|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It comes packaged with four Micro Darts.
The SuperMAXX 350 features the same infamous "prong" barrels that its predecessor featured. This version features an updated shell, including a more comfortable handle and priming mechanism, as well as a new color scheme, featuring a much darker blue than before.
The iron sight on the SuperMAXX 250 has been removed on this blaster, which now features neither an iron sight nor a guide. The updated 2003 version featured more powerful internals, improving the blaster significantly. This version also used the updated 2003 logo.
This was one of the last blasters to be released under the SuperMAXX line, as late as 2000. It is essentially a remake of the SuperMAXX 250, as the only thing changed was the look of the blaster.
It was succeeded in 2002 by the Air Tech 1000, which it was sold alongside with until 2003. The turret of the SuperMAXX 350 would later be used on the Air Tech 1000. The SuperMAXX 350 was the only SuperMAXX blaster to receive the 2003 update, and because of this lasted the longest out of any SuperMAXX blaster.
It was re-released in 2003 with a new red color scheme.
The SuperMAXX 350 has been released with the following color schemes:
- Original (blue, green and orange)
- 2003 re-release (red, gray and orange)
- ↑ NC Previews: 2000. Web.Archive.org
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 NC Reviews: Nerf® SuperMAXX™ 350. NerfCenter.com
- ↑ FroggyFilmWorks: (vintage) Nerf air tech (airtech) 1000 (AT1K) review. YouTube.com