For today’s Mando Monday Nerf will be launching pre-orders for their amazing Mandalorian Amban Phase-pulse blaster.
The $120 blaster will ship in Fall 2021, and looks very much like the real thing. The toy gun is over 50 inches long and is the longest NERF blaster ever. It will have a light-up scope and sound effects. Hasbro and Nerf really outdid themselves with this one!
Here’s the write-up from Jedi News:
“NERF STAR WARS THE MANDALORIAN AMBAN PHASE-PULSE BLASTER
(HASBRO/Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $119.99/Available: Fall 2021)
Imagine tracking down bounties and battling opponents with this NERF STAR WARS THE MANDALORIAN AMBAN PHASE-PULSE BLASTER. It’s meticulously detailed to capture the look of the blaster seen in THE MANDALORIAN live-action series on Disney Plus. It measures an awesome 50.25 inches long (1.27 meters) and comes fully assembled in premium packaging, perfect for display! It makes series-accurate blaster sounds and has an electronic scope with an illuminated lens. To fire, load 1 dart into the breech, pull back the priming handle, and pull the trigger. Eyewear recommended, not included. Requires 2x 1.5v AAA alkaline batteries, not included. Includes blaster, 10 Official Nerf foam darts, and instructions.”
It comes in special Display packaging (it should for the price)
Clear out some space because with the longest Nerf blaster ever, comes some epically big packaging, 53” long to be exact. This blaster deserves to be shown off, so we made sure it comes fully-assembled in beautiful, premium packaging. Detailed with gold-foil treatment, embossing, custom illustrations, and a display panel, you might never want to take this blaster out.”
The gun has cushioned tips because safety first. As a mom I appreciate that. It also has been made to look damaged and worn for authenticity.
It’s a pretty awesome toy gun. For the price it should be.
If you would like to pre-order this piece it will go up today at 1PM PST / 4PM EST. I know Hasbro Pulse, Entertainment Earth and Amazon will have the pre-order up. Other retailers may as well.
I kind of want one!
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: The Verge, Jedi News,
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