|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
The Bottle Shot is a pump water soaker that advertises as being able to trade out its reservoir for a water bottle, thereby increasing the capacity greatly. This gives the soaker a very large potential capacity, as it is compatible with any size of water bottle. The soaker is said not to be compatible with bottles over 2L in size. The soaker is fired using the handle at the front. The handle itself features a molding for one's hand including a space where a firing trigger would have been located.
It features one of the simplest Super Soaker firing systems to date.
It was originally released in 2008. It was later redesigned as the Bottle Blitz, its intended replacement, for the 2010 Soaker Wars series. Due to the redesign, the Bottle Shot was not continued on to the Soaker Wars line in 2010 and was discontinued.
The Bottle Shot was the smallest soaker released in 2008.
The Bottle Shot has been released with the following color schemes:
- Original (blue, transparent reservoir, green handle)
- Alternate (blue, translucent reservoir, gray handle)
|2008 series Super Soakers|
|Arctic Blast • Arctic Shock • Bottle Shot • Flash Flood • Helix • Max-D 2000 • Max-D 3000 • Max-D 6000 • Quick Blast • Secret Strike • Sneak Strike • Splash Fire • Super Soaker 50 • Vaporizer • XP-70 • XP-215 • XP-220|