One of the biggest drawbacks of the traditional water ght - you know the one that emerges spontaneously, usually involving your “fun uncle” and a bunch of buckets and eventually the hose with the squirter set to “jet” and you screaming for mercy - is that there’s no way to spend $180 on equipment for it. Enter the Spyra One.
It’s a battery-powered water ri e that shoots “water bullets” instead of a stream. As a result, you don’t need to pump it like those inferior water pistols, and the “water bullets” make “clean hits” at the sorts of ranges that other pistols can only dream about. Re lling the water tank after the 25-shot “magazine” is exhausted takes 14 seconds. That’s assuming the battery still has enough power, although we are assured, by Spyra, that we will grow tired of the water ght before using up the 1125 shots-worth of electricity therein.
Look, we try not judge things on price here at Most Wanted because what is money, man? Still, the Spyra One costs $180. For one gun. Or $344 for two. And this “water bullet” concept might be great for paintballers, but your fun uncle has the hose, dude, 800kPa of unlimited soaking power. Also, the prototype for the Spyra One looks way cooler than the nal design.