It comes packaged with five Elite Darts.
Similar to the older Switch Shots series, the DartFire is an attempt to incorporate both darts and water into a single blaster. However, its dart and water-firing aspects are powered by different means.
The dart-firing component of the DartFire features a five-dart rotating cylinder with a double-action mechanism much similar to the Dart Tag Snapfire 8. The blaster uses a reverse plunger. The water-shooting aspect of the soaker is pump-action and piston-pressurized.
On top of the DartFire is the cap for the water tank, as well as an area to store up to five darts.
|This is an official description from Hasbro.com. Please do not modify it. (view the archived product listing)|
Be ready for almost any mission or battle with a Super Soaker blaster that fires darts and water! Deliver a double shot of blasting action with the Nerf Super Soaker DartFire water blaster that launches Nerf foam darts and unleashes a deluge of water to soak the competition. Kids can choose their mode and let the darts or the water fly! Switch between modes to take opponents by surprise. The DartFire water blaster fires 1 dart a time and shoots water up to 38 feet (11.5 meters). The tank holds up to 40 fluid ounces (1.1 liters) of water. Includes 5 Nerf darts.
The dart-firing part of the DartFire is a self-contained unit with its own trigger (which the shell's trigger actuates through a pull bar). This would have made it a good candidate for reshell or shell minimization modifications as a sidearm. It can not, however, be used as its own standalone blaster, as the trigger's return spring is attached to the shell, instead of to the self-contained blaster.
- The pump-action soaker element can be used as an additional dart launcher simply by slipping a drinking straw over its nozzle and using it as a dart post.
- It is the latest blaster made by Hasbro that uses a reverse plunger system.
- ↑ Nerf Super Soaker DartFire Review, Manufactured by: Hasbro Inc., 2017 (Review). iSoaker. Archived from the original on 2019-09-08. Retrieved on 2017-02-12.