|This series has been discontinued.
Its products cannot be purchased in retail stores.
The name "XXP" is an acronym for "eXtra eXtra Power". This series is a hybrid of the successful XP line; it features XP soakers with two barrels. These soakers offered the same level of performance and capacity as XP soakers, but the addition of a second barrel made it so they could fire two streams at once. Some later soakers, such as the XP Backfire and the Double Drench would later re-explore this method. These soakers also feature Power Gauges, allowing users to determine how much more pumping is needed to fully pressurize their blasters.
This series was overshadowed and replaced by the CPS series, which arrived later on in the same year. Only two soakers were released before the series was dropped.
At the time of its release, it represented the largest class of Super Soakers.
This series is notable for having no soakers receive a re-release or a re-coloring; the originals were the only ones produced. The CPS range succeeded this series upon its re-introduction in 1998.
- Following the XP and XXP lines, the XXP-275 has the second highest number in its name, and the highest until 2000, when the XP-310 was released.
- This series ties the Max Infusion series as the series with the fewest new soakers within it (two).
|Super Soaker series|
|Pre-1990||Classic Super Soaker|
|1990 - 2000||CPS • Super Charger • XP • XXP|
|2000 - 2010||2008 series • Aquashock • Aqua Squirtz • EES • Max-D • Max Infusion • Monster • SoakerTag • SoakerTag Elite|
|2010 - present||Nerf Super Soaker • Rebelle • Soaker Wars • Zombie Strike|
|Sub-series||H20ps • Revenge • Storm Series • Super Soaker X-TREME|