The only thing better than balls of steel are spinning spiked balls of steel.
martainshark wrote:don't do something really stupid like hooking up your gun to a household socket.
wetmonkey442 wrote:Why has this thread gone without update for so long, iSoaker?
DX wrote:In the neanderthal days of K-modding, people would lop off the whole PRV
Well, not that much soakage.
Dave wrote:I hate to see this forum/"isoaker" brand die out.. I think it just needs a revamp.. in my opinion whats hurting is is the move from isoaker to waterwar.. You should focus more on the collectible aspect of soakers rather than the water wars done with them. Although there is room for both..
Dave wrote:Also inflation is completely irrelevant with MSRP because the MSRP is labeled when the soaker is manufactured... and obviously after a year or 2 they are no longer manufactured or sold.
Hopefully people arent that stupid :/
isoaker wrote:Dave wrote:I hate to see this forum/"isoaker" brand die out.. I think it just needs a revamp.. in my opinion whats hurting is is the move from isoaker to waterwar.. You should focus more on the collectible aspect of soakers rather than the water wars done with them. Although there is room for both..
As for the actual collectible aspect of water blasters, in reality, that is a really niche area. Those who collect them do so for the love of water blasters in general and don't usually think of blasters, themselves. There are really only a handful of true collectors. Many members here have good-sized collections, but they were usually built with the purpose of using blasters in battles, not just for the sake of having them. Not much else can be added to cater to the subject of water blaster collection apart from trying to compile as much information of every type of water blaster by every company ever made. I try to cover the major manufacturers, but there are actually so many other water blasters on the market that it would be exceedingly difficult to gather all the information (let alone actually physically collect them). If there is a specific thing you think would make a good feature addition to iSoaker.com, I'm open to hearing it, but whether it can be implemented or not really depends on how much work it entails.
For even more water spraying madness, another product that will be introduced in the line is the Storm Laser/Water Tag set. It
features 2 guns with infra-red sensors and knockout drenching capabilities, that when hit the gun will power down for 5 seconds
allowing opponents to close in for the ultimate drench. The SRP of the Storm Laser/Water Tag set will be $29.99
SEAL wrote:If you ain't bloody and muddy by the end of the day, you went to a Nerf war.
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