While I definitely intend to continue writing up more “A Closer Look” articles, with summer coming to a close, the frequency of new articles will slow a bit as work and life are starting to have me a little busier. There are also other aspects of iSoaker.net as well as iSoaker.com that I wish to develop; everything, of course, costs time.
Of course, with autumn approaching, that also means we are getting closer to learning more on what new stock water blasters will be available for 2016.
I am also looking for means to inspire others who are interested to help build this site, but one step at a time.
The Water Warriors Vindicator was the largest of the linear-style water blasters released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2009. As the big brother of the Water Warriors Equalizer, the Vindicator sports a five (5)-setting nozzle selector, shoulder strap, and an internal elastic pressure chamber. As one of the most potent water guns since the end of the CPS-brand of Super Soaker, the Vindicator was a sight for sore eyes. Sadly, its development and evolution was cut short, though there remains hope that we have not seen the last of this type of blaster. Continue reading Water Warriors Vindicator – A Closer Look
The Water Warriors Python 2 is a great pressurized reservoir water blaster released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2013. As a newer version of the Water Warriors Python (2012), the Python 2 more-or-less improved on every aspect of the Python from output to range to capacity to ergonomics. As such, the Water Warriors Python 2 was declared the Best New Water Gun / Water Blaster for Summer, 2013 by iSoaker.com. Read on to learn more about this simple, solid performance pressurized water blaster. Continue reading Water Warriors Python 2 – A Closer Look
The Water Warriors Equalizer was released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2009 and was the smallest of a new layout of Water Warriors-brand water blaster. Its larger brethren are the Water Warriors Renegade and Water Warriors Vindicator. The Equalizer subsequently evolved into the Water Warriors Outlaw (2013) which can still be found on store shelves at the time this article is being written. The Equalizer is also one of my all-time favourite water blasters. Let’s explore why. Continue reading Water Warriors Equalizer – A Closer Look
I went at most famous Korean water park with my brother and his friends, called by Caribbean bay.
I went gift shop and looking on water guns, I saw Nerf super soaker barrage, and some typical water guns.
Well, I saw the familiar water gun in the gift shop.
I imagine myself, ‘I saw this water gun at isoaker, so what is it?’
And suddenly I believed, It was Water warrior’s Steady stream 2!
Brand was different, but it have very good range and output.(I tested with sample )
This is saying that, water warriors water gun can be available in Korea!
※bad grammars, bad vocabulary… sorry, I am Korean.
The Water Warriors Drench Master is a simple, effective pump-action water blaster released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2015. Following in the footsteps of older Water Warriors pump-action models, the Drench Master brings to the table greater capacity than the 2008 Water Warriors Avenger while still offering a nozzle selector, albeit with only two nozzle settings from which to choose. For this type of water blaster, the Drench Master offers good capacity and performance in a solid package.
Continue reading Water Warriors Drench Master – A Closer Look
In Korea, people think water gun is only played by children.
So, water guns are usually product focusing on the characters, not power.
And korean water guns are always use air pressure or piston pressure.
Some korean water guns have good range, but nothing have good output.
In Korea, only barrage,double drench,scatter blast,alphafire,zipfire,freezefire are avilavle that producted at brands.
I want water warriors come in at Korea, but I think it takes so long time.
-I am korean. sorry for my bad English
I began reviewing water blasters, primarily Super Soakers, back in 1998 (over 17 years ago) to go with the launching of Aquatechnology. Of course, I never would have guessed then that I’d still be doing reviews 17 years on (but that’s another story). As Aquatechnology grew and I amassed more and more water guns to test, more people started visiting my site. As Aquatechnology evolved into iSoaker.com in 2000, the ways I measured and reported on how particular water blaster models behaved also changed. To think that there are now over 300 reviews on iSoaker.com Continue reading On Statistics, Accuracy, and Reviews on iSoaker.com
The Water Warriors Steady Blast was previously the largest of the new Water Warriors brand water blaster released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2015, that is, until the Water Warriors Waterlord was unveiled in April, 2015. In many ways, the Steady Blast can be considered as the “Big Brother” of the original Water Warriors Steady Stream (2007). The Steady Blast employs the same spring-based water pressure capacitor technology as first seen in the Steady Stream, but has a number of differences beyond styling as well, some useful, others, not so much.
Continue reading Water Warriors Steady Blast – A Closer Look
The Water Warriors Waterlord is the first new elastic-pressure-chamber-based water blaster by Buzz Bee Toys in a little over 4 years (See: Water Warriors Evolution Tree – Elastic -Based) and just shy of five (5) years since Buzz Bee Toys Inc. was sued by Hasbro Inc. for infringing on the “CPS Patent” and being served an injunction, though no monetary penalty (See: History of the Water Warriors brand). Continue reading Water Warriors Waterlord – A Closer Look