Friday, 2 November 2012

Nerf Elite Prices Revealed

A wonderful new friend of mine by the name of Nerfologist has sent me some fantastic information on the 2013 Nerf Elite blasters that we have all been reading about recently.


 
Nerfologist requested a price list from AB Gee (a UK based toy distributer responsible for some recent leaks,) which shows the list price of all the Elite blasters due for release in 2013.

AB Gee Pricelist (All prices are list)






Interestingly the Jolt is described as "Re-Deco". I can only guess what that means. This list also doesn't invlude the 'Triad EX-3'. Whether this means that the Triad won't be coming to the UK, I don't know.

10 comments:

  1. Word from Singapore is that the new Jolt is just the old Jolt with a new colour scheme.
    Nice to see the Strongarm confirmed. The Nerf world needs a more reliable Maverick.
    Stryfe pricing looks very good. I was worried it would be much closer to other flywheel blasters (Stockade, Rayven) in price. Right now it's on the top of my wish list.
    Speaking of the Rayven, by calling it Elite it's likely that it has the Hail-Fire flywheels and range.
    Rough Cut 2x4. We already know it'll be able to fire at least 2 darts simultaneously, but I'm really curious what they mean by 2x4. A pump action double barrel shotgun (2 barrels x 4 shots) would be amazing, but I can't see something that big and complex under 20 quid.
    Vortex Diatron is positioned in the Vigilon price range so it's likely a new pistol. I'm thinking it's a double shot version of the Proton.

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    1. All of your assumptions are along the lines of what I've been thinking. I just hope we're both right. Definitely excited about the Stryfe and I'm really curious about the Rough Cut (or Ruff Cut?).

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  2. I'm most excited about the Elite Rayven! Something very interesting here is that the glow dart refill pack is only 12 darts, does that mean the new Rayven will have a smaller 12 dart "firefly" clip rather than the 18 dart one it has currently?

    Also it's good to see 18 dart clips finally being available on their own in the UK, although personally I'd rather have more of the Rampag 25 dart drums, those things are great.

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    1. According to what we have seen, the elite firefly magazine holds 18 darts.

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    2. That's the "stand alone clip", and it would be weird to sell just 12 darts when no firefly blaster uses 12 (or 6, or 4 etc.), although I hope you’re !

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  3. the ruff cut is a double barreled shotgun although im not sure about the x4 bit

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    1. Unless you know something that no one else does, there is no evidence to suggest the form of the blaster. All we know is that it fires two darts at the same time. We can only speculate at this point but a 'shotgun' type blaster does seem logical.

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  4. I have the ruff cut and it fires two shots time, and holds eight darts (in a 2*4 arrangement on the front),

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    1. This is old news. It can also fire one dart at a time if you half pull the trigger.

      Do you have any pictures of the Rough Cut? I'm not saying that I don't believe you have one (😉) but pictures would be nice for the blog.

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  5. so, the original jolt is cheaper than the elite one?

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