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Evader Modulus Nerf Motorized Light-Up Toy Blaster Includes 12 Official Nerf Darts, 12-Dart Clip, Light-Up Barrel Extension, Multicolor (Amazon Exclusive)

Price:PKR. 15,267.00 /

Asin: B076JCQFD2
Product weight: 3 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 2.63 x 25 x 13.75 inch
Cost Break Down
Stay in stealth mode or light the way with the Nerf Modulus Ghost Ops Evader blaster! This motorized blaster features a clear housing that lights up with a green glow when you press the light activator button. Keep the blaster in clear mode during stealth missions to stay undetected. Illuminate the blaster to guide the way in low-light situations. Customize the blaster with the barrel extension that lights up when attached to the blaster. Tactical rails provide additional places for more customizing accessories. Load the 12-dart clip into the Evader blaster, take aim, and unleash 12 darts in a row with rapid-fire motorized blasting. The Evader blaster is part of the Ghost Ops series that also includes the Reflective Targeting Kit and ChronoBarrel upgrades. With the entire Modulus system, more than 1000 combinations are possible! (Blasters, upgrade kits, and accessories each sold separately). Hasbro and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro. No tools needed
Product Dimensions
2.63 x 25 x 13.75 inches
Item Weight
3 pounds
Country of Origin
Item model number
Manufacturer recommended age
8 years and up
4 AA batteries required.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
Release date
June 28, 2018
Mfg Recommended age
8 - 99 years
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2018

Review:Gun lights up, but motor is not working. Will not fire bullets. :( Birthday present for my son. Big bummer.... ^^^^^^DISREGARD MY REVIEW ABOVE ^^^^^^^^^^^ As it was a b-day present for my son I did not want to tear it all out of the box before giving it to him. Therefore, I tried testing it out without putting all the pieces on the gun. In order to activate the flywheel mechanism, you have to snap ALL pieces onto the gun. The barrel, and rectangular piece that the ammo clip goes into, MUST be attached, to make the flywheel spin and shoot darts. I'm pretty sure I sent back a perfectly working gun (Sorry Seller) due to not putting everything together, and just assuimg that the gun was defective. Went to Target, bought another gun, and had the same issue with it not working. Sweet kid at Target showed me the error of my ways. We snapped the pieces in place and it works perfectly. Read more

Roberta Robertson
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2018

Review:I bought this for my son and we all love is gun, it’s so unique. Although I almost threw it out today because I couldn’t get it to work. I thought the motor had gone bad. It turns out it was #1 below. I found this advice in a comment below and wanted to repost. Check all 3 of these, they must be engaged before the gun will work. There are 3 switches that need To be engaged in order for the flywheel to spin; 1. The jam door must be closed and the switch will be up(black button by the back of the door) 2. The switch that is next to that door, that is engaged when you insert the cartridge correctly. Look into the compartment where the cartridge slips in, you will see the plunger that moves the dart forward, and right next to that is a little orange lever that gets pushed back when the cartridge is inserted. 3. The button underneath the trigger needs to be pushed in, which engages the third switch. Read more

Mark Masaki
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2018

Review:My ProChrono Digital chronograph measured the speed of the darts fired (at peak rev) by this stock Nerf N-Strike Modulus Ghost Ops Evader blaster (yes, the names are getting longer) at an average of 77 feet per second (FPS) using the batteries that it came with. I installed fresh alkaline batteries (4x Duracell AA 1.5v) and the average jumped a smidge to 79 FPS. For both results I used Nerf Elite darts (it is capable of shooting any standard Nerf Elite darts; blue, green, white, orange, purple/grey, Starwars themed, Accustrike, and decorated Rebelle darts). The standard average velocity of a Nerf Elite blaster is 70 FPS, so it exceeds the average by a considerable margin within the Nerf Elite line. The light show that the Nerf engineers managed to string through the transparent plastic shell is something aftermarket manufacturers have been recently doing (like the Worker “Swordfish”), but Nerf has been making see-through blaster shells before anyway; reference the Sonic and Sonic-Fire/ Ice series of the now defunct Toys R Us line. The green LED (Light Emitting Diode) lights look very cool in the dark, and pretty cool even in the day. There is an LED light in the front barrel that shines through the clear barrel attachment, and a switch shuts it off when it senses that your barrel is removed. The inner-lit tubes that glow solid green look like glow sticks when the large transparent orange button is pressed on the front handle. This handle has a waffle-like panel in it that really shows off the green led light when activated. This front handle grip also has a circular thumb hole in it, and while this may be the perfect size for people with very small hands to use, people with larger hands will find the thumb hole irritatingly small. Those with large hands will find holding the entirety of the handle grip much more comfortable, but people with regular-sized hands may find both the hole grip and the full handle grip uncomfortable (either too big or too small). The Evader comes with a left side oriented mag well, well, you need to assemble it. A fair warning though: once attached, it does not come off unless you pop it off with a screwdriver through the jam access door. Speaking of the clear and slotted jam access door, the lights stay on even when door is open. This should have gone unsaid, but most things in the Nerf Universe shut off the moment the jam access door is opened, so this was an oddity that just caught me a little off guard. This design screams Spec-Ops class (hence being called Ghost-Ops) and it is styled like an SMG. The batteries are located in the rear of the blaster and can be readily seen through the shell, as are the flywheels, the circuit boards, wires, levers, and everything else. These internals look very similar to the Nerf Elite Stryfe, but apparently they are closer in relation to the Nerf StarWars First Order [Heavy Gunner] StormTrooper Deluxe blaster (okay, so the names are getting way too long) in that it has the exact same magazine-lock mechanism found in this StarWars blaster. I have found an issue with the batteries shaking around in the battery tray, making the glowing lights flicker when I am holding the light button down. This is a concern when operating the blaster, because you need to have power at all times, not just of the blaster is held the right way at the right angle. In regard to jams, there were none during my testing. Anyway, moving on, the ergonomics of the main pistol grip is average and comfortable enough, but the tapered aesthetic flat bar connecting the rear of the blaster with the base of the handle feels like it is in the way of my wrist. The rev trigger is comfortable but very large in comparison to the Stryfe or StormTrooper blasters. The mag/drum release button is the same as the Raider/Rampage/ StormTrooper(s)/ Mediator, or any side-mounted magazine well type blaster. The transparent orange main trigger operates as expected, yet, I wonder if the plastic will become brittle over time like the transparent plastic of the aforementioned Sonic Series blasters. The rear of the Evader has a Nerf attachment point that allows some cross-compatibility with most Nerf shoulder-stocks you to if you want. There are 3 Nerf tactical rails: one located top dead center for an optic, one on the right side near the front for a flashlight or side-mounted scope, and one on the bottom of the blaster, err, for... whatever you wish to connect underneath your blaster (???). There are 3 sling-mount attachment points: the 1st is right behind the barrel, the 2nd is also on the top of the blaster, but it is in the back by the shoulder-stock area, and the 3rd underneath the pistol grip. The latter two stand out because they are orange bars with sharp “hair-pin turn” shapes like a sideways “V.” For the aspiring young modders out there, I am fairly certain that the sensitive circuitry of this blaster will not be able to handle voltage modifications (Hasbro/Nerf frowns upon modifications to their products) without the proper checks and balances and electrical knowledge, expertise, or know-how to safeguard the circuitry from utter annihilation. The Nerf Elite Regulator’s circuit board was prone to frying, rendering it’s select-fire function useless, and it is highly likely that the [equally new to the Evader] Infinus blaster’s dart loading function will also be controlled by a sensitive circuit board that is unprotected (that is, once you remove the thermistor). In conclusion, this cool Ghost-Ops line blaster is a welcomed addition now that the Toys R Us Sonic series line is bowing out. I am not impressed by the Evader’s batteries rattling around in the battery tray, which I find a bit sloppy. But aside from this, “in light” of the design (pun intended), I will give credit where it is due. Good job, Nerf designers. I look forward to other clear blasters with anti-stealth night time tactics [here is hoping for a glowing sniper rifle type blaster]. Read more

