.: Statistics measured at iSoaker.com
Manufacturer: Buzz Bee Toys Inc.
Item Number: 57530
Copyright Date / Release Date: 2019 / 2021
Availability: In Stores
Basic Statistics ::
Weight: 0.00 g (0 oz.)
Reservoir Volume: 150.00 mL (5 fl.oz.)
Pressure Chamber Volume: N/A
Pump Volume: 1 mL (0.03 fl.oz.)
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Blaster Dimensions :: 16.0 cm (6.3 ") x 3.0 cm (1.18 ") x 12.5 cm (4.92 ")
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Nozzle Information: 1 .:
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The Water Warriors Kwik Splash water blasters are trigger-based water blasters released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2021. They appear to be an updated version of the original Water Warriors Kwik Grip water blasters or the newer Water Warriors Kwik Grip XP (2017 version).
The Packaging .:
The Water Warriors Kwik Splash water blasters I found were being sold as 2-packs. I have only seen the red and blue versions of these water blasters. The blue and red versions appear to have the same styling, but molded in differing colours. These water blasters will likely also be sold separately at some point, but currently, I have only seen these 2-packs. Each water blaster is secured to the cardboard packaging using stretchy rubbery-plastic-type fasteners. Packaging is simple and functional, though the lower red water blaster in the package is partially obscured by the front panel of their boxes.
The design of the Water Warriors Kwik Splash water blasters are more ornate than the chunky and angular Water Warriors Kwik Grip XP (2017 versions), especially when compared with the original rounded Water Warriors Kwik Grip XL (2004). The number of colours per water blaster is reduced, but this gives each model a cleaner look. The transparent reservoirs enhance their looks, though the front makes it appear that these water blasters may have two nozzles (though, in actuality, there is only one nozzle per water blaster).
Build and Ergonomics .:
Each of these Kwik Splash water blasters is made from decent quality plastic and feels sturdy. Their better durability is one factor that makes these water blasters a better investment over the cheap "dollar store"-type squirt pistols. However, the trigger/grip region feels smaller than those found on the Water Warriors Kwik Grip XP (2017 versions), so the trigger area may feel tight to those with larger hands. Of course, these water blasters are primarily targeted at children ages 4 and up, thus the handles should not be that large. The simple pull-trigger pumping mechanism is easy to use and produces a decent stream for its size.
Overall Performance .:
The Water Warriors Kwik Splash perform well for trigger-based water blasters and even appear to push out a little more water per blast than the Water Warriors Kwik Grip (2017 Version). Performance is more consistent than "dollar store"-type squirt pistols, though obviously much less than most larger water blasters. Targeted to younger children, these water blasters are great for having carefree water fights without worrying about anyone getting too wet too quickly. The resevoirs on the Water Warriors Kwik Splash are also larger, providing ~150 blasts per full tank. While outclassed by most pump-action and/or pressurized water blasters, the Water Warriors Kwik Splash remains a solid choice for younger water warriors and may make a fun "last resort of one's last resort" water blaster in larger water war games.
Well built; easy to use
Small, trigger-based water blaster readily out-classed by most larger non-trigger-based water blasters.