and comes with 30 Elite darts, giving kids plenty of firepower
  • The blaster is compatible with most other Nerf N-Strike Elite drums and clips (each sold separately)
  • Crush opponents with a relentless barrage of darts from the Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus blaster, which features Speed-Load Technology that automatically loads darts into the drum! Nerf and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro
  • Includes: blaster, 30-dart drum, 30 darts, and instructions
  • CAUTION: Do not aim at eyes or face
  • TO AVOID INJURY: Use only darts designed for this product
  • Do not modify darts or dart blaster
  • Requires 4 D alkaline batteries (not included).