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.
My wife and I love these. We feel it's a even better value than the original Super Soaker 100. See below for more details:
The new Super Soaker XP100 is much sturdier than the original Super Soaker 100. Although smaller than the original with a slightly smaller reservoir it has a slightly larger nozzle and only takes 7 pumps to be pressurized. The original 100 took 12 pumps to be pressurized and over time developed cracks in the barrel that would cause it to snap. The original 100 also could crack and lose pressure easily from overtightening the bottles. The new xp100 has a blade connecter that only takes a quick turn to lock in. Both the original 100 and the new XP100 leak from the nozzle when overpressurized. It is just more apparent with the new one because it has a larger pump that takes less pumps to get up to pressure. A pinch valve uses a spring clamp to pinch a water gun's outlet hose to prevent it from squirting. The beauty of this is that it prevents the water gun from being overpressurized. At 14.99 for the XP100 it less than half the cost of an original 100 which would be $38.47 in today's dollars. So value for the money is high. My wife and I love the ones that we bought. The only real downside to this blaster is that it has to be pumped pointed downward which can be solved by a quick snip with a pair of scissors to shorten the fill hose.
Was really hoping to like this but it seems like a very cheap remake. We are having an issue with it leaking from the trigger and after a few pumps it starts squirting out of the barrel. Seems like bad seals. Likely returning