Burst into make-believe battle with confidence brandishing your Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyper-Fire Blaster, take aim and challenge your opponents with ultimate speed.
The Hyperfire is the fastest fully automatic motorized Nerf dart blaster with a capacity to shoot five darts per second and decimate your opponents in a matter of seconds. With your new Hyperfire, you bring impressive firepower to the battlefield.
The review focuses on the features of the Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire and how it can help you gain the ascendancy on the battlefield and rain down a deluge of darts onto your ‘enemies’ so that you emerge victorious.
Video - NERF N-Strike Elite - 'HyperFire Blaster'
Video - Nerf Elite Hyperfire Unboxing, Review, & Firing Test
Nerf Elite Hyperfire Features
- Fully automatic blaster - Fires up to 5 darts per second with fresh batteries.
- Fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters).
- Requires 4 D batteries which are placed in the stock to help balance the unit from bulky front end.
- Cheek rest.
- A unique conveyor belt feeding mechanism.
- Flywheel active braking.
- Includes blaster, 25-dart drum, 25 darts, and instructions.
Our Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire Review
Even your opponents will be impressed when you enter the fray on the battlefield with your new Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire Blaster firing five or six darts per second up to 90 feet (27 metres). The Hyperfire is the fastest motorized Nerf Dart Blaster and it holds 25 darts in its rotating drum.
To crank up the blaster’s impressive firepower, simply hold down the accelerator button, squeeze the trigger and let the rapid-fire action begin!
Reloading is easy. All you have to do is hold down the drum release button and remove the drum. If a dart jams, slide the button on top of the blaster to unlock the jam-clearing door. Remove the jammed darts, close the door and slide the button to re-lock the door. The jam-clearing door must be fully closed and locked for the Hyperfire to operate.
The Nerf HyperFire will be a blast for kids ages 8-years and up, who love action-packed play. It is a fully automatic blaster which makes it one of the more exciting releases this year.
The Hyperfire has sharp edges and lines similar to other blasters in the Elite range. It has one tactical rail on top and an unusually big front end and it seems to boast a more futuristic sci-fi styling.
The Hyperfire uses 4 D batteries, which are placed in the stock and although this adds weight to the back, it helps balance the weight from the bulky front.
The blaster has a cheek rest and the stock is a thumbhole design. Because of the thumbhole stock, the battery tray has been put very close to the handle which causes the edge of the tray to dig into the inside of your hand which can be a bit of a problem during prolonged use. The handle is smooth and fairly comfortable and the clip release is well set up and easily actuated.
The jam door is a lot more important in the Hyperfire than most other blasters. It uses a unique conveyor belt feeding mechanism and the conveyor belt is housed inside the jam door. A switch disables the blaster if the jam door lock is open.
The revolution trigger has active braking so that when the trigger is released, the flywheel motors come to a stop rather than simply left to spin.
The Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire is part of the Elite line of blasters. Although Elite blasters focus on performance, distance, speed and accuracy, this year Nerf focuses on capacity.
If you want to blast away and unload as many as darts you can, then the Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire is probably for you.
What N-Strike Elite Hyperfire Customers Say
The good (Five Stars):
"Wow! This is a beautiful nerf gun. And I don't mean it's a pretty gun--it's ugly as all nerf guns. I mean it's beautiful because I can appreciate a "weapon" that has already emptied it's 25 dart drum by the time you've gotten this far in the review!
This is great as a quick way to end your nerf war. At our church, the youth group has nerf wars every few months. There are more Strongarm guns and FlipFurry guns than anything else. We have a Rhino that jams all the time. We have a Dominator and few older guns with big drums.
But this beats them all in the rapid fire department. If you want to stretch it out, this also works awesome as a 2-3 dart quick shot gun. I'm really impressed with it, and the teens are going to be impressed to when I smoke them with this!"
The not so good (Four Stars):
"My 9 year old son is a Nerf fan. We have loads of these Nerf guns. This one, however, was his first 'automatic' one. He couldn't get the box open fast enough and when finally freed, he 'oooh'ed and 'ahhhh'ed over the size and how it felt when he held it.
Then he pulled out the clip and did it some more. The clip was a little bigger than his hand, apparently, because he must have dropped it 10 times while loading, removing, replacing and loading again. It is loud when it hits the hardwood floor ..."
Video - Nerf N-Strike Elite HyperFire Unboxing and Review
Elite Hyperfire Conclusion
The Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire Blaster is the fastest fully automatic motorised Nerf dart blaster with a capacity to shoot five darts per second and decimate your opponents on the battlefield in a matter of seconds. With your new Hyperfire, you bring impressive firepower to the battlefield.
With its speed and capacity and at an affordable price, the Nerf N-Strike Elite Hyperfire Blaster is extremely good value for money and a unit we recommend.
The Good :
Fully automatic blaster.
Fires up to 5 darts per second with fresh batteries.
Fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters).
Includes blaster, 25-dart drum, 25 darts, and instructions.
The Not So Good:
Jams occasionally, but easy to fix