Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Nerf Rebelle Powerbelle blaster hits Walmart online +Internals!

Nerf Rebelle Powerbelle blaster finally hits Walmart online!

If you folks remember back when we broke the news of the new Nerf Rebelle Powerbelle blaster (priced Online $29.96), thanks to Nerf fan Dustin Knisley, he spotted it online at Walmart. So what's the lowdown?
Who says you can't look fabulous while you launch a powerful motorized attack? Arm yourself with the show-stopping power of the Powerbelle blaster! This motorized blaster can hurl the ten collectible darts at targets up to 75 feet away. Its easy, precise firing will make you smooth and confident in the battle. Load up your blaster and put extra darts (sold separately) in the dart bag, then sling it over your shoulder on the bandolier strap. You can team up with a friend or go it alone, but either way you're armed for fun with the Powerbelle blaster! Nerf and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.

Nerf Rebelle Powerbelle Blaster:
  • Powerbelle blaster fires darts up to 75'
  • Motorized blasting
  • Easy, precise firing
  • Includes 10 collectible darts
  • Carry extra darts (sold separately) in the dart bag and sling it over your shoulder with the bandolier strap
  • Blaster comes with bandolier, dart bag, 10 darts and instructions
  • Requires 6 AA batteries (not included)

As noted previously, the blaster is listed to achieve "up to 75 ft". Woah, nice work Nerf! It would be interesting to see what they have done internally to adjust this original Dart Tag blaster. I'm hopeful that we will get something in the Elite range as an upgrade, or even under the Zombie Strike range. Might it even be fair to say that we could see Dart Tag v2.0? The blaster is yet to go on general retail release, so stay tuned.
Thanks to Alan John May who picked this up in ToysRus in Edmonton, Canada. I thought this was a Walmart only exclusive? Weird. He got an internal shot up:
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One to be added to your list or not?


  1. I don't think they've done anything different to the internals of the blue trigger version of the Speedswarm. The blue trigger version gets a pretty good range, I just hope they've sorted out the ROF.

    1. I compared them side by side and honestly feel like there getting the same rate of fire and ranges. Sadly it seems to be an exact copy just with a repaint shell.

      BTW this is Dustin from Nerf2Me2 :)

  2. The Speedswarm has a blue trigger by default.

    1. Yes, but the other trigger is detuned to the point of being crap.

  3. Well pass... I've grown tired of this electric takeover.