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NERF SUPER SOAKER SWITCH SHOT WATER BLASTER

Super Soaker Switch Shot Blaster

$29.99


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The Nerf Super Soaker Switch Shot, like the , features a semi-tracked pump. The pump grip area is chunky and feels quite comfortable to hold; its vertical ridges offer good traction when pumping. Pulling the pump to create a stream works well, but the pump intake appears to suffer from some lag, even when drawing water from the reservoir supplied. Again, like the , this makes the blaster stutter if one tries to pump rapidly. It is unclear whether this is a result from tight directional valves or the additional tubing required by the use of the magazine system, or both. On top of this, the amount of water pushed per pump leaves much to be desired; the older pushed out twice the volume of water that this Switch Shot can. These faults with the pumping mechanism seriously detract from this blaster's usefulness in the field.

The trigger and grip area on the Nerf Super Soaker Switch Shot, like the rest of the blaster, are well moulded and quite comfortable to hold. Again, Hasbro Inc. spent a good amount of time refining their triggers and grips. The grip is also nicely in line with the pump allowing one to put one's full force into the pump.

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    The trigger and grip area on the Nerf Super Soaker Switch Shot, like the rest of the blaster, are well moulded and quite comfortable to hold. Again, Hasbro Inc. spent a good amount of time refining their triggers and grips. The grip is also nicely in line with the pump allowing one to put one's full force into the pump.

    The reservoir on the Nerf Super Soaker Switch Shot is a larger version of the magazine that first appeared in 2011 with the and . The Nerf Super Soaker Switch Shot's larger Banana Clip holds a little more than twice the amount of water the original clip/magazine held. The ridging on the sides make it easy to hold when refilling, but its shape can lead to the trapping of some air if one is not paying attention when refilling; one needs to ensure that this reservoir's opening remains on top so as to not trap air in the upper portion of the reservoir during the filling process. One can, of course, swap in the magazine from the the drum from the , or attach the larger if desired.