Upcoming 2020 Nerf Super Soaker water blasters?

It appears that what was old is new again?

Looks like the original Super Soaker 100 and Super Soaker 30 are returning in an updated form. These new versions are given an “XP” designation, though this may be for EU/UK products and North American versions may or may not be named identically.

(Images and info from abgee.co.uk)

Not much else is known about these water blasters and how well they perform compared to the original versions. There are two other water blasters named, but no images available, yet: the Nerf Super Soaker XP20 and Super Soaker Fortnite Pump SG.

More info to come as it becomes available…

Soak on!

First Day of Summer, 2019

Happy First Day of Summer, 2019!

For me, it’s been actually one of the first days since the start of the year that it’s actually felt like summer. Alas, also like things have been for me since the start of the year, finding time to test and review the latest water blasters has been few and far between. I did recently pick up a couple of the Nerf Fortnite Super Soaker water blasters (specifically, the HC-E and R1; haven’t gotten the TS-R, yet). Unfortunately, haven’t had a chance to take pictures, let alone measure any statistics on either of them.

I also acknowledge that I’m behind on iSoaker.com reviews, notably for the Nerf Super Soaker Hydra and Nerf Super Soaker Piranha. I hope to get at least one review up by end of next week, but life keeps on dropping surprises on me so only time will tell.

Granted, this warm weather is inspiring me to want to go out and do some field testing using some of these new water blasters on friends and family. Hope others are making better use of the weather than I’ve managed to do, thusfar.

Soak on!

Upcoming 2019 Nerf Super Soaker Models

Seems like news on upcoming Nerf Super Soaker models can be discovered a little earlier every year.

This year, found info and some pics on at least three (3) new 2019 Nerf Super Soaker models:

  • Nerf Super Soaker Hydra
  • Nerf Super Soaker Barracuda
  • Nerf Super Soaker Piranha

 

The Hydra appears to be an inverted Nerf Super Soaker SoakZooka while the Piranha is a trigger-based water blaster. No image is available for the Barracuda, but from its description, it has two stacked barrels that blast (continuously?) while pumping. Images and information obtained from Entertainment Earth.

More information on these water blasters as they become available.

Soak on!

Upcoming Nerf Super Soaker: Zombie Strike Ripstorm pictures found

Found pictures of the upcoming 2018 Nerf Super Soaker Zombie Strike Ripstorm from this website.

This design reminds me of the Super Soaker Hydro Blade (2004). However, unlike the Hydro Blade, I do not believe that the Ripstorm is a pressurized water blaster. How well it functions in stream or “shred” mode remains to be seen.

 

Update: Just realized the Nerf Super Soaker Zombie Strike Ripstorm is already available for sale on Amazon.com.