Nerf Doominator on Amazon!
UPDATE: Here is a cool video from UK retailer Smyths Toys:
The Nerf Modulus wasn’t the only upcoming blaster to make an appearance on Amazon UK. Surprise! It’s the Nerf Doominator!
The Nerf Doominator will be the biggest, largest capacity blaster on the Zombie Strike lineup.
Well, well, well. What do we have here? First the Nerf Modulus, now the Nerf Doominator. These are exciting times. Amazon UK, we love you. They have recently listed this Zombie Strike blaster on their website. In fact, at the time of writing this article, the Nerf Doominator page is still live. Check it out for yourself: Nerf Zombie Strike Doominator Blaster. And here’s their product description of this blaster:
Product DescriptionEradicate entire hordes of zombies at one time with this hardcore Zombie Strike Doominator blaster! The blaster’s 4 flipping drums hold 6 Zombie Strike darts apiece and they rotate as you fire so you can fire up to 24 darts without reloading. Load up all your drums with the included 24 Zombie Strike darts and hit the streets to wipe out those lurching, staggering zombies. You’ll clear the battlefield with your Doominator blaster! • CAUTION: Do not aim at eyes or face. • TO AVOID INJURY: Use only darts designed for this product. Do not modify darts or dart blaster. • Assembly required. No tools needed. Nerf and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
Box ContainsIncludes Doominator blaster, four 6-dart drums, 24 Zombie Strike darts and instructions.
Here, you can get a size for the Nerf Doominator. You can see this boy, who looks to be about 12 years old, holding the blaster.
Here, we see the boy loading the Nerf Doominator with Zombie Strike darts. I’m sure it will take a few minutes to load all 24 darts.
Now we see him about to screw on the front grip/priming handle. You’re able to insert it on the bottom or onto either side of the blaster.
A Nerfer on the Reddit Nerf subforum has managed to pick up one of these Nerf Doominator blasters from Smyths in the UK. He threw up a few pictures which give us a better look at how it sits in the box. Also of particular note is the fact that you have to assemble some of the cylinders into the rotation mech. Unfortunately, the user remarked that the rotation mechanism was not smooth like the FlipFury and that it did jam up with a higher than usual frequency. Here’s the full comment.:
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