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Another day at work and here's what greets me when I open my locker: a few ties, two Macross Valkyries, and my trusty Super Soaker XP15:2000 Edition. I am, however, considering bringing a different water blaster here to work later this year. Not that there's anything wrong with my Super Soaker XP15:2000 Edition, but let's face it, for quick indoor fights, having a water blaster that needs to be pressurized after being filled (which then also means needing to be tightened properly) does add to the preparation time. This is one of the rare cases where a trigger-based water blaster may actually be the preferred water blaster of choice. I am considering keeping a Water Warriors Power Shot XL at work as well. I don't want to ditch my Super Soaker XP15:2000 Edition, instead having the faster shooting Water Warriors Power Shot XL available to complement it. I would have considered my Nerf Super Soaker Zip Fire, but mine dribbles from the trigger. The Nerf Super Soaker Alpha Fire is also less optimal since its three-way spreading streams will end up with too much potential collateral damage.