|Head type||Suction cup|
|Size||3.25" x 0.5" (8.3 cm x 1.3 cm)|
The Micro Dart (commonly called a Suction Dart or Sticky Dart) is a type of dart and ammunition.
The Micro Dart was one of the most common Nerf dart types during the years of its popularity. A basic Micro Dart features a suction cup head that will stick to most smooth surfaces, even when fired at long range. The Micro Dart is rather small and is used in many non-clip system blasters.
It was first introduced in 1993. Production of the Micro Dart has continued since then. It was the successor to the popular Mega Dart and went on to outlive it. When introduced, it was commonly known as a "Rip Rocket", due to the fact that the Rip Rockets series was the first series to use Micro Darts.
The Micro Dart has been released with the following color schemes:
- Standard (orange body/black head)
- Black body/orange head
- Clear Series (red body/red head)
- Gray body/blue head
- Orange body/purple head
- Orange body/blue head
- Red body/black head
- Yellow body/purple head
- Camouflage body/black head
Micro Darts refill packs can be purchased in the following sizes:
- 30 (packaged with mesh bag)
- Ammo Bag Kit (50)
- The Micro Dart is often used in single-fire and revolver-type blasters. However, it has started to be replaced by the Whistler Dart. Refills for Micro Darts can still be purchased, but the Whistler Dart is starting to be packaged with Nerf blasters.
- They are extremely hard to find in the United Kingdom as most of the blasters that would have Micro Darts in the United States or other countries are replaced by Whistler Darts or Sonic Micro Darts in the United Kingdom.
- Strangely, on Nerf N-Strike, clip system blasters use these even though they don't have streamlined heads.
|Darts||Collectible Dart • Elite Dart • Mega Dart • Glow-in-the-dark dart • Micro Dart|
Sonic Micro Dart • Streamline Dart • Tagger Micro Dart (Whistler)
|Other||Arrow • Ballistic Ball • Mega Missile • XLR disc|