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Nerf Vortex Nitron

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  • High-tech features include an electronic scope with pulsing lights to for easy targeting and an acceleration trigger on the blaster to let you power up for ultimate-distance blasting
  • Includes a 20-disc magazine, 20 discs and onboard storage for additional magazines to give you maximum firepower. Additional magazines and discs sold separately
  • With Tactical Rail System, compatible with most VORTEX and N-STRIKE Mission Kit accessories, for customizing your blaster
  • As with all VORTEX blasters, features XLR long-range disc technology to launch discs an ultra long distance
  • NITRON blaster comes with electronic scope, 20-disc removable magazine, 20 discs and instructions
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Nerf  Vortex  Nitron + Nerf Vortex Tech Kit + Vortex Ammo Belt
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26.4 x 12.2 x 6 inches ; 4.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Bulgaria
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004SKX8M0
  • Item model number: 32218
  • Our recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,428 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Offering long-range, high-powered disc-blasting technology, NERF VORTEX blasters hurl ultra-distance discs for the ultimate battle experience!


Enjoy exceptional accelerator technology and ultimate-distance blasting with the Nerf Vortex Nitron. Xtra Long-Range technology makes Nitron one of the premier blasters for your battlefield experience. Nitron is fully compatible with Vortex accessories, allowing you to take advantage of Nitron's capabilities for extra storage and quick reloading.

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Vortex Nitron Blaster
  • Ages: Eight and up
  • Requires: Six 1-1/2-volt C or LR 14 alkaline batteries, two 1-1/2-volt AAA or R03 batteries, and small Phillips-head screwdriver
At a Glance:
  • Battery-powered operation powers up blaster for efficient, rapid firing
  • XLR technology hurls discs to ultimate distances
  • Offers space for additional magazine storage and customizable details (sold separately)
Nerf Vortex Nitron Blaster
Nerf Vortex Nitron blasters hurl ultra-distance discs for the ultimate battle experience. View larger.
Efficient, Powerful Technology

Nitron uses Xtra Long-Range (XLR) technology to propel a full-auto storm of discs towards targets to an extreme range. An acceleration trigger powers up the motor to hurl discs from a 20-disc magazine. Additional magazine storage holds extra discs for efficient reloading (supplementary magazine and discs sold separately).

Simple Assembly for Maximum Distance

A combination of battery power and disc technology makes this blaster as fun as it is effective. The discs slide easily into the magazine for loading and the magazine snaps firmly into place when inserted into active or storage openings. A disc-eject switch slides forward to lock the magazine into place for the blaster to function.

To prepare for rapid firing, squeeze down on an acceleration trigger to power up the motor. At that point, you're free to pull the standard trigger and overpower your opponent with the range of your blaster. In the rare case of a disc jam, the disc-eject switch easily slides backward to clear the jammed disc.

Realistic and Customizable Detailing

An attachable Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope centers your aim with pulsing targeting lights, which can flash at three different rates with the push of a button. Though our testers did not often use this accessory, they found its multiple light-up options provided a pleasing extra detail to the overall battlefield experience.

Because it uses the Tactical Rail System, Nitron is compatible with most accessories from Vortex and N-Strike systems, giving you the option to personalize this blaster.

What's in the Box

Blaster, Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope, 20 discs, magazine storage, and assembly instructions.

Customer Reviews

Our son loves it.
A. Meyer
This toy is fun for kids, they love it and the discs are harmless.
Alejandro Rubio
The scope is cool looking but does not work well for viewing.
Anthony W. Adkins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 85 people found the following review helpful By J. A. KONRATH VINE VOICE on August 25, 2011
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This is my son's review of this Nerf product:

This Nerf gun is fantastic! Everything about it is cool. It shoots automatically and has great distance each shot. There's only two things I don't like about it. One, if you're shooting inside your house you can lose the discs (bullets) very easily. They basically bounce off every wall you have in your house! The second one, the laser sights that come with this gun aren't very useful. It's basically a flashing green light with low visibility. Once again this guns range is incredible! If you really want to test it go outside on a nice day with no wind and fire away!. My guess would be this gun shoots between 35-50 feet! It shoots farther than any other of my Nerf guns! My rating is 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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52 of 62 people found the following review helpful By M. Marcus on August 3, 2012
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This is a battery operated Nerf gun, which has a high performance ignition fan that when turned on and with the squeeze of the trigger will propel the disc! This is a very high-tech toy!

