Really Compact APH

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Should I change this to CPS?

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Re: Really Compact APH

Post by soakernerd » Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:36 pm

I wouldn't buy from them. (but I am very suspicious of stuff on the internet).
They say the list price is $40, it was more like 30 when they were available
Their picture has a yellow reservoir, which was not present on the Overload
When you click "enlarge picture" you get a different pic.
I would call them first and ask them a couple questions before ordering.
An Aquashock Secret Strike is available on amazon, and has an extra nozzle and larger reservoir, for the same price. Just get that.
Pessimist: These blasters hold no water
Optimist: But their small output means they last just as long
Marketing: Huge blasts of water!
user: I shot it at an angle and it went a whole ten feet!

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Re: Really Compact APH

Post by strato_2r5 » Wed Mar 09, 2011 11:43 pm

Off Topic: Well, it says they're certified, and they're located in SoCal so it'll be really quick and cheap shipping. Well, it says they have two, so hopefully I get a working one.
Sorry if I'm not active much, busy on another forum and another project non-soaker related.

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Re: Really Compact APH

Post by BlueCharged » Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:54 pm

strato_2r5 wrote:Hi guys, I'm new to the homemade world and I'm thinking of making an APH. The ones on this site are really bulky and I'm thinking of making this Shotblast sized. Any tips for a trigger? And is the Pressure chamber big enough? Here's my design for it.
To me, Shotblast sized is bulky...
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Super Soaker Thunderstorm (shoots to 25 ft), Super Soaker 50 (shoots to 50 ft)
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