|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 Super Soaker 300 is an air-powered soaker featuring a backpack-style water reservoir that the user wears on their back. The backpack reservoir is connected to the soaker itself through a hose with an adjustable tank valve. The SS300 has three tanks, which are filled with water from the reservoir by pumping it, which also pressurizes it. Firing the soaker is done by pulling back a lever on top of the barrel.
The Super Soaker 300 was released in 1993, and was considered the most powerful Super Soaker until 1996, when the CPS 2000 Mk. I was released, taking that title.
It was re-released in 1994 under the XP series as the XP-300. Nothing much is known about this re-release, other than the fact that it was advertised on the back of the packaging of certain Super Soaker products of the time period.
The Super Soaker 300 has been released with the following color schemes:
- Purple, blue, and yellow (SS300)
- Beige, purple, blue, and yellow (XP-300)
- Beige, yellow, red, and blue (XP-300)
- The SS300 was the first Super Soaker to feature a backpack-based reservoir system.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Super Soaker 300, Maunfactured by: Larami Corp., 1993. iSoaker.com.
|Classic Super Soakers|
|Super Soaker 10 • Super Soaker 20 • Super Soaker 25 • Super Soaker 30 • Super Soaker 40 • Super Soaker 50 • Super Soaker 60 • Super Soaker 100 • Super Soaker 200 • Super Soaker 300 • Super Soaker MDS|
|XP Super Soakers|
|1994 / 1995||XP-75 • XP-150 • XP-250 • XP-300 • XP-35 • XP-55 • XP-95|
|1996 / 1997||XP-15 • XP-65 • XP-105 • XP-85 • XP Pool Pumper Blaster • XP Pool Pumper Cannon|
|1998 / 1999||XP-20 • XP-40 • XP-70 • XP-110 • XP-90|
|2000 / 2001||XP-220 • XP-240 • XP-270 • XP-310 • XP-215 • XP Backfire • XP Triple Play|