Tuesday, 21 January 2014

NEW Exclusive 2014 UK Toy Fair blasters

At college right now about to head in to an exam, thanks to Hasbro for the images!

NEW Nerf Rebelle Secret Agent Bow























·         Ages 8 years & up
·         SRP: £29.99
·         Available: Autumn 2014

The Nerf Rebelle Agent bow is perfect for high-profile missions that require accuracy and skill. Release the string and watch as the first ever Nerf Rebelle foam-dart arrows soar up to 85 feet across the sky making a whistling sound! For added precision, the Agent Bow features an electronic glowing red dot that provides better aiming accuracy with every shot. (trigger activated).

Nerf Mega Thunderbow
 
· Ages: 8 years & up
· SRP: £29.99
· Available: Autumn 2014

Awesome Nerf Mega performance transitions from blaster to bow with the addition of the N-Strike Mega Thunderbow toy. The bow’s dynamic arms and traditional pull back system can fire five Nerf whistler darts in a row up to an amazing 85 feet. Includes 10 Mega Whistler darts and holds up to five Nerf Mega darts at a time.


Nerf Zombie Strike Slingfire











· Ages 8 years & up
· SRP: £29.99
· Available Autumn 2014
Zombie hordes are no match for the ZOMBIE STRIKE SLINGFIRE blaster! The blaster’s lever-action allows for quicker reloads on the run and DIY-style designs lend an authentic feel to any NERF zombie attack. Blaster comes complete with one six dart clip and six ZOMBIE STRIKE darts which can be fired up to 75 feet.


Nerf N-Strike Elite Demolisher 2-in-1 Blaster














· Ages: 8 years & up
· SRP: £44.99
· Available: Autumn 2014

Take Nerf shots to the next level with the 2-in-1 blaster that dominates missions! The Demolisher 2-in-1 blaster is impressive in size and power firing up to 85 feet, featuring semi-motorized blasting, a 10 dart banana clip, and all new missiles. Blaster includes two missiles and 10 N-Strike Elite darts.


In other news, the Nerf Zombie Strike Crossfire was one of 39 that won Toy of 2014 award!

Says who MLD? Well the votes are compiled by independent UK Retailers. Clearly the zombie apoc bandwagon jump was a good gamble!

MORE TO COME after my class! Enjoy :)

14 comments:

  1. The pics don't work

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  2. Nothing on the images.

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  3. If the arrows on that bow weren't so short, I'd be worried about safety issues. I still am, but only because I just KNOW somebody is going to decide that it's still OK to shoot them if the safety end breaks off.

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  4. When does toy fair start? I thought it was today

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  5. It started Yesterday for Press only. Today and tomorrow is for Trade industry people.

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  6. Very valid concerns, will try to get some answers here too, you are thinking exactly what I was when I saw it.

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  7. Should be all good now man, refresh

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  8. Very nice stuff, is there any other places I can keep up with Toy Fair news that isn't Nerf?

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  9. The right side of the clip is transparent, look closely.

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  10. So where is all the attachment pictures??

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  11. Do you predict that blasters may be released in August again? (two or three "fall" releases have occurred in August) I only have wars in the summer due to school/ sports.

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  12. The Rebelle bow is the first Nerf bow that I'm interested in. I'll likely get the Mega Bow simply for collection purposes. The Demolisher and the Slingfire are must owns for me... I'll pick up at least 2 (each) of them

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  13. I agree on the Rebelle bow. I think I might just paint it up be a little more masculine. I thinking Green Arrow.

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