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Worker Phoenix 2.0 Blaster

Worker Phoenix 2.0 Blaster

Regular price $180.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $180.00 USD
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The Worker Phoenix 2.0 Blaster is a full auto, short dart compatible blaster.  This updated short dart blaster utilizes worker angled 10 or 18-round magazines. The blaster features a PWM for adjustable rate of fire and sleek updated styling. Included is an 18-round magazine.  2200mAh battery fit is tight and requires that the balance leads are outside the battery compartment using the hole in the side of the battery door.

• Full Auto short dart blaster
• Compatible with short darts
• Only Compatible with Angled Talon Mags
• Battery not included
• Includes 18x short darts and 1x 18-round magazine

The Smart board variant features select fire, adjustable rate of fire and adjustable FPS. The board comes pre-installed.

• Material: Injection Molded PC
• Package Weight: 981g
• Dimensions: 58 x 295 x 215mm
• SKU: W0578

• Angled Talon Magazines
Worker Battery or Turnigy Battery
LiPo Alarm
Worker Phoenix Flywheels

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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Justin C.
Phoenix is Awesome

This thing is awesome. Highly recommend Thanks guys!


Built well !!!


Great blaster, very accurate.

Charles E.

Worker Phoenix 2.0 Blaster

Fantastic Blaster

It's a great blaster, but not accurate at all. I thought it would be more accurate since it's a Worker and a more powerful blaster overall compared to stock Nerf.

Make sure when you put the battery in, you don't **** the battery door all the way down, it will cause stress cracks and completely **** up the door.

The recommended battery doesn't leave enough room for a Lipo alarm, so keep an eye on it.

If you don't turn the switch on the front of the blaster all the way, it will shoot slower and more accurately. The farther you turn it, the faster it shoots.

I also got a Worker suppressor for looks, it fist amazingly and looks epic. Two things to remember with this,1 it doesn't actually make the blaster any quieter, it's a toy. 2, don't use a suppressor in public games because it causes the blaster to look a lot like an actual firearm.

That's all I have to say on this Blaster, except that I am planning on getting a 3D printed kit for the blaster on Etsy, the blaster is just a little short in my opinion, and the kit will add a little length to the blaster as well as add some more style.

--CD 😁✌️