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Tarantula Water Gun
Water pistols have come a long way since the days of those puny playground squirters. Today it's all about maximum soakage, minimum effort and big weapons. And that's where the Tarantula Water Blaster comes in.

This high-powered soaker is ideal for all you water warriors who demand power but hate all that manual pumping business. And that's because the Tarantula is fully motorised - no pumping required.

Tarantula Water Gun
So how does it fire a smooth, continuous stream of water up to 30ft? Well, this colourful weapon is powered by its own rechargeable battery pack. Simply charge it up, fill the generous reservoir and fire away.




Tarantula Water Gun

Fire for well over a minute.

Thanks to its powerful motor, the Tarantula can be fired for well over a minute should the situation call for a prolonged attack. And because it's relatively light (the motor takes up much less space than a separate pressure chamber) you can fire it single-handed. This means it is possible to wage watery warfare with two Tarantulas at the same time, Arnie-style. And you don't need us to tell you how cool that is. Just make sure the boss doesn't catch you double-blastered-up, leading a one-man assault on the mail room. It won't look good on your CV.

Tarantula Water Gun

Fill the generous reservoir.

Speaking of tarantulas - no, we've got no idea why this blaster is named after a spider. Maybe it's because the makers thought the idea had legs; maybe it's because the word 'tarantula' strikes fear into many; or maybe it's because your enemies will want to run a mile when they sees this thing coming round the corner. Who knows?


Tarantula Water Gun
What we do know is that the Tarantula Water Blaster is one of the best soakers we've ever seen, as a continuous stream of H2O is almost impossible to avoid. And in the water weaponry arms race, it's not about getting them nearly wet; it's about getting them really wet. Splosh!

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Product info

Tarantula Water Gun
Water pistols have come a long way since the days of those puny playground squirters. Today it's all about maximum soakage, minimum effort and big weapons. And that's where the Tarantula Water Blaster comes in.

This high-powered soaker is ideal for all you water warriors who demand power but hate all that manual pumping business. And that's because the Tarantula is fully motorised - no pumping required.

Tarantula Water Gun
So how does it fire a smooth, continuous stream of water up to 30ft? Well, this colourful weapon is powered by its own rechargeable battery pack. Simply charge it up, fill the generous reservoir and fire away.




Tarantula Water Gun

Fire for well over a minute.

Thanks to its powerful motor, the Tarantula can be fired for well over a minute should the situation call for a prolonged attack. And because it's relatively light (the motor takes up much less space than a separate pressure chamber) you can fire it single-handed. This means it is possible to wage watery warfare with two Tarantulas at the same time, Arnie-style. And you don't need us to tell you how cool that is. Just make sure the boss doesn't catch you double-blastered-up, leading a one-man assault on the mail room. It won't look good on your CV.

Tarantula Water Gun

Fill the generous reservoir.

Speaking of tarantulas - no, we've got no idea why this blaster is named after a spider. Maybe it's because the makers thought the idea had legs; maybe it's because the word 'tarantula' strikes fear into many; or maybe it's because your enemies will want to run a mile when they sees this thing coming round the corner. Who knows?


Tarantula Water Gun
What we do know is that the Tarantula Water Blaster is one of the best soakers we've ever seen, as a continuous stream of H2O is almost impossible to avoid. And in the water weaponry arms race, it's not about getting them nearly wet; it's about getting them really wet. Splosh!