:: Water Warriors Pulse Force
.: Statistics measured at iSoaker.com
:: General Stats
Manufacturer: Buzz Bee Toys Inc.
Item Number: 57600
Copyright Date / Release Date: 2009 / 2010
Availability: In Stores
Overall Stats ::
Weight: 638.00 g (22.54 oz.)
Reservoir Volume: 1190.00 mL (39.67 fl.oz.)
Firing/Pressure Chamber Volume: 35.00 mL (1.17 fl.oz.)
Pump Volume: 21 mL (0.7 fl.oz.)
iSoaker.com Ratings .:
Blaster :: 40.0 cm (15.75 ") x 8.5 cm (3.35 ") x 21.5 cm (8.46 ")
Known Version Colours .:
(From iSoaker.com Findings)
Number of Nozzles: 1
Nozzle Setting .:
Range (45 degrees)
iSoaker Output Rating
iSoaker Power Rating
6.0 m (19.69')
9.0 m (29.53')
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The Water Warriors Pulse Force is akin to the 2007 Water Warriors Steady Stream, being a unique pump-based soaker that also sports a spring-based pressure chamber. There is no nozzle value meaning each pump releases a stream, but the Water Warriors Pulse Force possesses a separate pressure chamber that allow this soaker to produce a constant stream of water if pumped quickly enough.
The Blaster ::
The Pulse Force features a single, standard-sized nozzle that yields a good, well-laminated stream. Like the Water Warriors Steady Stream, the Pulse Force possesses a spring-based separate firing chamber. As there is no trigger or nozzle valve, any water that enters the firing chamber is quickly expelled out of the nozzle. However, this brief added push allows the stream to continue in-between pumps if the user is pumping quickly enough. It should be noted that the inclusion of the firing chamber does slightly reduce the power of each stroke as part of the stroke energy is transferred into compressing the spring as opposed to creating the stream. This loss is minimal is the benefit of an extended shot time outweighs the slight loss of initial stream power. Additional rapid pumping will compress the spring a little more, but due to the lack of a nozzle valve, the pressure chamber quickly empties as soon as pumping is stopped.
The pump on the Pulse Force is decently sized and textured, working well for this blaster. The pump's intake is well positioned and is able to maximize use of its reservoir while its grip is comfortable to hold.
The grip area is minimal, but functional. As with other piston-based soakers, there is no trigger. Unlike many other Water Warriors soakers, the Pulse Force has an open grip region, meaning that those with larger hands will be able to hold this blaster without feeling constrained. The grip features an adequate amount of texturing to allow for easy gripping even when wet.
The reservoir on the Pulse Force is top mounted and features a tethered screw-on cap. Water capacity is good for a blaster of this size. The inside of the reservoir is nicely moulded with the intake for the pump at the bottom of the reservoir with the rest of the inside sloping towards the intake. This design allows for virtually all water within the reservoir to be used.
As a whole, the Water Warriors Pulse Force is a good, solid piston blaster with the capability to produce a solid stream if one pumps at a good, but not overly excessive rate. While its spring-based pressure chamber is not visible like in the Water Warriors Steady Stream, its functionality remains. However, maximum stream size and output are limited by the nozzle size and total pump volume. Thus, while this blaster can hold out well against other soakers of similar sizes, a Water Warriors Pulse Force user should remain wary of larger soakers.
Technology allows for the production of a solid stream from a piston-based blaster. Simple design, light, clean lines, and good feel to the soaker. Design allows for maximal use of its full water capacity.
Pump volume limited. No stored pressurized water. Nozzle size is average for a blaster this size, but on the smaller scale of the average blaster. No strap.