Vaporizer Review - My first attempt at a review

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Vaporizer Review - My first attempt at a review

Post by DoubleONothing » Sun Jul 25, 2004 8:51 pm

NAME: VAPORIZER
LINE/YEAR: SOAKERTAG 2004
STYLE: PISTON
SPECS: (will be edited in later)
PRICE: 5-10 USD
RANGE:10-30ft. (Level) 15-40ft. (Max)
CAPACITY:
OUTPUT: (per pump)
RATINGS: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
RANGE: 111222333444
OUTPUT: 111222
CAPACITY: 111222333444555666
STEALTH: 111222333444555666777
INTIMIDAT.: 111222333
OVERALL: 111222333444


As one of my first owned blasters, (along with twin Max-D 3000's), I at first believed the Vaporizer to be an excellent soaker. When I took it outside and tested it it felt VERY sturdy, and it is an almost solid block of plastic I don't believe anyone could break this thing without a sledge hammer... Or Hydrochloric Acid. Either way. The Gun is piston-fired so the output, range and overall soakage is dependant upon the user's own strength. The blaster itself in my opinion is very comfortable to the hands, and that is and always will be a plus in my eyes. The Capacity is great on this, I have gone an entire battle with only one tank. (There has only been one battle this summer, so i can't back that up very well.) ALl in all it's an okay blaster.

But wait! I forgot the Downsides! Being a piston fired gun, the Range output and Soakage rely onthe user's strength. If you're 6 years old then this one won't do you much good, go get the easier-to-pump Helix.The "Quick Fill Cap" is just too stupid to make sense. You lose so much water because it doesn't go down when hosed. It's range does lack, even if you're a steroid-Addicted 32 year old man who bodybuilds in his mother's garage :crazy: . The gun itself is Okay for a back up blaster, just BUILD YOUR OWN STRAP CONNECTION.

PROS:Sturdy, Large Capacity, Range, output and soakage rely on Strength.

CONS: "Quick Fill" Stinks, Range, Output and Soakage Rely on strength.




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Post by isoaker » Sun Jul 25, 2004 8:53 pm

Cool! Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the soaker!

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Post by Storm » Sun Jul 25, 2004 9:41 pm

RANGE: 111222333444
OUTPUT: 111222
CAPACITY: 111222333444555666
STEALTH: 111222333444555666777
INTIMIDAT.: 111222333
OVERALL: 111222333444

What does that mean? Or did you just not take stats?

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Post by Iceman » Sun Jul 25, 2004 9:46 pm

great first review DON! As a future commander you are coming along nicely in the Soakerdom community. As you use more guns and gain different techniques in writing (English major here) then you will be writing some interesting reviews. I will see what I can do about adding this review to the Republic database.
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Post by DoubleONothing » Mon Jul 26, 2004 3:47 pm

No, It's meant as a bar/numerical graph.
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Post by Soakologist » Sun Aug 15, 2004 1:37 pm

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I like this version better than the original.




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Post by Timmitop » Mon Aug 16, 2004 3:43 pm

I've seen this only at Target. It was $2.50. They had half off on all water guns.
I'll bet my first soaker was worse than yours.

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