It’s been awhile, but I just posted a new iSoak’D comic strip (#156) on iSoaker.com. Hope you enjoy!
Found these images of the coming Nerf Super Soaker Freezefire 2.0 on this UK webpage.
A remodel of the 2014 Nerf Super Soaker Freezefire, this, too, appears to be a pump-action water blaster whose primary difference from other pump-action water blasters is a larger cap and reservoir opening, allowing one to insert ice cubes more easily into the reservoir. I’ll admit, while functional, ice does reduce the amount of liquid water available and I have not found icy water to be that fun to actually use in a water fight. Perhaps “fun” for pranks, the whole “ice” thing doesn’t seem to be well tolerated for long.
Found these clear images of the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker Dartfire images below on this UK Toy & Model Distributor webpage.
Contrary to my initial hypothesis, this blaster does NOT appear to launch water-propelled darts. Rather, it appears to be a combination blaster that can shoot darts OR water, reminding me of the Nerf: Switchshots series from ~2000. I am unclear if there is a selector switch or not.
Beginning on January 1, 2014, the 365 Days of Soaking Visual Project provided a lot of fun, water blaster-related insight into my world.
Each day from the project is represented by each square in the following collage:
Of course, each day shows off the full picture as well as provides some insights/information regarding each particular image.
Very demanding project, but was still a lot of fun to take a water blaster-related image every day. Hope you find this older project still fun to see and read as well!
Rather neat to see some older Nerf Super Soaker product names in their logo form with a clean background.
Sadly, of all the Nerf Super Soakers names above, none of them actually used any sort of pressurization technology.
Found another not-seen-before Nerf Super Soaker Rebelle model on this Swiss website, the Nerf Super Soaker Rebelle Tidal Twist.
This one, like the Infinity Fire, appears to be pump-action, but features at least one rotating nozzle. Hopefully this blaster’s rotating nozzle works more consistently than the rotating nozzle on the 2016 Nerf Super Soaker H2Ops Tornado Scream.
Stumbled across another Nerf Super Soaker water blaster model I haven’t come across before on this Swiss website – the Nerf Super Soaker Rebelle Infinity Fire
Looks like it’s a pump-action water blaster, but meant to be braced against one’s shoulder (slightly) to provide more stability/power when using? Not sure how much better it will perform compared to older models like the Nerf Super Soaker Rebelle Blue Crush.
Learned about the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker HoverFlood device on this German website. This does not appear to be a water blaster, per se, but rather a type of sprinkler that, with adequate hose pressure, will cause the blades to spin and the upper sprinkler-section to rise into the air, held aloft by its spinning blade. Could be fun, but how well it actually works remains to be tested.
Along with the DartFire, found a preview image of the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker Floodinator on this German website. Seeing that it lacks a trigger, currently presuming that this is a pump-action water blaster, but whether it sports a single or fan/spread/burst-type nozzle arrangement remains to be seen.