Rather than spraying water from its nozzle, this blaster pressurizes the water inside, then shoots it out in 30ml amounts. Basically, it is firing compact water bullets, turning the water blaster into something like Nerf blasters or paintball guns. It won’t make people soaking wet just like other squirt guns, but transforming the water into compressed ammo looks like it helps make water fights a whole lot more competitive. Additionally, the small amount of water will leave a mark, so you will know precisely if a person has been struck
The Spyra One will shoot those 30ml “water bullets” at ranges of around 40 ft, but the bullet drop may start impacting precision well before that. It is possible to precisely hit targets in the blaster’s sights at around 25 ft, helping to make this significantly more precise than normal water blasters. It only keeps enough water for 25 shots, however refilling is far faster because you only have to immerse the nozzle into an water source, click a button, and be totally armed in just a few seconds. A digital display reveals the particular amount of ammo remaining, so you really know when to be more mindful with your shots, all as also displaying the current battery level, which means you always remember to recharge after a prolonged day of water fights.