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[Amazon.ca] Nerf Lazer Tag Tagger 2-Pack, 27.84 (PRIME)

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[Amazon.ca] Nerf Lazer Tag Tagger 2-Pack, 27.84 (PRIME)

Lazer Tag Tagger 2-Pack, 31.55 (PRIME)


Looks like a good deal to me. These are a lot of fun for kids. They are good quality and lasting a long time on one set of batteries. I believe if you can get more than one pair they can find other pairs during the game.

Thought some might be interested.





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Their new system is also on for a decent price.
https://www.amazon.ca/Nerf-Laser-Ops-Pr ... 076JGHXMX/ are $19 each.

They also work as simple as turn on and shoot. but they also allow connecting to one bluetooth device before and after the game to show score breakdowns. And if each gun has a device each person can have a personal readout and access to powerups during the game. Not that i think that's very practical but the option is there.
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this looks like something my kids will play with for 5 minutes and then never again
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KingMoobot wrote: this looks like something my kids will play with for 5 minutes and then never again
Maybe teach them how to focus?
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KingMoobot wrote: this looks like something my kids will play with for 5 minutes and then never again
The truth and the sad part is you might be right. Although 5 minutes is quite quick, they lasted us few good days.

Last Xmas, my boys got 5-6 Nerf LO to play with their cousins. While at first, all of them were so impressed and had so much fun. The fun winded down after 2-3 days as they missed the action of flying bullets, the pain in their skin, the gears they prep'd up for the war, and sadly i missed cleaning up after their wars too. As a result, all 5 guns have not been played with since January. They are cool toys though compare to my elastic paper gun back when I was a kid.

For $10 each gun, I will buy it again for younger kids to play but nothing more, imo.
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Now it is down to 27.84 (60% off)
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Kevinck wrote: Their new system is also on for a decent price.
https://www.amazon.ca/Nerf-Laser-Ops-Pr ... 076JGHXMX/ are $19 each.

They also work as simple as turn on and shoot. but they also allow connecting to one bluetooth device before and after the game to show score breakdowns. And if each gun has a device each person can have a personal readout and access to powerups during the game. Not that i think that's very practical but the option is there.
Cheaper at toys rus...
2 for 29$ ;)

http://www.toysrus.ca/product/index.jsp ... =141788706
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same here bro..
KingMoobot wrote: this looks like something my kids will play with for 5 minutes and then never again
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I bought two of these sets (so four guns) at Christmas when they were on sale

https://www.amazon.ca/Nerf-Laser-Ops-Al ... QA8X5D9DZ0

My two boys (8 & 10) and I have had a lot of fun playing with these. Although they are noisy, they use a lot less battery than the motorized nerfs and there are no bullets to wear out.
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orange260z wrote: I bought two of these sets (so four guns) at Christmas when they were on sale

https://www.amazon.ca/Nerf-Laser-Ops-Al ... QA8X5D9DZ0

My two boys (8 & 10) and I have had a lot of fun playing with these. Although they are noisy, they use a lot less battery than the motorized nerfs and there are no bullets to wear out.
We also bought 4 at Christmas. The cleanup is the best part.
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Koolfreak wrote: I just came back from best buy... I price matched 4 kits for 108$ + taxes!!!

Thanx OP!!! With 8 guns, we will start the WW3 at the cabin this summer!
SWEET. I dont know how other parents at school will feel about guns when I invite their 6 year olds over for laser tag. 8 guns = 32x AA batteries. I hope you grabbed a pile from TRU when they cleared out their inventory.

It is too bad they are not backwards compatible with the old protocols. I hope they don't phase out this new protocol in the future and continue with new firmware updates and game modes.
Hard to say if I should stock up on these now or wait. Will it go cheaper? will there be new protocols? when my kids get old enough will this still be "cool"? Tough decisions.
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Don't worry about batteries. I have > 400 eneloop... with more than 50 always recharged ready to fire!
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Koolfreak wrote: Don't worry about batteries. I have > 400 eneloop... with more than 50 always recharged ready to fire!
I'm 40, but can you adopt me?

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