Nerf Rebelle For Girls: The Sunday Swoon

Natalie had so much fun trying out the different products from the Nerf Rebelle line!  Every morning, when she wakes up, she runs outside and starts aiming at the house. It’s so funny! I love it.

We tested out the Nerf Rebelle Rapid Red Blaster, the Nerf Rebelle Agent Bow Blaster Pink Deco, and the Nerf Rebelle Diamondista Blaster.

Each Nerf Rebelle product offers something different, but I wanted to point out a special bonus —

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Some of the arrows have secret messages in them! You need a decoder – which is included – to reveal what they say. LOVE THAT. The kids had a lot of fun sending each other messages and then decoding what was flown across the backyard.

All the products are really easy to use. The bow and arrow are not INTENSE like you think they would be. Kid friendly for sure!! If you are looking for a way to get the kids outside – these are the products for you. And if you have a girl who has lots of brothers – like Natalie – AHEM!! Nerf Rebelle!

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Nerf Rebelle Rapid Red Blaster

  • Rapid Red blaster fires darts up to 75 feet
  • Acceleration button gives you motorized blasting
  • 12-dart clip decodes messages
  • Includes 6 collectible darts and 6 Message Darts
  • Send secret messages with the Message Darts and decoder

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Nerf Rebelle Agent Bow Blaster Pink Deco

  • Heartbreaker Bow blaster has real bow action
  • Blaster fires arrows up to 85 feet
  • Includes 3 arrows and a decoder to reveal secret messages
  • You can store the detachable quiver and decoder on the bow
  • Arrows whistle as they fly

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