Experience the water-drenching fun that started it all! This Nerf Super Soaker XP100 blaster features the original air-pressurized water launching mechanism, bright retro colors, and classic styling -- it's a splashtastic blast from the past for today’s water warriors. Fill the removable tank, pump the handle to pressurize the tank, then pull the trigger to unleash a continuous, air-powered blast of water. Soak up the fun and pour on the air-pressurized power of the Nerf Super Soaker XP100 blaster! Tank capacity is 44.44 fluid ounces (1.26 liters).
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• Includes: 1 blaster. • Ages: 6 and up • CAUTION: Do not aim at eyes or face. • WARNING: Small parts may be generated.
i was too poor to have a super soaker when i was a kid lol
5 out of 5 stars
theLITTLEgiant - 7 days ago
So i grew up in a low income household with alot of siblings. I watched the commercials for super soakers but water balloons and dollar store water guns were the best we ever had and I never knew what I missed out on with the super soaker cause at least i still got to play in water. My husband apparently there was a bit more funding in his household for super soakers and he had not only this version but a backpack version(i never even knew that existed!!!!) I digress. My husband had a TON of critiques and also mentioned that it was slightly improved but some features are in fact, improved. I however have ZERO critiques and it was an blast(no pun intended) soaking my kids down with these lol ESPECIALLY AFTER BEING LOCKED IN THE HOUSE WITH THEM FOR THREE MONTHS. If people have a critique they are probably forgetting its a children's toy. I am a very petite female and veteran I find that this is the absolute PERFECT small water rifle. My daughters are obviously much smaller than me. If you are purchasing for a child i recommend they be 50lbs or larger cause my petite minis couldn't carry it around and put up a good fight, which is fine because got them a different gun that held more water and took less effort and cost less. But this was perfect for the nostalgia and fun of playing with my kiddos!
This thing has no pressure and leaks like a siv. After a few pumps, it starts squirting out with no retention. When you fire it, it will spray for a few and then just pst out the remaining air pressure. This is worse than the dollar store guns that existed back when Super Soaker actually made decent guns.
Terribly disappointed in the quality. The older super soakers were great fired only when you pull the trigger. These randomly start spraying when the soaker is being pumped upand just aren't nearly as good. High hopes dashed. Will not buy another and will likely return.
The Super Soaker Broke the first time we tried to use it. We filled it with water, started pumping, and it broke and all the water leaked out and lost all pressure, never even got to try it once. Target was great annoy the return. I did not have to ship it back.
A tip you must hold the barrel downward for the pressure tank to suck up & prime the water gun. However once its fully pressurized you'll know because it'll start squirting on its own. If your lucky the water won't leak from the trigger, i purchased two but 1 wasn't QC'd properly. Not worth $15