Nerf Super Soaker Washout pictures posted on iSoaker.com. Being a relatively small pump-action water gun (and that it’s getting much closer to winter here), I presently have no plans on doing any major testing on this item. However, I will be posting a little more information and thoughts on this model in the near future.
Enjoy the boxed pictures for now!
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.
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 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!
With the release of the Water Warriors Waterlord in Walmart, Canada, we are at the re-birth of seeing elastic-based water blasters returning to the consumer market. Buzz Bee Toys Inc’s decision to try for a Canadian release first was likely due to multiple reasons: date of expiration of the patent for which they had previous accepted an injunction, start of the season being later in Canada than in the US and/or other countries, and the ability to work with specific retailers to make it happen.
Continue reading Roads ahead – Water Warriors water blaster developments
With beautiful Spring-like temperatures, sunny skies, and being a weekend to-boot, it was the perfect day to get outside and get some range testing done on various new 2015 water blaster models. Continue reading Range Testing (2015)
As some have already seen, the review of the Water Warriors Waterlord is now posted on iSoaker.com. The Waterlord is the first rubber diaphragm-based water blaster to be produced by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. since the injunction imposed on them back in 2010. For various reasons, the Waterlord appears as if it will be only available at Walmart Canada in 2015, but with luck, it will appear on shelves in the US for 2016. Continue reading Return of “Hydro Power”
Another shot of an upcoming single pressure chamber water blaster…
Hold on a sec – is that a hole?
The only thing that the Flood Force Hurricane and Flood Force Tsunami are accurately about in their names is that they are both disasters, albeit unnatural ones. Though both are pressurized reservoir water blasters, they perform so poorly that I end up longing for a pump-action water blaster when testing them out.
Baffled by how a pressurized water blaster can yield such pitiful power and have so many problems, I opted to open up my Flood Force Tsunami to look at its internals. Continue reading Disaster is too Appropriate