The World's Biggest Super Soaker Is Powerful Enough to Shatter Windows

Last summer, Mark Rober built the world’s largest Nerf dart gun, capable of blasting foam at 40 mph. Sure, that made it slightly more dangerous than the toy it was based on, but it doesn’t even come close to Rober’s latest bonkers creation: a giant Super Soaker that fires water at 243 mph.


At seven feet long, Rober’s super-sized Super Soaker officially holds the Guinness World Record, but you’ll never, ever, want to find yourself caught in a water fight with it. The water gun’s giant green reservoir can be pressurized to 2,400 PSI, producing a stream of water that blasts out of the barrel with enough pressure to shatter windows—and take down anyone who dares reach for the garden hose.



looks like a super soaker but it doesn’t mechanically operate like one. Even fires without use of the trigger. That’s a damn model with something else inside of it. I wouldn’t qualify this for a record.

That’s like inflating a giant black balloon and painting dots on it to make it look like a bowling ball. Do I get the world record for largest bowling ball now? Visual aesthetics do not equal the real thing.