Upcoming Nerf Super Soaker Dinosquad Dino-Soak? …I am a loss for words…
Buzz Bee Toys has at least one new item under the Water Warriors brand – more info coming soon.
Found a couple of images of the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker XP 20. Not sure why they are using “XP” when these models clearly based on the original series (see: Super Soaker SS 20) Naming is even more confusing since there is a Super Soaker XP 20 as well.
Time will tell how well these remodels actually perform.
Looks like SoakerScotia in the UK got his hands on a Nerf Super Soaker XP 100 earlier than most!
Go check out his great review and pics + internal pics on WaterWar.net. I plan to do my own review on iSoaker.com eventually, but I need to find a physically available one first!
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.
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…
Posted a brief review on the Nerf Super Soaker Fortnite HC-E water blaster. This trigger-based water blaster doesn’t pack much power, really being equivalent to other small squirt blasters.
Really targeting fans of the Fortnite video game, not much value in terms of its soaking capabilities. Check out the review to read more details.
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.
With the weather finally starting to feel like Spring (nearly a month after the official first day of Spring), I managed to find time to do a little testing of the new pump-action Water Warriors Trident by Buzz Bee Toys Inc.
The Trident is aptly names since it produces three streams with every pump. However, the Trident has a functioning trigger that allows one to toggle whether the streams are parallel (default setting) or spread (trigger fully pulled). One can theoretically set the nozzles apart at a variety of angles by only partially pulling the trigger, but this is tricky to do in practice since it is a pump-action blaster that requires continuous arm movement to generate its streams.
Check out the review of the Water Warriors Trident (2019) on iSoaker.com for more details.
Looks like there’s at least one new Water Warriors water blaster for 2019, the Water Warriors Trident.
The Water Warriors Trident appears to be a pump-action water blaster with three nozzles. The nozzles can be spread apart at varying angles by pulling on the trigger. In this sense, I’d classify this as a novelty blaster with some actual tactical benefit in the field. Of course, need to see how the streams actually perform.
More information coming soon…
Well, NASA has recently done some testing of its heat/flame control system that helps keep the launch platform safer during rocket launches. Granted, with an ability to release about half-a-million gallons of water in 60 seconds, we are REALLY talking about a water gun with output rated at ~1,066,667x. Its ability to produce the 100′ man-made geysers is a nice effect. Granted, there appear to be three primary nozzles so each one has an output of a mere ~355,556x
Not bad… I want one!