My son is an avid Nerf collector and knows a lot about them. This is a video review he did of the Vortex series and tells you about the different features of each one.

Hope this review helps you out!
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66 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Crout on September 13, 2011
The interesting thing about this gun is that it runs off a flywheel system, with the "automatic" part being some sort of governor plunger that pushes discs into the flywheels at a set rate. This gives the blaster a good reliable rate and range of fire, meaning that the learning curve is pretty simple. The integrated handgaurd safety that powers up the flywheels was a clever design, I like it a lot more than the flywheel release on something like, say, the barricade. That said, I would not recommend this gun to any hardcore nerfer. The reason for this is that it doesn't really provide anything the Praxis or the Vigilon can't do for half the cost or less. Basically the key killer for the Nitron is its rate of fire. It fires about 1-1.5 discs per second. This puts it in a weird position, since that's not fast enough to be something like a squad support blaster or a front man, but the weight of the 6 C-Batteries means that as a sniper it's too much excess weight. The nature of the Nitron's automatic fire puts it in a position where it's not really better than any of the other guns in the series, despite being 20 bucks more AT MINIMUM. That's really the only reason for the 3 star review:
It's a fun gun, but it's really heavy and expensive for the things it can do. If you wanna buy your child a blaster, go with the Vigilon or the Praxis, since both are good and reliable, and no matter what the blaster is the firing mechanism is the same for all of the non powered guns, so you're getting the same range. Do NOT get the nitron, as it's sadly a waste of money for what you get.

TO A MODDER HOWEVER, this blaster is amazing, because if you up the voltage with some good old fashioned Li-Ion 3.7V Batteries instead of the 6 1.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Hyun Yu VINE VOICE on September 14, 2011
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When NERF announced the Vortex line of blasters earlier in the year, and that the disc-shaped foam projectiles were going to be used, I was skeptical. I thought, why would they abandon the tried-and-true darts and go with discs? It just didn't seem possible that the discs would be as accurate as the darts.

Well, a week after getting my Nitron and playing with it, I am a firm convert. This thing ROCKS! This is the first NERF blaster (that's not modded) where I can get the projectiles to go consistently where I aim the blaster. And while the discs in flight seem deceptively slow, it's still fast enough to smack you, right when you think "that thing's so slow, I can easily move out of the way (à la Neo in the Matrix movies!). Since I've gotten the Nitron, I've also picked up the Vigilon, Proton, and Praxis from a local store, and I can attest that they all shoot accurately, despite the Nitron being a flywheel blaster and the other three being spring-powered.

This thing is just FUN.

I have two minor complaints. OK, they are not really complaints, they are more of observations. First, because the discs spin rapidly when you shoot them, whey they hit the target, they don't just fall down or bounce down like the darts, instead they ricochet off at an angle and end up far from where you hit. In our office we've lost disproportionately more discs than we have with the foam darts. The other observation is the cost of the replacement discs. At the local store, it's 10 for $6. A bit pricey, considering how easy it is to lose them.

Very highly recommended!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on June 11, 2012
This Nerf Vortex Nirton is the bomb! We own at least 15 different Nerf guns and this by far beats them all. I especially love how each mini disk shoots so far from where I stand. I'm pretty sure my brother an sister are mad at me every time I sneak up on them and blast them - I never miss because I'm standing a good distance from them and they have not idea of coming! The best part is that it's automatic shooting and I can get 4-5 discs out before they even know what hit them. I wish it didn't take such big batteries (D) because I think that adds to the weight of the machine for me. If your kids are much younger this is going to be too big and heavy for them. I'm hoping for some extra replacement disc to be in my birthday gifts in a few weeks. I've lost a lot of them because they bounce off things easily and get lost.
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