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Information The Armoury Water Warriors (2009) Aqua Pulse Series by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. .:

By: iSoaker.com

While appearing on store shelves down in Australia in late 2008, the Aqua Pulse Series by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. is still being considered a 2009 model for the 2009 North America Summer. As Fox on iSoaker.net first posted, Buzz Bee Toys Inc. has something new to offer the avid water warrior this coming season.

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The Aqua Pulse Series is comprised to three new models: the Pulse Blaster, the Pulse Strike, and the Pulse Master. What makes these blasters unique is that they are all powered by a spring-loaded pressure chamber. Drawing upon their knowledge of spring mechanisms from the Water Warriors Steady Stream, the Aqua Pulse Series takes the design to the next step, adding a trigger mechanism and creating a very slick and sturdy casing for the blasters. Both the Pulse Blaster and Pulse Strike feature a single stream nozzle while the Pulse Master features a nozzle selector with three stream settings. The following are some stats from the boxes, themselves:

Pulse Blaster:
1. Shooting distance: Blasts up to 40 feet
2. Water Capacity: Holds up to 37 oz. of water
3. Filled Weight: Around 3 ¾ pounds when filled

Pulse Strike:
1. Shooting distance: Blasts up to 40 feet
2. Water Capacity: Holds up to 55 oz. of water
3. Filled Weight: Around 5 ¼ pounds when filled

Pulse Master:
1. Shooting distance: Blasts OVER 40 feet
2. Water Capacity: Holds up to 86 oz. of water
3. Filled Weight: Around 8 ¾ pounds when filled

As well, factory-based pressure chamber sizes are reported as follows:

Water Warriors Pulse Blaster : ~50 mL
Water Warriors Pulse Strike : ~85 mL
Water Warriors Pulse Master : ~115 mL

Of course, with these models now in hand, testing of each blaster will begin and we shall see how our measured stats compare to the reported ones. However, from initial tests, these blasters perform quite admirably despite the slightly small volume of the pressure chamber. Summer, 2009, should be a real blast! More to come as full reviews become available.

Soak on!

Posted: 20081208