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Lazer Tag Nerf Two-Player Battle System

by Hasbro
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Price: $63.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Complete two-player system lets you battle in intense real-life lazer combat with two or more players
  • Requires 12 AA batteries (not included)
  • Includes 2 Phoenix LTX taggers and instructions
  • Lights, sounds and vibrations
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.1 x 14.9 x 4.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00DW1JT2O
  • Item model number: 926922050
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Batteries 12 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #313 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (513 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

With Nerfs 2PK Lazertag System, you can finally have your own intense laser battles at home with your friends. Designed for ages eight and up, the PHOENIX LTX taggers have plenty of movement and sounds to keep your battles exciting and interesting. Your gun rumbles, recoils and reloads while you zone in on your opponent and aim for the score.

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Customer Reviews

Very durable, works well.
Mrs. Magillicuddy
I bought this for my boys, 10 & 8 years old, and they loved it!
E.G.
Overall, good toy but expensive to buy and to upkeep.
hockeymom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

343 of 353 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Seifert on November 9, 2009
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This is an excellent product that is a lot of fun for many ages. Thanks to this unit we have an active club going strong. Forgive the long review, but this unit deserves it in my mind.

Pros
Fun - It is a blast, especially in groups. This really is for adults as well as kids, and if you get a group of people together to do this, you will have a blast. There are many videos of people playing with this and previous generations on Youtube. Search 'Phoenix LTX', 'Tagfest', 'Lazer Tag Team Ops', and you'll probably find a lot.

Range - These taggers (guns) have a range of about 350-400 feet, maybe further (maybe a bit less in bright sun).

Features - These taggers have several features to enhance the playability. a) 10 or 25 tags - you can set a switch to set your 'life' at 10 or 25 tags. This can help balance some scenarios where differences in numbers or age/experience might make things unfair. b) Indoor/outdoor mode - this helps reduce the sensitivity of the receivers - reduces splash damage you get while playing inside. The IR signal can reflect off walls and make it pretty easy to take hits, even around corners and off your clothing. c) Accessory connectors for more options (see below) d) Realistic reload - you drop a fake 'clip' out of the bottom of the grip, much like an ammo clip. e) realistic recoil - there is a hammer that lights up and pops out a little with each shot, and also a vibration with each shot/hit that add to the experience.

Accessories - There is already a shotgun attachment developed, as well as a green dot site. These slide on to connectors on the tagger to give additional capabilities. There are also rumors of more weapon attachments in the pipeline. There was also a video game accessory to let you play 1 player vs.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By L. J. on August 9, 2011
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I played laser tag once at an amusement park. It sucked.

You never knew when you got hit or when you hit someone.
Everyone ran around wildly mashing the trigger until the
time ran out and when it was over, we all looked at each
other like, "What just happened?"

So when my son asked me to take him to play laser tag, I
was NOT enthusiastic.

When I saw these guns, I thought it would be a chance for
me to get out of playing laser tag, give my son something to
do over the summer with friends, and when he realized what
a crapfest it is, he'd at least have a couple of flashing
guns to play with.

The package came. I ripped into it. I installed the
batteries. The gun lit up, made all kinds of cool robo-noises,
and said, "Good luck!". I said, "Hey, even if these don't work,
these guns are awesome!"

I shot at my son with the laser gun. His red bulb immediately
flashed and made a noise indicating a hit.

Long story short: They actually work!

You shoot at someone, the gun recognizes it and indicates that
they were hit. You can set it to a game of 10 hits or 25. Once
you get hit 10 or 25 times, depending on your game, your gun
stops working for that game. Too cool!

It has lots of other cool features, including:
* Indoor/Outdoor Settings
* Shield - You can't tag anyone and no one can tag you, but you only
get a few seconds of shield time per game.
* Team Mode - Set it to Solo, Team 1, or Team 2.
* Ammo Indicator - Lets you know when you're getting low on ammo.
* Strength Indicator - Lets you know how much you've been hit.
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85 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Optimus Primus on November 4, 2009
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My 12 yr old son loved playing Lazer Tag at our local Lazer tag center for his birthday. His friends have this system (last year's model)and because it comes with two taggers, someone would get left out. So, I got this and now they have 2 on 2 battles outside and even in the house. This system is awesome! Very accurate.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Michael Brodesky on March 16, 2011
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I was sad to see these out of stock and being sold for double and triple the price. It's great to see them back in stock and for under $60.00. The suggested retail price is 49.99. Once the repricing engines kick in, expect to see more lower priced options.

Pros:
1. Durable
2. Long lasting battery life
3. Works with shotgun versions selling for $399 or more.
4. Team play

Cons:
1. No shotgun attachments forsale
2. Vultures selling for more then suggested retail price
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By F. Javier on September 11, 2011
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Purchased this set a few days ago. We popped in the batteries and were set to go. The bronze/brown gun worked well, but the sensitivity on the other gun (blue) was HORRIBLE. I would be hiding behind our fridge in the kitchen while my son would be in the living room (approx.40ft away). I wasn't exposed at all (hiding behind a fridge, a wall, while my son was far off shooting from behind another wall), but when he would shoot, my gun would register as being hit. And this wasn't just a one time thing. I thought maybe the light was bouncing off something in the kitchen but we experimented (played with all of the settings) with it and that wasn't the case. He would even point and shoot his gun at the ceiling and I would be 20ft away and facing away from him and my gun would register as being hit. I will be returning these guns for an exchange. Unfortunately, this was probably a bad batch of guns made, but from the reviews, I can see other have enjoyed it. Will give it another chance and see what happens.
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