30 x XSHOT spare darts (they work in the NERF guns) £2.00 @ Tesco Direct
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30 x XSHOT spare darts (they work in the NERF guns) £2.00 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 5th Jan 2016
30 of these for £2.00 or 30 of the originals for £6.85.....hmmmmmm

p.s, these are selling on eb** for £7.99 and Amazon for £9.83 !
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Got 200 for fiver from HK - plenty of sellers if your kids can wait
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sowotsdis

Got 200 for fiver from HK - plenty of sellers if your kids can wait



Do you have a link please ?
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sowotsdis

Try this and select 100



Sweet X)
For that money the quality doesn't really matter.

Oh well, that's this deal screwed then!
Monkeybumcheeks

Sweet X)For that money the quality doesn't really matter.Oh well, that's … Sweet X)For that money the quality doesn't really matter.Oh well, that's this deal screwed then!



The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye protection since the darts shown in that ebay listing have firm, solid tips which don't cushion the impact. My office bought a bunch of these and speaking from experience they're dangerous as hell - I ended up in eye casualty with hyphema and pupil damage after being hit by one...
Edited by: "Somberlain" 5th Jan 2016
Somberlain

The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye … The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye protection since the darts shown in that ebay listing have firm, solid tips which don't cushion the impact. My office bought a bunch of these and speaking from experience they're dangerous as hell - I ended up in eye casualty with hyphema and pupil damage after being hit by one...




Totally agree me and some friends bought a ton of the cheap darts online and the tips were super hard. I wear glasses and took one to the side of my eye socket and my god it hurt like hell. I dread to think what could have happened if i didn't have glasses on. After this we stopped playing with the hard darts indoors.

Also the cheap darts jam like mad in nearly all the electric motorised nerf guns i own especially the ones i modded.

Somberlain

The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye … The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye protection since the darts shown in that ebay listing have firm, solid tips which don't cushion the impact. My office bought a bunch of these and speaking from experience they're dangerous as hell - I ended up in eye casualty with hyphema and pupil damage after being hit by one...



​You probably weren't ducking fast enough!
Somberlain

The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye … The quality kinda does matter if they're going to be used without eye protection since the darts shown in that ebay listing have firm, solid tips which don't cushion the impact. My office bought a bunch of these and speaking from experience they're dangerous as hell - I ended up in eye casualty with hyphema and pupil damage after being hit by one...



​if they don't wear eye protection anyway it's an accident waiting to happen. It's like putting a kid on a bike and letting they race all over the place without a helmet on, yes the majority won't be hurt but there is always one who end up cracking their head, as there will be detached retinas and whatever else with these.

ricardofischer

​if they don't wear eye protection anyway it's an accident waiting to h … ​if they don't wear eye protection anyway it's an accident waiting to happen. It's like putting a kid on a bike and letting they race all over the place without a helmet on, yes the majority won't be hurt but there is always one who end up cracking their head, as there will be detached retinas and whatever else with these.



It's like letting a kid out and they fall in a volcano.

Dad: Mum? What?
Mum: Kids fallen in a volcano again
Dad: Nerf, nerf, nerf

I've no idea where I'm going with this.
fishmaster

It's like letting a kid out and they fall in a volcano.Dad: Mum? … It's like letting a kid out and they fall in a volcano.Dad: Mum? What?Mum: Kids fallen in a volcano againDad: Nerf, nerf, nerf :)I've no idea where I'm going with this.



I gathered that....
bambieleigh

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=nerf+ 100 from £1.56 from amazon



Says 50 for £1.55 when I click on the link.
balls just bought em . where as I could have got 50 for less ... freeze this post before others fall into it
What he ment was quality doesnt matter if youre a man haha being shot in the eye with the nerf bullets will hurt just as much, blame your mate not the ammo.
Edited by: "seanmorris100" 5th Jan 2016
wanderer

just bought em . where as I could have got 50 for less ... freeze this … just bought em . where as I could have got 50 for less ... freeze this post before others fall into it


Considering what the comments have been saying about the ebay ones having
hard ends and possibly jamming in nerf guns, I think you probably made the right decision
to choose the higher quality one from Tesco. oO
Edited by: "theTrueFocus11" 5th Jan 2016
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mracerimmer

Says 50 for £1.55 when I click on the link.



They're the cheap eye killers from China (_;)
I got 100 of the eye killers from aliexpress last month, the tips were just as soft as the handful that came with the gun, a few were a tiny bit thicker so didn't fire as far or stuck on way out but majority were OK. Well worth it imho. Heat for these real ones however!
Heat added. My son will love these for his nerf modulous
A lot of the copy darts are badly made (I have some that literally don't fit in the guns, the foam is too fat, others that fall apart instantly). And some aren't safe. Hard tips are common but also some come apart, quite chokey not to mention sometimes when you shoot the foam stays behind and the little plastic tip fires out at a million miles an hour. Another problem is that you never really know what you'll get, like sowotsdis's seller actually has pictures of 2 different designs of dart in the listing- some are decent copies, the others are hard tipped, not child safe.

These are the best allround. High quality, reliable seller, no junk. They actually fire straighter than genuine darts!

ebay.co.uk/itm…010?hash=item2a3b24fc1a

Can't recommend too highly that you avoid the super cheap stuff and go for these. If you want a little cheaper, these are almost as good:

ebay.com/itm…395?hash=item20e6aadb3b:g:HhoAAOxymmJTjwfr

Heat for authentic darts, great price. Cheap knock offs don't stop this being a good deal.
Voted hot. I got some of these for my kid, as spares instead of nerf elite darts. Have tested them out and can recommend.

The X shot darts are a little bit shorter, but they work a little better if anything, and importantly they have soft tips.
(Your kid gets shot in the eye with a plastic tipped Chinese knock off and you're gonna be on your way to A&E.)
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