|This series has been discontinued.|
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
Air Tech blasters are all air-powered, with exceptions of the Air Tech 1000 and the Air Tech Ball Blaster. A few of these blasters sported unique gauges that filled with liquid to show how much air pressure the blaster has.
The series was the first to be released without the involvement of Larami, although previous Larami designs were later adapted for this line. Blasters such as the Air Tech 1000, Air Tech 2000, Air Tech Jet Squadron, and the Air Tech Ball Blaster were all redesigns or otherwise very similar to previously-existing Larami blasters.
The series was not continued on to 2003. When the Nerf packaging was redesigned in 2003, the Air Tech 1000, Air Tech 2000, and Air Tech 3000 were re-released. All three blasters would later make a re-appearance in the 2004 Action Blasters line.
Air Tech products
|Air Tech 1000||2002|
|Air Tech 2000||2002|
|Air Tech 3000||2002|
|Air Tech 4000||2002|
|Air Tech Ball Blaster||2002|
|Air Tech Jet Squadron||2002|
|Unknown Air Tech jet blaster||2002|
|1990s||Aero • AirJet Power • AirJet Power Plus • Ambush Rip Rockets • Cyber Stryke Gear • Hydro • Hyper Rip Rockets • Hyper Sight • Max Force • Max Force 2112 • Mega Blitz • Nerf Action • Original Nerf • Rip Rockets • SuperMAXX|
|2000s||2003 series • Action Blasters • Air Tech • Atom Blasters • Ball Blasters • Dart Tag • N-Force • Power Nerf|
|2010s||Alien Menace • Combat Creatures • Rebelle|
|Sub-series||Biosquad • Charmed • Clear Series • Code Red Collection • Elite Repaint • Firevision Ignite • Firevision Sports • Gear Up • Head 2 Head • Koosh Vortex • Light It Up • Multishot Madness • Nick & Nerf • Red Strike • Remix • Secrets & Spies • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Sonic Series • Super Stripes Collection • Switch Shots • Whiteout Series • Z.E.D. Squad|