When I was a kid we had water guns. Tiny little things that leaked all over the place, had a range of about 6 feet and held what seemed like less than a mouth full of water. Everything changed in 1989 with the release of the first Super Soaker. Super Soakers ushered in an era of pump action, long range and high capacity water guns.
Did the world of water gun advancement stop in 1989? Of course not! Every year Hasbro introduces new Super Soakers and new for 2014 is the Nerf Super Soaker Tri Strike Crossbow. With the temperature up around 90, we decided now would be the perfect time to do a hand-on video review of the Super Soaker Tri-Strike Crossbow –
Yes, Three Streams Are Better Than One!
As the video shows, the big feature in the Nerf Super Soaker Tri Strike Crossbow is the ability to fire three streams of water at once. Just as you might imagine, soaking your sibling with 3 streams of water is much more fun than just 1 stream of water. Here is some more information –
“Soak like a champ with this incredibly versatile Tri Strike Crossbow soaker! It’s shaped like a crossbow and its arms deploy for 2 different modes of soakage. When the arms are in, you can fire a single stream of water at targets up to 38 feet away! But if you’re going for a bigger soaking at closer range, deploy the arms for a triple stream of water! This large-capacity soaker holds up to 40 ounces of water, so you’ll be the top drencher with the Tri Strike Crossbow!”
No Batteries + Tons of Water = Loads of Summer Time Fun
The Nerf Super Soaker Tri Strike Crossbow is everything you want in a water gun. It is easy to use (no batteries), has a good range, holds a large amount of water and provides three streams of soaking fun. The Nerf Super Soaker Tri Strike Crossbow sells for about $20 and if that is all it takes to keep the kids outside, playing and happy this summer – then I am all for it!
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