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A charger equipped with a miniaturized ink compression tank. The charge time is short, but it still packs a serious punch. The range leaves a little to be desired.
— In-Game Description(NA)[a]
A Charger equipped with a miniaturised ink compression tank. The charge time is short, but it still packs a serious punch. The range leaves a little to be desired.
— In-Game Description(EU/OC)[b]
Classic Squiffer report! We’ve got some hot new info on a cool new weapon! This charger-class gun comes equipped with a miniaturized ink compression tank. Apparently the charge time is short, but it still packs a serious punch! Sounds like the range leaves a little to be desired, though. Also, despite the fact that the ink tank looks like a recycled cleaning-spray bottle, we haven’t been able to confirm whether or not this weapon is good for attacking household surfaces. I’m guessing not, but who knows… Maybe it can cut grease and shine your kitchen counters in addition to blasting Turf War opponents!
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Sheldon's Introduction

The Classic Squiffer-for a charge weapon, it's lacking in range, but in return it can charge up much faster. Use the S Weapon Special Bubbler.png Bubbler to get in close after zeroing in on your opponents with the S Weapon Sub Point Sensor.png Point Sensor! This set is an excellent choice for fighters who are confident taking out foes with a decisive shot.(NA)[a]

Splatoon 2

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Sheldon's Introduction

The Classic Squiffer. For a charger, it's a bit short on range, but in return it can charge up much quicker. Use the S2 Weapon Sub Point Sensor.png Point Sensor to sniff out hidden opponents, allowing you and your allies to overrun and outnumber marked enemies! Even though it's a charger, the short charge time and the power when using the S2 Weapon Special Ink Armor.png Ink Armor special allow you to jump into the fray! This set is great for the Inkling who's confident with a charger in close quarters.

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 North America
  2. Europe and Oceania