Vortex Revonix360 & N-Strike Blazin’ Bow coming Fall 2013, Elite Stockade to be Walmart Exclusive

(HASBRO/Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $39.99/Available: Fall 2013)
Amp up freestyle foam blasting performance with the NERF VORTEX REVONIX360 blaster which achieves
the farthest VORTEX distance yet, up to 70 feet! This disc blaster features new, awesome deco and has a
revolving drum that rotates each time you fire the blaster. Plus, the SLAM FIRE Handle gives you total control
over your rate of fire – blast a single shot or hold the trigger down and slide the handle repeatedly to unleash
an unstoppable stream of discs. Includes 30 multi-color XLR discs. Available at most major toy retailers
nationwide and HasbroToyShop.com.

(HASBRO/Ages 6 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $19.99/Available: Fall 2013)
Who’s ready for more NERF action? Send NERF foam arrows soaring across the sky with the NERF N-STRIKE BLAZIN’ BOW toy. The BLAZIN’ BOW toy features an authentic pull-back bow design that you simply pull back, aim, and release to fire the NERF foam arrows. The BLAZIN’ BOW toy can hit targets from up to an impressive 40 feet away, and comes complete with integrated storage for two additional foam NERF arrows. Includes three NERF foam arrows. Available at most major toy retailers nationwide and HasbroToyShop.com.

(HASBRO/Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $21.99/Available: Fall 2013)
With motorized blasting capability, the STOCKADE blaster utilizes features such as a rotating 10-dart barrel and a removable stock with storage for 10 extra darts. The N-STRIKE ELITE STOCKADE blaster comes complete with 10 N-STRIKE ELITE darts as well was a removable stock accessory with storage for ten additional darts (sold separately). Blaster requires three “AA” batteries, not included. Available exclusively at Wal-Mart nationwide.

My Public Relations contact over at Nerf sent over this some info today. The newest, and most interesting info, is info on the Vortex Revonix360 & N-Strike Blazin’ Bow. Both are coming Fall 2013. The Revonix360 almost sounds like a Pyragon. And the Stockade is revealed to be a Walmart exclusive in the info I was given. I’m guessing we’ll get more info and photos at the Toy Fair next week, so stay tuned to the blog for the latest Nerf news.

Feb 7, 2013 EDIT: It’s actually called the Blazin’ Bow, not the MEGA Blazin’ Bow. I’ve edited the product description with the correct one, and removed the image to avoid confusion. The new description removes the description of a compound design, and also changes or removes the description of the MEGA arrows, and just calls them Nerf arrows.


19 thoughts on “Vortex Revonix360 & N-Strike Blazin’ Bow coming Fall 2013, Elite Stockade to be Walmart Exclusive”

  1. Doesn’t the Vortex Revonix 360 sound just like the Pyragon. 70ft Range (which the Pyragon can already acheive), Slam Fire, Revolving Drum (40 Round Drum?), $40. Sound like the same thing, maybe the Alpha Trooper of the Vortex Series (like how the Pyragon is the Raider version of the series). This better be good.


      1. It’s not gonna be like the Pyragon. “new, awesome deco” and a “revolving drum that rotates each time you fire the blaster.”? That sounds nothing like the Pyragon. It merely caries some logical similar features–large capacity and slamfire.


  2. finally the stockade! the vortex blaster sounds similar to the pyragon, it could however have a drum that rotates like a maverick but i doubt it.


    1. That’s funny, at Walmart up in Canada here, we already have the stockade and all the others including the jolt and reflex repaints.


  3. Either a Vortex Alpha Trooper, or Vortex Elite. We do have a new Elite Firefly Clip (by the looks of it.) But I thought the Pyragon and Diatron (and maybe Lumitron0 were basically Elite Vortex. I wonder. We gotta find a picture.


    1. That idea kinda makes sense. My first thought was, why does the drum need to rotate each time? It its something like a Pyragon drum but revolving after each shot, that wouldn’t make too much sense.

      IDK, I’m still lost. Hopefully we’ll see something from toy fair next week.


    1. Yes I think it would, If this has a rotating piece similar to a maverick I would expect how it works is by having 6 locations holding 5 disks each and rotate around after each shot. I would think the bottom disk of each piece would be the one to be fired off and load down onto a torsion spring, it could however be reversed and be the top disk and load upwards like a vigilon. If it has this cylinder the next disk will be the most inner of each section. I think the best comparison of a loading style like this would be the powerstrike 48 which has 12 barrels with 4 darts in each and it rotates after each fire. This would be a pain to reload because if would be like reloading a vigilon 6 times but it would be one hell of a cool looking and working blaster.


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