Nerf Elite 2.0 Turbine CS-18 Motorised Blaster, 36 Nerf Darts, 18-Dart Clip, Built-In Customising Capabilities
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Alpha Trooper CS-18 • Deploy CS-6 • Longshot CS-6 • LongStrike CS-6 • Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 • Rayven CS-18 • Recon CS-6 • Stampede ECS
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Initial reception to Elite 2.0 was very mixed. While the inclusion of additional darts, an abundance of accessory attachment points, and the overall ergonomics of Elite 2.0 blasters have been praised, the changes to how the blasters are assembled have been highly criticized. Many of the first Elite 2.0 blasters were assembled in a way that makes modification and repairs difficult. While blasters are still held together by standard screws and/or pressure clips, as introduced in the Alpha Strike line of blasters, many others are also ultrasonically or solvent-welded together. The quality of the plastic used in production has also been called "thin", compared to previous or other releases, and some parts such as jam doors can be easily snapped off. Additionally, many of the metal springs in blasters have been replaced with plastic leaf springs, which are less strong and can break after long periods of time.Interestingly, despite being a follow-up to N-Strike Elite, the word "N-Strike" is not present in Elite 2.0's name.
Recensione Nerf Elite 2.0 Turbine
The number code system for Elite 2.0 closely resembles that of the Alpha Strike series, rather than N-Strike's system.el material de fabricación es bastante solido aunque no se puede decir lo mismo de la puerta para desatascar del blaster, ya que esta es muy floja y tiende a caerse con facilidad