Nerf Lazer Tag Phoenix LTX Tagger 2-Pack
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- Complete 2-player system lets you battle in intense real-life lazer combat
- Features 2 Phoenix LTX taggers for fun, action-packed competition
- Taggers register hits with lights, sounds and vibrations
- Includes 2 Phoenix LTX taggers - requires 12 "AA" batteries (not included)
- Phoenix LTX taggers use a class 1 LED, infrared light (40 nanometers wavelength)
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Phoenix LTX Tagger
The Phoenix LTX Tagger is a Nerf Lazer Tag laser tagger that was released in 2008. It requires six "AA" batteries to operate.
It is currently only availablle in a two-player set from Amazon.com.
Original Tiger Electronics packages came with a Shot Blast accessory, a removable green laser sight, and a special video game attachment for use with the "Solo" game mode, while later sets only included the tagger itself.
The Phoenix LTX features a red receiver dome on top where tags are registered. This dome flashes red when it is tagged. Unlike previous taggers sold by Tiger Electronics, the Phoenix LTX does not have lock-on or detection indicators. This is due to the Phoenix LTX not having a receiving barrel. Players cannot tell a player's allegiance by simply pointing their tagger. Likewise, Tiger Electronics taggers cannot lock on or get information from the Phoenix LTX. Above the handle the tagger features a light and built-in rumble pack, it flashes and shakes when the tagger is fired or tagged.
A vast difference between the Phoenix LTX and other Tiger Electronics taggers is that the Phoenix LTX does not have a menu screen. This means that this tagger cannot host complex matches. However, simple games can be played. The tagger can choose between "Solo", "Team 1" and "Team 2. A hidden "Team 3" is only selectable when the power switch is held carefully in place between the "Team 1" and "Team 2" positions.
"Solo" creates a quick "LTAG" free-for-all match. Choosing "Team 1", "Team 2", or "Team 3" joins a team-based game, where players are placed onto the respective team as indicated. Teams cannot be changed once the match begins.
Matches are started by pulling the trigger, which activates a ten second countdown before the game begins.
Though not explicitly stated, the Phoenix LTX is able to join custom matches hosted by a Tiger Electronics tagger through the hidden means.
Turning on a Phoenix LTX tagger activates a scan that searches for nearby Tiger Electronics tagger-hosted matches. If the trigger is pulled before the tagger can find a match, it will start a normal Phoenix LTX pick-up game. To join any match, the tagger must be aimed directly at the host's receiving dome.
Joining a match with no teams will have the Tiger Electronics tagger assign the Phoenix LTX tagger to a "LTAG" free-for-all match. The ammo indicator on the Phoenix LTX will indicate which player number it is assigned to.
Phoenix LTX accessories
The Shot Blast is a large attachment placed on the front of the Phoenix LTX that features two infrared emitters. It could only be purchased while Lazer Tag was still owned by Tiger Electronics.
The Phoenix LTX pinpoint sight could only be purchased while Lazer Tag was still owned by Tiger Electronics. It attaches on the top back rail of the tagger and emits a green laser sight. Unlike the Virtual Scope, the pinpoint sight runs off of the tagger's power and does not require its own batteries.
Tag or be tagged in this intense, real-life lazer combat game! The complete 2-player system includes 2 Phoenix LTX taggers that register hits with lights, sounds and vibrations for thrilling minute-to-minute action! The rumble pack lets you know when you've been hit, while the recoil feature engages with every shot fired. Invite your friends to join you in multi-player modes (additional taggers sold separately) and watch your back if you don't want to get tagged! Nerf Lazer Tag Phoenix LTX Tagger 2-Pack uses a class 1 LED, infrared light (40 nanometers wavelength). 12 AA batteries required (not included). Nerf and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
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Top Customer Reviews
*UPDATE 6/23/2015- these are so fun so we bought 6 of them so our whole family can play!! It's a good workout running in and out around and through the house! We use rechargeable batteries and haven't had to change them since last Christmas! We love to play this a lot!
The pistols have a small slide at the back that actually Cycles with recoil every pull of the trigger in addition to the speaker gunshot sound. I tried these things at up to a hundred feet and they still register hits pretty precisely. I was impressed!
You can set the gun for either 10 or 25 lives so if an adult plays against the kid you can have a bit of a handicap. They also have a very clever Shield option which makes you invincible but it's only good for a few seconds per round. If you take fire while in shield mode it makes an awesome bullet ricocheting off steel sound.
I've lost count of the hours we spent playing with these and they were the hit of the neighborhood. I can't recommend them enough. I even built a nice little stand out of plywood to hold them when they're not in use.
Of the six we purchased one of them did not work out of the box. Amazon immediately refunded my money, so no worries.
Get out there, play with your kids, get some exercise and have a ball!
The way it works is that after putting in all them batteries, you use the team switch to select either solo, team 1, or team 2.
Then you pull the trigger to initiate the countdown.
You are given 10 seconds to take your positions.
Play time is on!
There are two counter modes. You get 10 or 30 hits before you 'lose'. When you lose the red dome stays lit up, and doesnt allow you to shoot until you turn the gun off and back on again.
Anyways I'll throw in a quick pro and cons review for these:
No one can get an eye poked out unless they get pistol whipped.
Sounds for tactical feedback as well as vibrations.
Great sounds for just about every action. Trigger, getting hit, reloading.
Reload indicator and real magazine pop out and in action.
Aim down sights mostly work.
To shoot, you have to be exposed to being shot at.
Takes 6 AAs EACH. Buying a set? that's 12 AAs,
Shield button sorta sucky. Have to lift finger FORWARD to trigger it. I can't forget how many times I forget there's a shield mode.
Two teams or solo mode.
Heavy. Mostly due to the batteries.
We're disappointed, to say the least. That was a lot of money for my son to save up. It's too bad, the guns aren't lasting longer than it took to save up the money to buy them.