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Complete 2-player system lets you battle in intense real-life lazer combat
Features 2 Phoenix LTX taggers for fun, action-packed competition
Taggers register hits with lights, sounds and vibrations
Includes 2 Phoenix LTX taggers - requires 12 "AA" batteries (not included)
Phoenix LTX taggers use a class 1 LED, infrared light (40 nanometers wavelength)

Note: I have a few sets and these are AWESOME
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this came out 2008
too many reviews in amazon, not even sure if theyre valid
how are these compared to the other laser tag sets that go for similar price?
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These are one of the best laser tag systems made, which is why they've stuck around so long. Lots of serious laser tag players/modifiers still use this platform as their base, and it's great for beginners, too.
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Fun story.
This laser tag set has been out of stores for years. However, Amazon still sells a lot of these, and has Hasbro manufacture more every now and then.
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12 AA batteries - WOW
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I have 4 sets of these. They are fantastic! The range is easily 100 yards and the addition of the red dot sight (ebay) really helps. They do eat batteries though. The hit sensor is on top and my kids will cover it with their hands to cheat, but other than that I have no complaints. Good sound effects and having to reload with a simulated magazine drop is awesome. You can play solo or two different teams with as many taggers as you have.
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Sucks they aren't USB rechargeable I can't justify anything that requires that many batteries
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We have these. I am buying another set. They are really fun. At one point they were sold out for 4-5 months. The batteries last longer than you think. They are accurate and a blast to play indoors and out. I team up with my 4 yr old and attack my son and a friend. Really worth it for $50. I paid $85-90 for each set...
Edit- using them 1-2 a week for 30-40 minutes, they last a month.
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The retailator is a great blaster. One of my favorites in my son's arsenal of blasters that he has.
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I thought the same thing. 12?!?!?!?!?

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Phoenix LTX Tagger
The Phoenix LTX Tagger is a Nerf Lazer Tag laser tagger that was released in 2008. It requires six "AA" batteries to operate.
So maybe a 3s LiPo?.

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Dang I want that laser tag set but my wife would kill me 😓😓
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Sucks they aren't USB rechargeable I can't justify anything that requires that many batteries
Rechargeable AA batteries are a thing.
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I will also add to the good reviews for the laser tag set. My nephews have had two sets (four guns) for about three years or so. They don't take care of their stuff very well, but these are still alive and kicking. The guns are very accurate. I would agree with a previous poster - the only downside is that they can cover up the sensor on top with their hand, but not that big of a deal. Probably going to be a loophole on any set you get.

I just ordered two sets for our family. Looking forward to a 4-on-4 competition next summer when our families get together.
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