Infinus Nerf N-Strike Elite Blaster

Last updated: July 23, 2021

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Product Details

In our analysis of 58 expert reviews, the Infinus Nerf N-Strike Elite Blaster placed 11th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Blast into action with on-the-go dart loading for non-stop battling! The Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus toy blaster features motorized Speed-Load Technology that automatically loads darts in the drum. The drum stays attached to the blaster, so you don’t have to remove it to reload. You can load and fire darts without removing the drum, so you can keep battling as you’re reloading. The motorized Infinus blaster has a detachable 30-dart drum and comes with 30 Elite darts, giving Nerf battlers plenty of firepower. The blaster is compatible with most other Nerf N-Strike Elite drums and clips (each sold separately). Crush opponents with a relentless barrage of darts from the Nerf N-Strike Elite Infinus blaster, which features Speed-Load Technology that automatically loads darts into the drum! Nerf and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

As far as stock dart blasters are concerned, the Infinus performs very nicely. The reloading mechanism works exactly as claimed, and works well. In addition, the blaster unit itself has good performance.
The Infinus' selling point comes from how you put the darts into it, boasting an auto-loading function. Sounds dull, but actually it really isn't.
Auto Loader. Full Automatic Firing. High Ammo Capacity. Efficient Scavenging

What reviewers didn't like

For our enhancement-oriented fans, the inside of the Infinus is…complicated, to say the least. There are wires running everywhere, and a large control board in the rear, by the battery tray. Like they say, open at your own risk?
However, we were somewhat disappointed by the rate of fire. We expected it to perform like the Hyperfire and throw out four or five darts per second. Instead you get a respectable two darts per second. That's still good, and if anything it allows you to aim a little more and prolong that 30 dart drum (or whatever clip you have attached).
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