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|Capacity = 1.05L of water
 
|Capacity = 1.05L of water
 
|Family = [[Super Soaker]], [[Nerf Super Soaker]]}}
 
|Family = [[Super Soaker]], [[Nerf Super Soaker]]}}
The '''Splashfire''' is a [[2002]] [[Super Soaker]] that holds 1.05L of water. It was a simple piston pumper blaster, which is fired by pulling and pushing the black grip forward and backward. It held a decent amount of water for its size, but was also very light, with a weight of just 360g. However, it has a limited pump volume of just 35mL, but because of this limited pump volume, a lot of shots are needed to drain the blaster. It has an opaque reservoir, making it rather difficult for one to determine the amount of water left. It also has a tethered cap, but there is a very small opening in the reservoir which makes refilling tricky. It was rereleased in [[2010]] with a blue and gray color scheme and again in [[2011]] with updated box artwork in the [[Nerf Super Soaker]] series.
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The '''Splashfire''' is a [[2002]] [[Super Soaker]] that holds 1.05L of water. It was the only Power Soaker-type blaster produced in [[2002]], and was quite a good blaster for its time. It was a simple piston pumper blaster, which is fired by pulling and pushing the black grip forward and backward. It actually held a decent amount of water for its size, but was also very light, with a weight of just 360 grams, or 12.72 ounces. However, it has a limited pump volume of just 35mL, but because of this limited pump volume, a '''lot''' of shots are needed to drain the blaster. It has an opaque reservoir, making it rather difficult for one to determine the amount of water left. It also has a tethered cap, but there is a very small opening in the reservoir which makes refilling a little bit tricky. It was rereleased in [[2010]] with a blue and gray color scheme for unknown reasons, but it is likely to bring back the Power Soaker feel or just because it is popular. It was rereleased once again in [[2011]], with updated box artwork and ''slight'' cosmetic changes, and the [[Nerf Super Soaker]] series is where it has remained ever since. It is classified as a piston blaster.
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== Review ==
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
*The {{PAGENAME}} used to be found on carded packaging.
 
*The {{PAGENAME}} used to be found on carded packaging.
*It was the only 2002 Super Soaker without a series.
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*It was the only [[2002]] [[Super Soaker]] without a series.
 
[[Category:Super Soaker]]
 
[[Category:Super Soaker]]
 
[[Category:Blasters introduced in 2002]]
 
[[Category:Blasters introduced in 2002]]
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