For the old X-Shot Dart type, see X-Shot Dart.
Excel Darts are slightly shorter than Nerf N-Strike Elite Elite Darts. They feature a small, black dart head with a rubber tip. Despite their unique size, Excel Darts can be used in most modern dart blasters.
The Excel Dart was awarded as Blaster Labs' Dart Range Test Winner, a title that proudly displays on refill packaging.
When the X-Shot Excel series was folded back into the X-Shot brand's line of products, the Excel Dart followed along. It would become the standard ammunition choice for all future X-Shot blasters, with new color schemes to fit the at-the-time standard colors of the brand. The dart type would lose its official Excel Dart name, and would be simply called "darts" or X-Shot Darts in packaging and official descriptions.
The Excel Darts were re-branded under the Adventure Force line with X-Shot re-releases of blasters. They now have a green body and black tip.
The Excel Dart has two variants:
The Excel Dart has been released with the following color schemes:
- X-Shot Excel / Kid Connection / X-Shot (yellow body and black tip)
- X-Shot Girl (purple body and black tip)
- X-Shot (orange body and gray tip)
- X-Shot (black body and cyan tip)
- X-Shot Ninja (blue body and yellow tip)
- Dino Attack (blue body, lime green tip)
- Playtive (black body and orange tip)
- Playtive (blue body and orange tip)
- Adventure Force (green body and black tip)
Excel Dart refill packs come in the following sizes:
(comes with tub)
(comes with tub)
- The Adventure Force variant is about 5mm longer than the standard X-Shot dart.
|Darts||Bug Dart • Excel Dart • X-Shot Dart • Xtreme Fire Dart|
|Miscellaneous||Arrow • Chaos Round • Shell • X-Shot Disc|