The Motorized Disk Launcher is a disc-firing Nerf blaster that was released in 2000. It requires two "AA" batteries to be operated.

It comes packaged with twenty discs.


This blaster is semi-automatic and features a flywheel system. There is no manual priming function and can only be used with battery power. Its power switch is located on the back of the blaster.

This was one of the first flywheel blasters to be created. It was created by Larami, one of their last blasters produced for the Nerf brand.


The Motorized Disk Launcher has an interesting history; it is one of the few blasters released around the years 1999 to 2001, alongside other blasters like the Ball Blaster, Gyro Strike, Arrow Strike and several others. As it was not released within a series, it is generally considered to be a part of the Power Nerf series, the current series at the time. Despite this, it was never actually part of an official series.

The Motorized Disk Launcher was slated for a fall 2000 release. It is unknown exactly when the blaster was released, although sources point to a release sometime between August and October 2000.[2]

It was the second and last blaster to feature the use of discs until the Vortex series in 2011. It is a spiritual successor of the SuperMAXX Disc Shooter.

Reloading and firing

To reload the Motorized Disk Launcher, open the disc holder and place up to ten discs into the blaster. Close the holder and turn on the blaster. Wait for the flywheels to reach full power and then pull the trigger to fire discs.


  • This blaster could be considered the successor to the SuperMAXX Disc Shooter due to it sharing similar internals, such as the loading tube.



  1. 1.0 1.1 Nerf® Motorized Disk Launcher.
  2. NC Previews: 2000.