The Fuze Cyclone Water Blaster is a motorized water blaster that kids can mount to their bicycle handlebars so they can shoot water as they ride. The water blaster shoots 25 feet of water. As kids ride, they can use the right handlebar buttons to control the aiming and firing in a full 180-degree range. The water reservoir easily releases for quick refills without having to detach the entire water blaster from your bike.
This takes water blaster fights to a whole other level and makes a pretty cool bike accessory, especially on a hot summer day. However, even with the controls right on the handlebars, it does take some coordination to ride your bike, steer, aim, and fire. So it might take kids a few tries to get the hang of it. That in itself is a bit of a safety hazard, but we also think it's a little dangerous to surprise attack someone on a bike by squirting them with water or to have water squirted at you while you're riding. If you get water in your eyes, then you won't be able to see where you're going. (As a rule, though, you should never shoot water at people's faces or eyes.) If you're trying to avoid getting hit with water, there's the potential for veering off into the street or into an obstacle. If parents are going to allow their child to play with this, they should probably set some ground rules for how and where to play with this. And if kids are going to play with it, they should definitely be wearing a helmet and other safety gear while riding.
The Fuze Cyclone Water Blaster is for ages 8 and up.
Four AA batteries are required but not included.
You'll need a screwdriver to attach the water blaster and controls to the handlebars. It takes just a few minutes for assembly.
This is available exclusively at Walmart.
4 AA batteries required
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