Spyra One Water Gun

Aug 2, 2018

Category: Gear

While Nerf guns are great for year-round office warfare, water guns are the go-to toy of the summertime. But the average Super Soaker isn’t that different from those from the last couple decades. By contrast, the new high-tech Spyra One is the water gun of the future.

While it still sports a colorful and playful exterior, the guts of this gun are loaded with tech. For instance, it features a self-refilling mechanism that can automatically suck up a full tank of water in just 14 seconds, eliminating the annoyance of traditional refilling. It also doesn’t fire a traditional wasteful parabolic stream of liquid, instead firing a series of powerful one-ounce water bullets that can travel up to 40 feet. There’s even a digital display to show you how much water is in the tank and the battery life. Dominate the summertime battlefield with the Spyra One – available on Kickstarter right now starting at $134.

Kickstarter: $134+

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