Derek Johnson
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018

Review:As a long-time fan of flywheel blasters, clear plastic to view internals AND compact design, the Nerf Modulus Ghost Ops Evader (too many proprietary adjectives there, Hasbro) is an instant hit on many fronts. Right out of the box, this is an impressive blaster that's a bit larger than it appears in pictures, but isn't oversized to the point of silliness. Beyond the Evader itself, this set also includes a cosmetic barrel attachment and a straight 12-round clip. It's worth noting that batteries are included with this product (demo only, but it's a nice gesture). Ergonomics and design on the Evader are at top notch levels. The Evader sits comfortably in the hands thanks to its compact foregrip (which also houses the light-up switch) and nicely rounded trigger well. The rev-switch for the flywheel is large and easy to work, and the trigger is smooth and comfortable. Perhaps best of all, the side-loaded magazine well is very close to the hands, making it easy to reload (unless you're left-handed, but even then it's not too bad). On looks alone, the Evader also gains praise for being both functional and flashy. The clear plastic allows you to see all the inner workings of the blaster, and the light-up function is both very bright and cool to see, especially from a short distance away. The only issue I'd take with this blaster's light-up function is that the blaster does not include glow-in-the-dark darts, as this seems like an obvious inclusion for a blaster like this, but honestly that's a small problem (and one that is easy to correct, if desired). Performance-wise, the Evader sits on par with the majority of small flywheel powered and semi-automatic blasters, such as the Elite Stryfe ( or Doomlands Impact Zone Desolator ( It's a bit larger than its cousins, but not ridiculously so, and while the price point sits a bit higher the clear design and light-up function help to address this cost somewhat. While it's nothing amazingly new, the Nerf Modulus Ghost Ops Evader is a fantastic addition to the Modulus lineup and a great start to the Ghost Ops product line! Read more

Vansh antriksh

Date:Reviewed in India on August 17, 2018

Review:I liked it. Great gun. Lighting and firing is good. Read more


Date:Reviewed in India on November 21, 2018

Review:Defective piece! 1 bullet was missing We bought 2 blasters for both my sons but much to their disappointment both of them were defective pieces and one had only 11 bullets Read more


Date:Reviewed in India on November 3, 2020

Review:Great product if you are going for a great fun toy. There a catch to that though. It uses aa batteries and i used Duracell aa 1.5v batteries. This thing drains the battery out. So you will need a pack of 4 batteries for 1 month. If you use it for a long period of time, then you might drain a pack in 15days. And 1 thing that I would recommend is don't use rechargable a. They have an output of 1.2 v only. And this really degrades the performance of the blaster. So use either Amazon basics or Duracell batteries. And if you have the budget then you can use energiser batteries too. Overall the service and delivery of Amazon was great. The packaging was in its perfect shape though I expected a bit of damage coz it's a huge package. But there wasn't even any foxing around the cardboard. But the service might vary for you. But the product itself is super great. Great gift for 11 and 12 year olds. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on December 29, 2018

Review:My grandson is obsessed with Nerf guns and he has many but this one is the hierarchy of the Nerf guns. it shoots fast and long, it comes with an easy to load removable piece to store and load the foam bullets and easily attaches to the gun when ready to shoot. The lights on it is a huge fun bonus. My grandson says this is his favorite. Really worth every penny. Do not hesitate buy this gun! Read more

Tarun Kumar Aulak

Date:Reviewed in India on June 25, 2019

Review:Very nice SLR for children and their father's too. Read more