Super Soaker Monster Series .:
Released for the year 2000, the Monster series marks the first true hybrid between Super Charger quick-refill technology with true CPS technology and power. The result are REALLY BIG single piece water weapons.
In 2001, a change was made to the naming. The Monster from 2000 was given a new name: The Monster X. This was apparently done since a smaller blaster, known as the Monster, was introduced. (Editor's Note: I'm guessing they did not want to call a new, smaller Monster a Monster S or Mini-Monster as this would defeat the series' name. At the same time, the Monster X just sounds better, though the name, Monster L, would have made more sense.)
In 2002, the Monster (2001) was discontinued with the CPS4100 taking its place. The CPS4100 is based on the same frame as the Monster (2001), but lacks quick-fill ability and has different colouring. As well, the Monster X and Monster XL were re-released, but their reservoirs were cut in size. Why this occurred? Who knows...
General Notes: Largest CPS-based, SC-capable, single-piece water blasters available. Easy to fill using a standard faucet or using the 2-way QFD supplied. The Monster/Monster X has 6 nozzle settings to choose from while the Monster XL has 11 + an off-setting. The 2001 Monster has 4 nozzles and balances size and power very nicely. The Monster series makes the most of both CPS and SC technology, once again pushing the diversity of water blasters.
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