SpyraTwo, the self-proclaimed "world's strongest water gun" that promises to shoot water blasts up to 30 feet, is coming in time for summer 2021.
The upgraded Spyra Two offers 22 semi-automatic water blasts per charge but is less likely to leak, according to Gizmodo. It comes with an effective range of 30 feet. Like the original, the SpyraTwo is battery-powered and has an onboard LED display telling you how many shots you have left.
The manufacturer says you dip it into a water source -- such as the $30 Spyra Base buckets -- and it will refill within 12 seconds.
Aquatic anarchy doesn't come cheap, though: The SpyraTwo is to the Super Soaker as the is to a budget Casio. Prices start at $159 for a single weapon or $299 for a red and blue twin pack. While the initial presale has sold out, the SpyraTwo will be available for general sale in early July.