Looking down the barrel of a Super Soaker Arctic Blast. Hope you’ve got your towel at the ready!
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.
Can you spot the differences?
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.
Here’s a rather different piece of Super Soaker history. Not really sure how many copies of this book were printed, but this book, by Al Davis (one of the co-founders of Larami Corp. together with Myung Song), gives his personal recounts of how he saw the Super Soaker come to life as well as other insights about life at Larami pre- and post- Super Soaker.
I haven’t finished reading the book, yet. Will post more on this once I do.
While the Super Moon was the other day, after looking longer at the picture of the moon I took yesterday, I realized that the moon also features a re-interpretation of the iSoaker.com logo on the bottom-left side!
What do you think?
I have a suspicion that that blast mark/crater wasn’t left by an asteroid – it was left by an extremely powerful water blaster from the future that tore through the fabric of space/time, leaving it’s mark on our present day moon! Really!