.: Statistics measured at iSoaker.com
Manufacturer: Buzz Bee Toys Inc.
Item Number: 12450
Copyright Date / Release Date: 2018 / 2019
Patents: HK 1801665.1
Availability: Some Stores
Basic Statistics ::
Weight: 462.00 g (16.33 oz.)
Reservoir Volume: 650.00 mL (21.67 fl.oz.)
Pressure Chamber Volume: N/A
Pump Volume: 14 mL (0.47 fl.oz.)
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Blaster Dimensions :: 45.0 cm (17.72 ") x 6.0 cm (2.36 ") x 19.0 cm (7.48 ")
Blaster with Nozzles Spread Dimensions :: 45.0 cm (17.72 ") x 8.5 cm (3.35 ") x 19.0 cm (7.48 ")
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Nozzle Information: 3 .:
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The Water Warriors Trident is a new pump-action water blaster made by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. for 2019. As its name suggests, the Water Warriors Trident features three nozzles. However, the angle between these nozzles can be adjusted by pulling on the trigger; the further the trigger is pulled, the farther the nozzles are spread apart.
The Packaging .:
The Water Warriors Trident comes packaged in a standard open-front cardboard box that displays the majority of the water blaster, but unfortunately covers the trigger-grip region. However, the trigger is still accessible, which makes sense, since there is a cutout portion in the back panel to allow its novel feature to function even while still in the packaging.
The back of the package shows how the Trident with its nozzles spread apart. There are panels on the back explaining operation of its nozzles and pump-action blasting. The box, itself, feels sufficiently sturdy.
The Water Warriors Trident contains a number of nice design features with multiple color breaks, a large, obvious nozzle section, and sculpted trigger/grip region. One thing to note is that the Trident's reservoir is mostly hidden behind its body panels. Interestingly, the Trident has its screw holes on its left-side unlike the majority of other Water Warriors water blasters. While this does not affect its performance, this also means that, for right-handed users, the labeled side will face outwards when in use.
Build and Ergonomics .:
Like most current water blasters made by Buzz Bee Toys Inc., the Water Warriors Trident appears sturdy and well-built. Its forward-mounted pump moves smoothly and yields solid performance, though its volume is on the lower side. Its trigger-grip area is open and able to accommodate virtually any hand size comfortably. The trigger, itself, pulls smoothly and functions well.
The pump-action Water Warriors Trident is remarkably fun to use. Like the Water Warriors Double Drench, the Water Warriors Trident's novelty feature actually provides useful function during a water fight. While the Trident's pump volume is on the low side, its three default parallel streams actual provide better coverage (soakage) compared to a single-stream pushing out the same amount of water. Moreover, one can quickly toggle between parellel to spread streams at the simple pull of the trigger should one encounter multiple opponents or if one feels like one's aim is not as good and would rather hit with one of the streams as opposed to missing altogether. Being relatively small and pump action, the Water Warriors Trident can be used by avid water warriors of all ages.
In the end, the Water Warriors Trident is a fun, versatile light pump-action water blaster that is easy to use and its added feature provides some benefits on the field. On its default setting, its three parallel streams provide better soakage coverage than a single stream. Its ability to adjust the spread of its streams allows one to increase the odds of hitting an opponent if one's aim is not as good. However, the Trident's pump volume is lower than average and its reservoir volume seems low for a water blaster of its size. As such, it is easily outclassed by most pressurized water blasters as well as larger pump-action water blasters. Nevertheless, the Water Warriors Trident makes for a good water blaster in most casual small to medium-sized battles and also would be a great introductory water blaster for younger water warriors.
Good build and ergonomics; quick, responsive streams setting selector; all blasting modes usable
Pump-action means limited shot time; pump-volume lower than average; reservoir volume lower than average