BlasterLabs found some pictures of the upcoming Nerf Super Soaker Zombie Strike Infector and Contaminator. It appears that while both of these blasters look like pump-action water guns, they are coming with some sort of “slime/ooze” packet. Talk about going against the general rule of only using clear, clear water during water fights.
The Super Soaker XP 310 was the largest air pressure water gun released by Larami Ltd. in 2000 under the Super Soaker XP line. For all intents and purposes, it can be thought of as the big brother to the Super Soaker XP 220, sharing the same colour palette and some similar styling, though also being quite different since the XP 310 features dual separate air pressure chambers.
After a year-and-a-half, I’m opting to no longer regularly update the iSoaker Warriors Google+ page. Having had parallel updates with the iSoaker Warriors Facebook page, the Google+ page managed to only attract 21 people and only 1 or 2 people replying. The Facebook page now has 125 followers and more replies than I can easily count. Continue reading iSoaker Warriors (Google+) Going into Stasis
Thanks to the video the Southern Brisbane Nerf Club posted on YouTube, we now know more on some upcoming 2015/2016 Nerf Super Soaker models. The new line seems to be branded as “H2O PS” and has the statement “Pressure-Tech” on its packaging. Continue reading More on upcoming air pressure Nerf Super Soaker
Looks like air pressure Nerf Super Soakers are appearing in Australia and are anticipated to come to the Northern Hemisphere come 2016… more info posted here.
iSoaker Warriors now has a Twitter feed. While I’m still not 100% sure how useful it’ll be, the time felt right to try it out.
The review of the Nerf Super Soaker Rebelle Wave Warrior is now posted on iSoaker.com. Took me awhile to find one, but now that I have, info and pics posted. Of course, I hope to do some range testing on this water blaster soon, though I’m NOT looking forward to putting that reservoir back on…
The War Stories category is now added as a subsection of iSoaker.net. While iSoaker.com focuses on the technology and gear that make water fights and water warfare possible, iSoaker.net shall look more towards the User-side of the equation. Amongst other things, I am presently migrating old Fan Stories, War Stories, and Battle Reports over from iSoaker.com to iSoaker.net. Once the migration is complete, I’ll be re-directing the link on iSoaker.com to the iSoaker.net category. One major advantage for using iSoaker.net to house battle reports and war stories is that iSoaker.net members have the ability to draft and publish their stories through the website. There has been a lull in war stories submissions to iSoaker.com for a variety of reasons, but hope the development of iSoaker.net inspires others to share their water blaster and water warfare experiences!
Aquatechnology turns 17 today! The predecessor to iSoaker.com, it was 17 years ago today that I decided to launch a water-blaster-focused website, primarily looking at Super Soaker models in the beginning. How things have grown and changed since then.
Newly acquired pictures of a boxed Super Soaker XP 15: 2000 Edition posted on iSoaker.com. While I was not able to find these in stores back when they were first released in 2000, glad I managed to still acquire one still new-in-its-packaging 15 years later.