Recent found this clearer picture of the upcoming 2018 Nerf Super Soaker SplashMouth on this website.
From this image and the previous illustration seen, the novelty of this pump-action water blaster is the fact that its reservoir has a top panel that can be opened (by depressing that tab at the back), allowing one to “splash” out its reservoir contents. I really cannot comment on whether this would be a particularly effective water attack unless at really close-range. More info on this water blaster will be posted as it becomes available.
Came across this clearer image of the upcoming 2018 Nerf Super Soaker Soakzooka on this website.
Granted, while the image is clearer, I still haven’t quite figured out how it is likely to work. What I initially thought would be a pivoting handle now appears to possibly slide (?) downwards (?). Or perhaps it does pivot on the bottom point, making the nozzle piece slide in and out (?). It appears to have up to 7 nozzles, but could actually be 6 or even just one; at thing angle, cannot tell which of those holes actually have nozzles in them.
Will post more as information come available.
Enjoy the pic and soak on!
Pictures of original Super Soaker XP 90: Pulse Fire (New-In-Box) posted on iSoaker.com. Includes pictures of hanging instruction booklet/tag.
Pictures of an original Super Soaker XP 55 (New-in-Box) posted on iSoaker.com. Packaging colors and layout aside, one additional interesting thing to note is the preview of the “unverified” Super Soaker XP 300 shown on the back of the box.
iSoak’D 161: Dear Santa, 2017 now posted on iSoaker.com. Enjoy!
As noted by jja on WaterWar.net, a few upcoming 2018 Nerf Super Soaker model images have been found.
Based on these low-resolution images, the Splash Mouth and Twin Tide appear to be pump-action, but am unclear on the Soakzooka. If I were to guess, the Soakzooka might use a trigger-less small stored-energy system like the 2008 Super Soaker Quick Blast, but this is purely speculation due to the pump shape and lack of a notable trigger (unless that isn’t a pump, but a lever-based trigger). As for why a water blaster with “gatling-gun”-type styling was given a name containing “-zooka” remains to be understood. As for the “Splash Mouth”, it looks like water can be *sloshed* out of a hole in the top (?).
I did stumble across one other name for a possible upcoming 2018 Nerf Super Soaker, the Nerf Super Soaker Zombie Strike Ripstorm, but as there are no images, yet, it remains unclear whether this item will actually be available, yet.
More info on upcoming water blasters as information becomes available. Soak on!
England may be rainy, but it get EXTRA soaked recently when iSoaker was in town. Check out my iSoakin’ London pictures on iSoaker.com. Soak on!
Recently got my hands on two more Hardee’s Super Soaker Collectibles from 1995 and posted their pictures on iSoaker.com. Due to the fact that these are no longer available (over 20 years old?!), I have no plans on opening them for testing purposes.
Enjoy the pictures, though!
Posted New-In-Box Super Soaker Super Charger SC 600 pictures onto iSoaker.com. While I’ve reviewed the Super Soaker SC 600 water blaster nearly 2 decades ago (?!), I did not have the habit back then of taking photos of water blasters still in their packaging. Now that I managed to acquire one still in its box, I can correct that oversight.
While I’ve had a Super Soaker CPS 2700 since its release year, I actually never got my hands on the silver version of this classic CPS-class water blaster until now. Enjoy these images of a Blast(er) from the Past!
Check out: Images of the Super Soaker CPS 2700 on iSoaker.com