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- This Point Break water blaster is an air-pressure powered “weapon” that will douse your target with a steady stream of battle-winning water
- Pump the handle 15 to 20 times for maximum soaking
- Then pull the trigger and deliver your soaking stream up to 16 feet away
- Air pressure-powered, pump handle water blaster delivers a serious soaking stream up to 16 feet away
- Pump the handle, pull the trigger and “fire”
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Use every opportunity to soak your opponent! This Nerf Super Soaker Point Break Water Blaster is an air-pressure powered blaster that will douse your target with a steady stream of battle-winning water. Pump the handle 15 to 20 times for maximum soaking, then pull the trigger and deliver your soaking stream up to 16 feet away! The Nerf Super Soaker Point Break Water Blaster features: Air pressure-powered, pump handle water blaster delivers a serious soaking stream up to 16 feet away! Pump the handle, pull the trigger and "fire"!With simple beginnings forty years ago as an orange foam ball, NERF is not only now a key player in action based performance toys but also transcends the toy aisle as a lifestyle brand for kids and adults alike. Whether its working with some of the most notable athletes of the day, sponsoring the Dew Tour with the NERF DART TAG World Championships or bringing a no-holds barred blaster experience to the video game environment, Hasbro, Inc's NERF brand continues to redefine both the sports and toy world.
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|Item Dimensions||10.24 x 2.52 x 8.74 in||17.01 x 2.99 x 10 in||12.52 x 2.91 x 9.02 in||16.26 x 2.99 x 9.02 in||16.73 x 2.52 x 10.98 in||12.99 x 2.52 x 10 in|
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Top customer reviews
Perhaps my Super Soaker was unique, but it didn't like to pressurize. The pump felt so disconnected, I thought that I had left the cap off. After several minutes of fiddling around with it, pumping on an off over 50 pumps, it finally pressurized. When I went to use the item later in the week while sitting for a charity dunk tank, it exhibited this same behavior often, even at the end of my hour.
Again, perhaps mine was unique, but it does not shoot 25 feet. At its best, it barely made 20 feet, and then with help from the wind or from shooting in an arc. The stream was thin, far more so than any Super Soaker that I'd had in the past. I suppose it worked well enough for the purpose that I purchased it, but my almost 20-year old unit that this replaced had much more distance and a thicker stream.
It does have a short capacity, but even with being a nuisance, I got several minutes worth of use out of it between refills. As one reviewer stated, you know when it's going to run out when it starts to let a lot of air out with a shot, but just as reported, it's usually good for one or two squirts past that point.
Overall, it's not a bad piece, just not worth what I paid for it. I'd probably go with a larger unit next time to get back the distance that I used to have with the older models that I've used in the past.
When the gun did not leak, it still didn't shoot a very impressive stream. Like another reviewer, I bought it for my loving dogs - sometimes they play a little too hard, and need a little blast of discipline. Unfortunately, at max pressure, it only shoots about 6 - 8 feet, at which point I may as well take three more steps and separate the dogs by hand.
When I was growing up, my dad bought me a super soaker 50 - the original super soaker. That gun was fully legit. It would shoot a decent-sized stream about 50 feet, consistently and accurately. All of my friends had one, too, and the battles we had were amazing and, obviously, memorable. When the next-door neighbors upgraded to XP 70 guns, my dad went out and bought me the CPS 2000 model. It was as big and heavy as a shotgun, and had a backpack reservoir. I could drench anyone from practically any range, and it blasted so much water that suddenly "proximity hits" became something - for instance, I could spray a wall next to someone hiding behind an obstacle, and the splatter would soak them and flush them out of their hiding spot. Sadly, after about a week, my mom made my dad take the gun back.
Seriously, the gun was so awesome that my mom thought it was bad for me. I can promise you that will never happen with any of these new, nerf super soakers. If anything, your mom will take pity on you and buy you a bag of water balloons.
Like the behemoth water shotgun that my dad got me, the Super Soaker Point Break went back to the store, but for very different reasons. I was able to find a used XP 70 online instead; hopefully it will be everything I remember.
Enter the Point Break. It's hilarious. Now we don't even have to squirt the pets. We can just threaten them with this overly large toy gun.
I cock the barrel sideways for dramatic effect.
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It also leaks, but no worse than an average mid-range water gun.