Gel Blaster Starfire when gameplay spills into the night, the fun has just begun! Load your hopper with the included Starfire Gellets, and the built-in LED activator will instantly charge them for a glowing light show.
The included hopper can be loaded with 800 Gellets in seconds, which means less stopping to reload and more time blasting. Gel Blaster Starfire blasts eco-friendly, glow-in-the-dark Starfire Gellets which disintegrate on impact, leaving only a glowing trace behind. Our water-based compound ensures a mess-free experience that will make all parents happy.
Their no-mess, no-clean-up Gellets burst on impact and evaporate in 30 minutes or less. Made using an all-natural, non-toxic, water-based material, you can blast them anywhere. Spend less time cleaning and more time having a blast!
HOW DO GELLETS WORK?
their Gellets in water for just 2 hours and watch your gel pellets balloon into
Gellets. All natural, non-toxic, non-irritating, starch-based material that
disintegrates on impact and begins to dehydrate. No stains, no residue, and no
WHAT DO GELLETS FEEL LIKE?
Provides just enough sting to make it exciting! it feels like getting hit with a rubber band a quick, minor sting; you probably won't even notice because you'll be too busy laughing.
Blasts Eco-Safe, Glow in the Dark Gellets
LED Feedneck Instantly Activates Glow
Quick Charge via USB-C
Glow Activator requires (2) AAA batteries (not included)
My Opinion: This is very cool and the gellets in this are all ready to go and load your weapon with along with some you have to soak. I tried this at night as I wanted to see how it glows in the dark and it glows enough to see and if you get hit with it won’t ruin your clothes or hurt depending on your pain level toleration.
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