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Super Soaker Max Infusion Flash Flood Water Blaster

by Hasbro

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  • Totally awesome water blaster
  • Blast `em once with a constant stream of water or blast `em twice by pulling back the trigger for the ultimate FLASH FLOOD
  • Quick-fill cap allows for fast-and-easy refills
  • Air-powered water blaster features two water tanks and a patented CONSTANT PRESSURE SYSTEM (CPS)
  • Hit targets up to 35 feet away with two powerful blasting modes
  • CONSTANT PRESSURE SYSTEM ensures that the last drop of water blasts out with as much power as the first
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 15.6 x 13.1 inches ; 15.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BXJ0JS
  • Item model number: 52692
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 9 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,246 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

The opposing Soaker Tag Elite team will be counting in cubits when you unleash the flash flood blaster. Using the patented constant pressure system, you'll have two powerful ways to soak the competition. You can choose the regular nouncezle to shoot a concentrated stream up to 35' away. Or, release the flash flood trigger and drench your opponent by emptying the huge 16 ounce upper tank all at once. The blaster shoots concentrated stream of water or unleashes a drenching flood. The constant pressure system ensures that water pressure lasts and lasts. This blaster comes with ten body targets.

From the Manufacturer

Grab one of these air-powered water blasters and challenge a friend to non-stop blasting. Rapid pumping power and a 35-ounce water supply helps you blast at your opponent with a soaking attack up to 25 feet away. The quick fill cap means there is nothing to twist off, and no caps to fumble with, so you can engage in non-stop blasting all summer long.

Customer Reviews

This is a fun water gun.
Wasuge
It gets varied range, from weak (25ft) to sad (30ft), depending on your strength, and even then you can't aim the dual streams.
Nick Winterbauer
I have almost all the Max-infusion super soakers, and this is the best.
Andrew Violette

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

103 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Nick Winterbauer on June 13, 2006
Alright, since I feel like there has been much confusion about the newer soakers, (2002 through 2006), I thought I would clear everything up, since I am a veteran of the soaker world and have some 50 soakers of all types. Super Soaker was bought by Hasbro, and since then, the guns have slowly declined in power, and have started using gimmics. Guns of the past reached 45 feet and up in range, but now hitting 35 feet is supposed to be awesome. Soakers of the past didn't need gimmics, because of their superiority to everything else. Now, those are the only things soakers have left.

I can't say these kids posting reviews are being dumb, because they aren't. They most likely have never even seen older soakers, let alone use them, so they don't know what they are missing out on. I was around then, so I know how to post a credible review. Now, onto this years soakers, and their flaws.

Max-Infusion Flash Flood: It doesn't get much range (30-35ft), and has a weak main nozzle that rivals the original ancient Super Soakers. The "Flash Flood" nozzle isn't a thick drenching stream, but more like that weak nozzle on a hose that no sane person would use, as it is neither accurate, nor able to saturate anything. The triggers also break a lot since Hasbro decided to use a new "Max-Distance" style trigger.

Max-Infusion Defender: The best gun this year, it is tough, and ready. It gets the best range (~35 feet) but has a rather small nozzle. The awkward trigger and grip actually feel really good to ones hand.

Max-Infusion Overload: It has a slightly larger Max-Infusion pack, but it still holds only a little water. Compared to the guns of today, it doesn't even hold much.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Violette on July 16, 2006
I have almost all the Max-infusion super soakers, and this is the best. It has both a regular stream and the flood stream. The flood stream will get someone really wet, but they have to be about 10-15 feet in front of you. The regular stream shoots about 30-35 feet.

I would suggest getting the shoulder water pack as you're only good for about two 'flood' shots with the standard tank. With the 50 oz. water pack you can get about 5 'flood' shots.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. M. Jackson VINE VOICE on February 6, 2007
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I bought these for my siblings, 4, 6 and 8, for Christmas.

They are big guns. The 4 year old has a hard time, but manages to have fun. The other two have no problem pushing the trigger, but doing the flash flood function (which is cool, like a blast from a garden hose on steroids all of a sudden, all at once) is difficult for them. You have to pull it back quick and it does have some resistance that even I (25 yr old male) have a little trouble with.

The spraying is fun, and it generally does stay strong until the end, but after giving in to the temptation to flash flood a couple of times, you are out of water and out of pressure.

Another thing: the kids can barely pump these things to the degree they would need to. I am no hulk, but I pump these things as many times as I can before getting resistance and it does not last the whole tank of water.

The good thing though is that these are consistently attractive toys, however difficult it may be to keep them pumped, filled and ready for play.

I would highly recommend getting the water expansion bag thing (lets you have more water over your shoulder).

All in all, we got this from amazon for half off regular price during the holidays (some weird one day only thing) and for that (seven bucks) it was worth it by far.

We like, really like, but do not love, these guns.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Snakecharmer1222 on June 25, 2006
This "shotgun-like" super soak works well at close range. But it won't win a spitting contest! The launching range of this soaker would make Evil Knievel die of laughter. Added to that, I've been reading other reviews about some of these "Flash Floods" breaking down or leaking after a few days of use and it is true. Mine began to leak and the trigger broke afterwards. All in all, this is a great gun in originality, but compared to other models, it's obsolete. Buy at your own risk!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on February 10, 2006
I have the normal flash flood, and it is great! This is the exact same water gun, though. The only difference is the coloring. I am not sure if it works with the new back pack though. The normal nozzle is great, but the flash flood nozzle is very good. It holds a very impressive 40 oz. of water. If you have enough money, I would buy it! Also, you should look at the Aquapack Devastator.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Maximo on June 19, 2006
I completely agree with Mr. Winterbauer. When i was a kid, the CPS and XP models of the Super Soakers dominated summer. XP guns were smaller, and could shoot at least 40 feet, some reaching 50, all while highly accurate. CPS (Constant Pressure System) guns were for power, shooting a thicker stream from durable nozzles. I myself owned many CPS guns and two XP models, and had tons of fun with other kids. Nowadays, guns have everything from laser pointers, despite the fact that playing with water guns in the dark is just ridiculous; Battery powered internal chilling mechanisms that reduce water temperature? Just use cold water from a hose, what's the point? And useless "flash flood" sprays that do nothing but waste water. If you want a good water gun, go for the old ones. Sure, they have different colors, they're orange, purple, and mostly yellow, but they're DURABLE, FUN, and SUPERIOR to any water gun you can find nowadays. Happy Summer everyone.
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