What's Inside GEL BLASTER SURGE? | I Take Apart This Gellet Blaster Toy To See How It's Made & Works
The Gel Blaster SURGE is one of the few available gel blasters in the United States. https://amzn.to/372ingz
Gel Blasters are still new in the US and haven't yet gained widespread popularity primarily because they are looked down upon by the airsoft community. However, I don't see these as a replacement or threat to airsoft. Gel Blasters offer a new category of fun that fits in between Nerf and Airsoft. Gel Blasters provide a good form of backyard fun with very cheap ammo that biodegrades and doesn't require any cleanup. If you're serious about your game and looking for high accuracy, then airsoft is your game. If you just want to have fun with kids, family, and friends with minimal protection (protective eyewear is all that's really necessary), then gel blasters are for you.
WHERE TO BUY:
Gel Blaster SURGE - https://amzn.to/372ingz
Ammo (Gellets) 5 pack (50,000 rounds) - https://amzn.to/3zFdzKz
Ammo 5 pack (50,000 rounds - 3rd Party - Cheaper) - https://amzn.to/3l9L6sp
Ammo Orange 10 pack (100,000 rounds - 3rd Party - Cheaper) - https://amzn.to/3BOu0pK
Ammo Blue 10 pack (100,000 rounds - 3rd Party - Cheaper) - https://amzn.to/3zImLO9
In this video I take apart the Gel Blaster SURGE to see how it is made inside. The SURGE uses a gearbox driven piston that is a typical design of gel blasters and airsoft. All the gears, piston, piston housing and inner barrel are plastic. The motor is not a standard size that I could find. The motor is powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery. Although this battery is not easily accessible, it uses a common connector, so it could be easily changed if it died completely. The circuit board charges the Li-ion battery through a USB C connector. Power to the motor is directly controlled by a micro switch.
What's Inside GEL BLASTER SURGE
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