As its name would suggest, the blaster is designed to look and perform much like as a bow. It has one tactical rail on top of the blaster. Its grip is integrated into the bottom bow limb.
It advertises a firing range of up to seventy-five feet.
The Heartbreaker Bow was announced the day before the 2013 New York Toy Fair and was the first Rebelle blaster to be showcased.
There is also a Toys "R" Us exclusive version of the model known as the Golden Edge Bow. This version features an included target as well.
After its release, it sold over one million units around the world.
The Heartbreaker Bow has been released with the following color schemes:
- Phoenix (white, black, pink, purple, and orange)
- Vine (white, black, pink, blue, and orange)
- Golden Edge (white, golden, pink, gray and orange)
- Flame (purple, pink, yellow, white and orange)
- Graffiti (white, blue, purple, black, green, and orange)
- True Legacy (white, black, and pink, with Remix "Glitzbitz" pegboard)
Reloading and firing
To reload the blaster, simply insert a single dart in the muzzle of the blaster.
Pull and release the firing mechanism to fire the blaster.
- This is the first Nerf bow in recent memory to fire darts and not arrows. Previously, the Quickstrike, Arrow Strike, and the Double Crossbow all lacked compatibility with arrows.
- The New York Toy Fair version of this blaster was missing the Nerf Rebelle logo.
|The full image gallery for Heartbreaker Bow may be viewed at Heartbreaker Bow/Gallery.|
- ↑ Basic Nerf (2013-02-15). Official product descriptions for Nerf Rebelle Heartbreaker Bow & Mission Central App « Basic Nerf. basicnerf.wordpress.com.
|2013||Guardian Crossbow • Heartbreaker Bow • Pink Crush • Powerbelle • Sneak Attacker • Sweet Revenge|
|2014||Jolt • Star Shot|
|2016||CornerSight • Epic Action Bow • Flipside Bow • Lumanate • Platinum Bow • Trilogy • Wingspeed|