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Manufacturer: Buzz Bee Toys Inc.

Class:  Air - Pressurized Reservoir

  Item Number: 14350
  Copyright Date / Release Date: 2010 / 2011
  Availability: No Longer Made


Basic Statistics ::

  Weight: 542.00 g (19.15 oz.)
  Reservoir Volume: 1100.00 mL (36.67 fl.oz.)
  Pressure Chamber Volume: N/A
  Pump Volume: Air Ratings .:

Power: 8

Range: 85

Encumbrance: 45

Ergonomics: 65

Capacity: 50

Overall: 75

Blaster Dimensions :: 42.0 cm (16.54 ") x 7.5 cm (2.95 ") x 20.0 cm (7.87 ")

Length x Width x Height

Version Colours .:



Pressure Chamber




Green / Orange

Nozzle Information: 1 .:


Range (level)

Range (45°)


iSoaker Output Rating

iSoaker Power Rating

Shot Time

Main ::

8.5 m (27.89')

10.5 m (34.45')

51.0 mL/s (1.7 oz./s)



9.0 s


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The Water Warriors Titan is an air-based water blaster released by Buzz Bee Toys Inc. in 2011; it is a similar size to the Water Warriors Firefly. Comparing the Water Warriors Titan to the Water Warriors Firefly reveals almost identical statistics, though the Titan seems to be slightly thinner, taller, with slightly lower output. It also lacks the Firefly's electronic pressure gauge feature, but this makes the blaster a little lighter as a result. Being larger than Water Warriors Hydra, the Water Warriors Titan falls at the in-between size, on the larger side as a potent back-up blaster or sidearm while on the smaller side as a primary water blaster in full-scale water wars.

The Blaster ::

waterwarriors_titan_16_100Nozzle ::

The Water Warriors Titan produces a decent-size, smooth stream from its single nozzle. Output is more potent than the smaller Water Warriors Hydra and Water Warriors Goblin, though slightly less than the original Water Warriors Firefly. Whether this is true for all blasters or whether this is due to batch-specific variation is not known. Nevertheless, the stream produce feels good and offers decent soaking capabilities for the typical user.

waterwarriors_titan_17_100Pump ::

The pump on the Water Warriors Titan is semi-tracked and pumps smoothly.The pump grip, itself, offers rounded ridges, offering a more defined area for one's hand to hold. Pressurizing the reservoir does not take too long and keeping the blaster optimally pressurized during use is easy to achieve. Due to the larger size of the Titan, this is more of a two-handed blaster with the pump grip being the forward point of support when the blaster is fully loaded.

waterwarriors_titan_18_100Triggers / Grip ::

The trigger on the Water Warriors Titan pulls smoothly; its nozzle valve responds well to pulls on the trigger, though there is a slight lag when first firing if this blaster was previously empty due to the air in the intake tubing; priming water blasters is always recommended. The grip area, itself, is enclosed meaning it is potentially restricting for those with larger hands. As the blaster is large, no space contraint issues were noted during testing, though anyone with larger hands would likely feel cramped. The handle, while nicely shaped, does not offer much in terms of texturing and may feel a little slippery if wet.

waterwarriors_titan_19_100The Reservoir ::

The Water Warrriors Titan's reservoir holds a respectable amount of water for a blaster of this size, with a capacity a little less than a Super Soaker XP270, though also being slightly smaller as well. Granted, being a pressurized reservoir, the Titan can only make use of about 3/4 the total volume available, but even this reduced volume is still quite good. This gives the Titan a very respectable soaking potential. The reservoir is closed by the standard plastic-ring-tethered cap which works well so long as it is tightened properly.

Overall ::

As a whole, the Water Warriors Titan is a decent, in-between-sized blaster. A little front heavy when full, but offering respectable power for a small soaker, the Titan offers respectable performance, though being on the larger side as a back-up blaster. Nevertheless, the Water Warriors Titan should serve well as a more potent back-up blaster or as a primary soaker in small-to-medium skirmishes. Just avoid the significantly larger air and elastic pressure water blasters out there.


Simple design with clean lines. Decent power and good capacity for a blaster of this size.


Enclosed trigger/grip area may feel tight for those with larger hands.

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