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For the original Micro Dart, see Micro Dart (original).

Not to be confused with Suction Darts or Buzz Bee Micro Darts.

A Micro Dart is a type of Nerf dart that was released in 2003 under the N-Strike series.

Details

The Micro Dart is a dart that features a suction cup head that sticks to most smooth surfaces. It was one of the most common dart types during its years of popularity, often found packaged with non-clip system Nerf blasters.

The Micro Dart served as the basis for many other dart types, such as the Whistler Dart and Dart Tag Tagger Micro Dart.

Official description

History

With N-Strike blasters, the Micro Dart was commonly packaged with single-fire and revolver-style blasters. However, it was slowly phased out by the Whistler Dart, which had started to become the common dart type.

In 2012, it was replaced by the N-Strike Elite Elite Dart as the common dart type; in 2014, the Suction Dart was introduced and serves as a true successor to the Micro Dart.

In 2014, a variant of the Micro Dart was released under the Rebelle series in the Star Shot Set, known as the Collectible Suction Dart.

Despite the gradual decline of Micro Dart production, certain promotional blasters still feature Micro Darts. Micro Darts are also sold in N-Strike Elite packaging in some areas of the world.

Color schemes

The Micro Dart has been released with the following color schemes:

Refill sizes

Micro Darts refill packs can be purchased in the following sizes:

Size Price
MicroDart 10.jpg 10 ?
MicroDart16.jpg 16 5.99
30 Micro Dart Bag Refill.jpg 30
(comes with a mesh bag and a belt clip)
5.99
MicroDart36.jpg 36 9.99 USD
13.99 SGD[1]
MicroDart45.jpg 45 ?

Trivia

  • Micro Darts are hard to find in the United Kingdom, as most of the blasters that would have Micro Darts in the United States or other countries are replaced by Whistler Darts or Sonic Micro Darts in the United Kingdom.
  • In the Nerf N-Strike video game, clip system blasters are depicted to fire Micro Darts, even though they don't have streamlined heads.
  • The back of the updated packaging of the thirty-six dart refill pack labels and advertises the Jolt EX-1 incorrectly as the "Jolt IX-3".[citation needed]
  • Like Streamline Darts, Micro Darts have a letter stamped on their heads. So far, "K", "W", "A", "H,M", "P", and "W-1" darts have been identified. Strangely, some are unmarked.
    • "W" darts are only found on glow-in-the-dark variants.
    • The "H,M" variant is the rarest letter variant of the Micro Dart[citation needed], and wildly different from any other letter variation; its stem inside it is hollow and travels almost then entire length of the dart. While the "H" is in the normal location for a Micro Dart's letter stamp, the "M" can be found under the suction cup.

Gallery

The full image gallery for Micro Dart (N-Strike) may be viewed at Micro Dart (N-Strike)/Gallery.

References

  1. SG Nerf. Singapore Nerf Store Stock List. SG Nerf. Archived from the original on 2019-04-08. Retrieved on 2015-01-27.

External links

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