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NERF N-Strike Elite Rapidstrike CS-18

4.1 out of 5 stars 125 customer reviews
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  • Fastest Firing Nerf Blaster ever
  • Fire over 20 meters
  • Foam darts designed to fly further than before
  • First Fully Automatic Blaster
  • Battle your friends like never before

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions60.5 x 8.6 x 30.5 cm
Batteries:4 C batteries required.
Manufacturer recommended age:3 years and up
Item model numberA3901
Main Language(s)German
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00B2EDPIW
Best Sellers Rank 28,187 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
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Date First Available19 Jun. 2013
  
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Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult

Product Description

Product Description

The Nerf N-Strike Elite RapidStrike CS-18 blaster delivers motorized rapid-fire blasting for awesome dart-firing action with an elite distance of up to 20 meters. It's fast and easy to get ready, get moving, and get blasting with this Nerf N-Strike Elite blaster. Load the 18 Elite Darts into the see-through clip, then attach the clip to the blaster. Hold the acceleration trigger to power up the motor, then pull the launch trigger to let the darts fly fast and far!

Note :

If there are any issues with the product please follow the below Troubleshooting steps:
• Make sure the orange jam door is completely closed on the top of the blaster.
• Check to see if any darts are stuck in the spinning wheels.
• Press and hold the bottom trigger for 2 seconds. Once you hear the motors spinning, then press the top trigger to fire darts.
• Verify the metal contacts and springs are correct in the battery case. There should be two springs and two metal contacts.

Box Contains

Includes RapidStrike CS-18 blaster
18-dart see-through clip
18 Elite Darts and instructions

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By Nick C VINE VOICE on 27 Sept. 2013
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Great fun so far - not had any jamming issues but I found (via my son and the amount of jams in his other Nerf guns I used to have to clear) that all Nerfs eventually start jamming as the projectiles get worn or damaged. Fires superfast - and quite a distance but you're going to get battered in a "Nerf War" unless you have a few fully loaded clips ready to swap out.
With regards to the durability of the gun - time will tell, it's been used most days for a week now with no issues, if there are any I'll add a footnote to the review at a later date.
You might want to get some rechargeable batteries - they'll have paid for themselves by the 4 - 6th charge depending how much you pay for them. I can't say precisely how long the batteries last as I don't know how often he's been using it but I had to recharge them (3000 mah capacity) after 2 days the 1st time but haven't since.
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By n7misc TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Oct. 2013
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Another Nerf gun added to our arsenal. This is a good one. Our daughter thinks it is incredible. Loves how the gun looks and feels. I'm impressed with it - with the usual reservations! It is expensive in battery use - 4 C batteries (not supplied) and they don't last long. Maybe 2 days worth of battling... this is true of our other battery operated Nerfs too so not really a specific negative for this gun.

It's a bit heavy, but she doesn't seem to mind. The clearing up afterwards is never really complete...I'm always finding bullets under beds and behind shelves etc but the amount of fun created makes it worth it. We did buy some extra clips - if this gun is on a Christmas list I advise you to add an extra magazine to the list - it improves the fun so much to be able to click another magazine in and fire away.

I may have to buy another one for Christmas as my partner is not happy with his existing Nerfs any more... don't think he likes being outgunned!

Enjoy.
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I got this primarily for something for my young cousin to do when he visits. He's too old for 'toys' now and we don't have an Xbox in the house (and he's not getting his mitts on my 3DS!) so what to do?

Well, turns out a teenage boy + a garden + a Nerf Gun = hours of fun. I wouldn't recommend this for younger kids, however - not just because it's dangerous (well not really, the darts are foam but neither parents nor pets will appreciate being pelted with them!) but because after a half hour he had to put it down and rest; it was clearly a little too bulky and heavy for him. (Naturally he was back outside 10 minutes later, whooping and shouting like Rambo and occasionally complaining about having to stop to reload.)

It's the kind of activity where it really helps to have 2 or more; as he exclaimed to me 'it's a bit like paint balling by yourself. Fun for a while, but no-one to fire at and no-one firing back at you!'.

It should also be noted this thing EATS batteries and they are not included (of course), so my advice is to stock up before you buy or your child will play for 2 days straight and then be wheedling a trip to the shops out of you to buy more.

Overall provides fun, and it seems like excellent sturdy quality toy that will actually encourage a child out into the fresh air and away from a screen, which can only be a good thing. I think I'll have a go on it myself now my cousin's gone home...
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By Katharine Kirby TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Sept. 2013
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Well worth opening up prior to `gifting' as this Nerf Blaster comes without batteries Duracell MN1400 Plus Power Alkaline C Size Batteries (Pack of 6), or the small screwdriver that is required to open the battery compartment. Scissors, or a knife, are also needed to get into the box and release the gun. Disappointingly no spare foam darts are supplied, and as the range of 20 metres indicates, you may need a fielder to help search out the stray ones. 18 of the little blue/orange foam plugs are included, just enough to fill one magazine. They don't have flights, which would offer greater directional stability, or stickers, as they wouldn't then fit into the magazine.

The ammunition magazine is transparent, to show what's available, but as the timed burst is only 5 seconds from full to empty that is largely superfluous. You snap the pack into position and later use a button to release it.

Check the stock is at optimum extension for size of operator, make sure the jam clearing slider on top is fully closed - the fan won't work if this is open. Look through the sight, take aim at your target then press twice, once to set the machine into life, when it roars just like a hair dryer, and again to shoot. Three foam darts a second are released so it's just a very short burst of fun for far longer time retrieving the ammo. You do get your eye in quickly, however its not archery, you can't improve much, as the manufacturers have focused more on the rate of fire than consistency of direction.

In construction it feels light, perhaps quite likely to snap and crack if dropped or stepped on.
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