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Quick-fill device
Year Released:

1999 - 2002

Available?:

No

Stock Capacity:

Infinite

Average Retail Price(s):

Included with all Super Charger and Monster blasters, the CPS Splashzooka 65oz. and the XP Triple Play

Family:

Super Charger, Monster Series

A quick-fill device (also called Q.F.D. or fast-fill device) is an accessory used to quickly fill a blaster introduced in the Super Charger series in 1999. It is compatible with blasters that have a rubber o-ring on their nozzle. This was an alternative means to filling a blaster in the Super Charger line, other than the conventional method of unscrewing the reservoir cap and filling the blaster up with water. The quick-fill device would be attached to a water hose, and the blaster's nozzle would be attached to the top of the quick-fill device, and the blaster would fill itself. Despite the capabilities of the Super Charger blasters, they did not sell too well. The only blasters that sold well that had this capability were the CPS Splashzooka 65oz. and the Monster Series soakers. After 2002, the quick-fill device was not seen in any other blasters, and was discontinued when Hasbro took over the Super Soaker branding from Larami.

Variants Edit

First variant
First variant
QFD1
Year Released:

1999-2000

Available?:

No

Stock Capacity:

Infinite

Average Retail Price(s):

Available with all QFD-compatible blasters released before 2000

Family:

Super Charger

This was the first variant. It was meant as a quick way to load water blasters without having to go through manually-done refilling. The side valve was connected to a hose, and the nozzle of the blaster would be jammed into the top nozzle of the quick fill device.
Second variant
Second variant
QFD2
Year Released:

2000-2002

Available?:

No

Stock Capacity:

Infinite

Average Retail Price(s):

Available with all QFD-compatible blasters released after 2000

Family:

Super Charger

This was the second variant. It is essentially the same as the first version but with an added opening valve on the side and less reliability issues that were associated with the original. This valve allowed one to fill up a normal blaster without an o-ring on the nozzle with this variant.
Monster variant
Monster variant
QFD3
Year Released:

2001

Available?:

No

Stock Capacity:

Infinite

Average Retail Price(s):

Available with all Monster blasters

Family:

Monster Series

This is the Monster series variant. It functions much like the other variants, the main difference being that it is made of a stronger material and is vastly different in cosmetics. It retained the opening valve of the second variant, but the fill hole was reinforced to accommodate the extra weight of the massive Monster series soakers. In spite of the image above showing a keychain, the Monster variant of the Quick-fill device did not come with a keychain.

Compatible Blasters Edit

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