If you need to have a water blaster battle using social distancing guidelines, then add the Adventure Force Tsunami Drencher Power Pump Water Blaster to your arsenal. This water blaster claims it can blast water up to 51 feet. This almost two-foot long blaster has a cool design with a white, orange, and blue color scheme and a translucent green water tank so you can see the water inside. Open the tank cap and pour in the water, then press down to close the cap. The packaging doesn't say how much water it holds, but in our testing, we filled it with about 30 ounces of water. There is a trigger on this blaster, but that's just for show. This is a pump-action blaster, so you pull back on the handle and push it forward to blast the water.
One of the good things about this water blaster is the amount of water it can hold. However, because this blaster has a lot of power, it blasts all 30 ounces in about four pumps, and then you have to refill. And because this water blaster is so big, it was a bit cumbersome to hold. Did it blast 51 feet? Not quite. With a regular pull and push of the handle, you'll probably get somewhere between 20 and 30 feet. We suppose that if you're super strong and push the handle really hard, you can achieve 51 feet, but we're not sure the average 8-year-old has that kind of strength.
The Tsunami Drencher is for ages 8 and up.
When filling the blaster, water may leak out of the front.
This blaster is available exclusively at Walmart.
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