The series is a Target exclusive in the United States.
Similar to Nerf Rebelle and X-Shot Pink Series, Wingz features blasters with a more feminine design. The blasters feature new ammunition, all of which feature the use of wings. All current blasters in the series are affordably priced and advertise a range of between thirty and thirty-five feet, depending on the blaster.
The title Wingz was trademarked in December 2013. This trademark listing also reveals an early design of the series logo.
This series was revealed on July 23, 2014 by popular blogging website Blaster Labs. A third blaster revealed at the time, the Rocket, is currently facing an unknown fate; it has not been seen since the original release of information.
- Wingz on Buzz Bee Toys' website
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Blaster Labs: New Buzz Bee Wingz Line-up a Target Exclusive. BlasterLabs.com
- ↑ Justia Trademarks: Wingz Trademark Details. Trademarks.Justia.com
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