The Super Soaker CPS 1500 was released by Larami Ltd. back in 1998. While not the largest water blaster released that year by Larami, the CPS 1500 was, undoubtedly, my personal favourite blaster and one of the key reasons for me to get inspired enough to launch my first website dedicated to water blaster technology. Few blasters offer the power, flexibility, ease-of-use, unique styling, and additional features that make the CPS 1500 one of the best all-purpose water blasters ever created. The level of perfection achieved by this blaster was echoed by the fact that while the rest of the CPS line got new versions for their year 2000 release, the CPS 1500 merely got a new paint job and was renamed the CPS 1700. Continue reading Super Soaker CPS 1500 – A Closer Look
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.
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
Submitted images of a blue-trigger Super Soaker SS 100 posted on iSoaker.com. Special thanks to Stephan R. for allowing us to share these on the site.
The guns and types used in the water war are described below and should help clarify the battle report. It’s particuarly boring so if you want, go ahead and skip to the war. The report itself is fairly small, due to my inability to remember details. It took about 2-3 hours. Continue reading Hydro Brawl: Party Smasher – Battle Report – 04/21/07 @ 14:00