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Manufacturer: Wild Water Weapons

Class:  Elastic - Bladder  Hose

  Item Number:
  Copyright Date / Release Date: 1998 / 1999
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  Availability: No Longer Made

 

Basic Statistics ::

  Weight: 0.00 g (0 oz.)
  Reservoir Volume: 0.00 mL (0 fl.oz.)
  Pressure Chamber Volume: N/A
  Pump Volume: N/A

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The Speed Loader 1500 was one of a number of water blasters produced by Wild Water Weapons in 1998. Unfortunately, a working Speed Loader 1500 is unavailable for review here at iSoaker.com. However, some information on its performance is known thanks to user submissions.

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:: Submitted Reviews

By: JLspacemarine | Posted: 20070422

Manufacturer: Other, Yes! Entertainment corp.
Year of Copyright: 1998

Length: 55,5 centimeters
Width: 9,5 centimeters
Height: 21 centimeters

Reservoir/PC Capacity: 900 mL
Pump Volume:  None

Number of Nozzles: 2

Nozzle 1:
Name: main
Output: 90 mL/sec
Range(angled): 11 m
Range(level): 7 m

Nozzle 2:
Name: dual
Output: 195 mL/sec
Range(angled): 10 m
Range(level): 7 m

Additional info
Filling Time: 10-12 sec
Shot time on main:10-11 sec
Shot time on dual:5-6 sec

Review

The SpeedLoader 1500 is a small/medium sized water gun in the speed loader series made by W3 (wild water weapons) in 1998. Like any other speed loader blaster, it is completely dependant on the Q.F.D. for filling and pressurizing. I like the simple design of the gun; it looks like a double barrel shotgun. It is comfortable to use with both hands, allowing great mobility, but somewhat difficult to use as backup due to the lack of a shoulder strap. The main feature of this gun is its dual nozzle function, which is activated just like on the CPS 1-3-5. By pulling the trigger half its length, only the main nozzle will shoot. You must pull off the trigger completely to shoot water form both nozzles, allowing great soaking abilities. The major drawback of the speed loader 1500 is the low shot time. I think 10 seconds isn't good  for a Q.F.D dependant blaster, although it fills as fast and it has high output for a light blaster. Like the rest of the soaker, the trigger mechanism feels very strong and durable. You can feel exactly where you must stop pressing the trigger to shoot with one nozzle. I think Wild Water Weapons has a reputation of making extremely durable water guns, since I've never seen someone with a broken one. Also, like on most Speed loaders, it has a target scope mounted on top of it. Which I think is more part of the soaker's styling than useful.

Pros:

Very durable, mobile and pump-free blaster, flip up target scope, good range and output, great trigger mechanism for easy nozzle selection between simple and dual nozzle soakage.

Cons:

Q.F.D. dependant, bad shot time for a SC blaster especially using both nozzles, No strap making it hard to use an additional blaster simultaneously or as back-up.


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