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Nerf Firevision

When we were younger, pretty much the only thing that could end playtime was a lack of light — but that's not a problem anymore. Nerf Firevision ($10-$20) is a new lineup of gear that uses microprism technology to make things visible even at night. Whether you're playing football, basketball, or just bouncing a ball, all you need is a pair of Firevision glasses to see the action. The best part? No charging required.

  • Lego Star Wars R2D2

    Most of the more elaborate Star Wars Lego kits we've seen have been dedicated to space ships/cruisers/battle stations, so it's refreshing to see an entire 2127 pieces dedicated to a single character. Building this Lego Star Wars R2D2 ($240) set will yield you a strikingly accurate rendition of everyone's favorite bleeping, blooping droid, standing over a foot tall and featuring a retractable third leg, front panels that open to reveal a universal computer interface arm and a circular saw, a rotating head, and a fact plaque complete with mini R2D2 figure.

  • Nerf N-Strike Elite Hail-Fire Blaster

    Take your lunch break warfare to a whole new level with the Nerf N-Strike Elite Hail-Fire Blaster ($40). Packing eight quick reload clips that rest in a rotating ammo rack, this Elite Dart-firing monster holds up to 144 rounds, and offers the ability to hit targets up to 75 feet away, two tactical rails for accessorizing, and a special acceleration trigger that activates a motor for semi-automatic firing. Ready your cubicle accordingly.