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Nerf Super Soaker Freezefire Blaster
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- Freezefire water blaster holds up to 23-fluid-ounces of water
- Add ice for a freezing blast
- Pump handle to fire up to 38 feet
- Includes blaster.
- Freezefire water blaster holds up to 23-fluid-ounces of water.
- Pump handle to fire up to 38 feet.
- Includes blaster.
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Beat the heat with the freezing blasts of the Freezefire soaker! This powerful soaker lets you freeze your friends with ice-cold blasts of water. The Freezefire soaker's tank has a large 23-fluid-ounce capacity and a large enough opening so you can add ice cubes for a super-chilled soak. Freeze your friends from up to 38 feet away and put the competition on ice with the Freezefire soaker! Nerf and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
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- it shoots far (30 feet or more) so it will reach any area in any room in my house;
- the tank cap is (almost) water tight (small hole in the top for pressure) but if you don’t fill all the way, you can lie it on its side without leaking;
- tank cap is similar to a child proof cap so it doesn’t open accidentally;
- water tank capacity is quite large so even half filled, it will last a while;
- tank opening is wide so it will fit ice cubes for the added shock of cold water;
-the stream is very wide and it dispenses A LOT of water in one shot so it really douses anything in the vicinity (not just the cat);
-precision is not easy since there is no trigger. To use, you slide the piece at the bottom forward to ‘load’ the water and then slide back to dispense. which leads me to my next con;
- it takes two hands to use so by the time I am locked and loaded, the cats have figured out what is about to happen and obviously move quicker than i do;
- it is larger than I thought so not the best solution for keeping nearby for just the right moment;
Before I get any negative comments from animal lovers telling me I am cruel for using water as a deterrent....I believe in positive reinforcement when possible and I also believe in allowing pets to explore their environments while trying to keep them as safe as possible. I have two litter mates since they were 7 weeks old and individually they are easy to deal with but together, they are a handful. I have debilitating arthritis so I can't jump up every time they get into something that will either break or hurt them, hence the water approach. I have used a water bottle to keep them off the table and now, all i have to do is pick up the bottle and they jump off the table; unfortunately, the water bottle doesn't reach very far. Hopefully, as they get older, they will calm down a bit but for now, they are exploring and playing in a pet-friendly home and being trained as I see issues arise that would compromise their safety or my sanity. Keep in mind that these cats have jumped 6 feet high and knocked picture frames off the wall and managed to climb up to the ceiling and swung from a hook until it pulled out of the drywall. They have even managed to climb a heavy chrome floor lamp and knocked it over (thankfully, not shattering the glass on top). The only other solution is to keep them confined to the office room (where I have removed all dangers) until they are older. This is not ideal since I believe isolation is cruel plus they will be even more curious by not exposing them while they are young...end of disclaimer]
This Freezfire Blaster was good enough for my children, and in fact, I'm about to order three more, just to have a full arsenal on tap for the summer. Also, at $10 each, there's no great loss if one of these gets lost, broken or walks away.
Update: These water guns have held up quite nicely under constant use and abuse. With the very hot weather we've had the past week, and no swimming pool to cool off with, (the pool has been closed because of some problem with the pump), the kids have been playing almost non-stop with this water gun and the three extras that I bought. These water guns even survived a beat-down as two toddlers used them as skull-cracking, ninja warrior style weapons to settle an argument over which one of them was "the real Batman."
I filled it and put it in the fridge. The first time I used it, my neighbor waited patiently while I ran and got it. I got Mocha once with it and she was out of there.
No harm done, and I've noticed it's been several days and there has been no repeat performance.
1) Likely due to the vacuum created inside the gun, there is a hole in the cap where you fill up the gun. This obviously makes it leak if you set it on its side. The rest of the gun if essentially leak-free, making this small complaint kind of annoying.
2) My fault in not reading, but still disappointing -- there is no trigger on this gun. You don't pressurize the container and then press the trigger to fire. You just pull the handle out, and then pressing the pump handle in releasing a stream. It works well and can shoot many times before needing a refill, but I prefer the trigger shooting because then it becomes a one-handed gun after pressurizing.
3) For the overall size of the gun, I'd have thought the water compartment would've been larger.
Otherwise, it's a great shooting gun and you're sure to love it.