|Head type||Suction cup (Mega Darts and Micro Darts)|
Streamlined (Streamline Darts and Elite Darts)
|Size||3" long (7 cm long)|
|Year introduced||1997 (Mega Darts)|
2003 (Micro Darts)
2012 (Streamline Darts)
2013 (Elite Darts)
A glow-in-the-dark dart is a type of dart and ammunition.
As its name would suggest, it is able to glow in the dark. The glowing often needs special glow-in-the-dark paper stuck onto the dart's body. The Streamline Dart variation does not need this, as the body is able to glow without help from paper. All types of glow-in-the-dark dart feature glowing heads.
Only the Electric Eel, Firefly REV-8, and the Firefly Tech clip can actually support the use of their glow-in-the-dark properties.
The glow-in-the-dark dart was revisited in 2003; Micro Dart variations were released along with the Firefly REV-8. Unlike the Mega Dart version, refill packs were released as well.
The N-Strike Elite Rayven CS-18 is the newest blaster to feature glow-in-the-dark darts. Released in 2013, these glowing darts were based off of the Elite Dart. They require the use of a Firefly Tech clip to "charge" and glow. Like the Micro Dart version, refill packs were released. The elite Firefly tech clip will also be available by itself along with the darts.
Glow-in-the-dark dart refill packs can be purchased in the following sizes:
- Except for Streamline and Elite glow-in-the-dark darts, the user must manually attach glow-in-the-dark paper to the dart for it to glow.
- A variation of the XLR disc allows it to glow in the dark with the help of the Firefly Tech magazine.
- Strangely, there are no Streamline Dart refills that are able to exactly load up the Firefly Tech clip.
|Darts||Elite Dart • Glow-in-the-dark dart • Micro Dart • Sonic Micro Dart|
Streamline Dart • Tagger Micro Dart (Whistler) • Whistler Dart
|Other||Arrow • Ballistic Ball • Mega Missile • XLR disc|