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Nerf Lazer Tag Phoenix LTX Tagger 2-Pack (Amazon Exclusive)
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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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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 and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
With Nerf's 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.
The guns are colorful and have a classic Nerf look. View larger.
To start the game, simply push the side power/game type switch. Be sure to agree on a strength level with all players before starting, because it cannot be changed once the game begins! The two guns are equipped and ready for battle with a rumble pack vibration that lets you know when you've been hit, a recoil feature that is activated with every fired shot, and a force-field style shield that will protect you from any incoming fire! The shield gives you that extra couple needed moments to aim with precision, and help you hit your target with accuracy.
As a side note: We recommend always holding your gun with both hands since they are heavy and could break if dropped repeatedly.
Fun For All Ages
The taggers are colorful and outfitted with so many neat sounds, lights, and vibrations, even the adults will be trying to join in on the intense laser battling fun. The shield is such a great addition to the PHOENIX LTX's as well, giving players an extra chance to load up and aim, or get away during a heavy pursuit.
What's in the Box
Two PHOENIX LTX Taggers. (Batteries not included.)
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
It's been a LONG time since I was actually blown away by how much
better quality a toy was than I was expecting.
All my son's friends asked where I bought them and are in love
with them, and it gives them something else to do outside.
They feel extremely durable and I think they'll last a long time.
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. the computer on a TV, but it was pretty useless, and you probably won't see that any more. If you play with the older LTTO style taggers, you can actually join games hosted by the older taggers.
Exercise - Depending on your gameplay style, you can get as much exercise out of it as you want. The range on these guns is hundreds of feet (a bit less in full sunlight), so you can easily get winded running around inside the playable area.
Eductional - I know - it's a shooter game... but it teaches basic strategy, tactics, and teamwork, and even the younger kids are starting to pick up some of these concepts.
Durability/Battery life (cost of ownership) - The taggers (guns) are very rugged - if you compare the cost of the system with a commercial lazer tag rental facility- you will make your money back in a couple of sessions of playing, and these taggers last a long time. We are still using all of the taggers we bought over the year, though some of them are developing glitches. Battery life is also very good - even with rechargeables (which seem to be a little less effective, but much cheaper in the long run), the batteries will last several sessions of playing.
Online Communities - Very active online community (there's several newsgroups including an active one on Yahoo, search for 'Lazer Tag Team Ops'). The user community and the available technical information on the web opens the door for tech-minded to tear them down and 'mod' them to give them additional features. You may have to solder some stuff, clip some wires, or similar, but some of this is pretty cool. Even me, the solder-novice - has gotten into this a little bit with a few minor mods.
Interaction with others - You can play team-based games of 2 teams. The largest game we had was 36 players at once and it was a bit chaotic, but fun.
Can't change the brightness of the LEDs - these are EXTREMELY bright while playing at night, and not only can this effect your aiming, but it gives away your position. We find 2 layers of scotch tape colored with black sharpie work well to dim it down a bit.
Joining hosted games is painful - Mostly a complaint about interacting with older taggers - joining LTTO hosted games is clunky at best.
Lack of Attachments - This is not a failing in the unit, but this particular packaging. This set is a re-offering of the original LTX, which came out last year, but this set has been rebranded under the Nerf brand. Unlike last year's model, this set is sold without the green dot sight and 'shot blast' attachment (at a lower price, granted). I believe it's their intention to sell the attachments separately, but they are not on shelves yet. In this economy, that may not happen if the interest in the line doesn't improve. That would be a complete shame, since this is one of the coolest 'toys' I've ever played with.
However, reliability is an issue. The reload clip on one of the taggers started sticking badly after only a month and I had to return it to Amazon. That wasn't an issue because Amazon got the replacement package to us so fast that we never skipped a beat. But then, another tagger suffered the same fate shortly after the return period to Amazon expired. I am checking now on what Hasbro can do for me. These suckers are expensive, so I taught my boys right away how to handle them safely (run with 2 hands on the gun, never sit one on the ground, put the taggers away immediately when finished, etc.). I wish they were more trustworthy, but that being said, I would still buy them again because of how much fun we had with them.
Also, buy rechargeables right away. We got the Sanyo Eneloops and they work exceptionally well. Long charge.