.: Limited statistics measured at iSoaker.com
Manufacturer: Larami Corp.
Item Number: 9900-0
Copyright Date / Release Date: 1991 / 1992
Availability: No Longer Made
Basic Statistics ::
Weight: 0.00 g (0 oz.)
Reservoir Volume: 650.00 mL (21.67 fl.oz.)
Pressure Chamber Volume: N/A
Pump Volume: N/A
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Blaster Dimensions :: N/A x N/A x N/A
Bottle Dimensions :: N/A x N/A x N/A
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Nozzle Information: 0 .:
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The Super Soaker X.T.C. stands for eXtra Tank Carrier and offered additional refill reservoirs for the Super Soaker SS 50. The SS XTC included a belt with clips and two tanks with caps for the Super Soaker SS 50. Each extra tank holds nearly as much as the original reservoir on the Super Soaker SS 50, but has its own tethered cap to prevent loss of water when being carried. Other than the Super Soaker SS 50, the SS XTC tanks also fit, to some degree, soakers like the Super Soaker SS 60 and the Super Soaker SS 100.
These bottles can, of course, be used to fill other blasters as well, thus the Super Soaker X.T.C. could still be useful even in the modern battlefield. However, the Super Soaker X.T.C. is no longer being made, it is now likely more valuable as a collector's piece as opposed to a portable water carrier as 2L soda/pop bottles offer a larger, cheaper alternative. In the end, the Super Soaker X.T.C. offers a glimpse into history of Super Soaker products previously made.
Two tethered-capped reservoirs allow a user to stay longer on the battlefield between refills. Belt and carry-case hold bottles well when upright.
Back-up reservoirs not compatible with many soakers. Bottle nature of the reservoir design makes swapping reservoirs a slower process.