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Information The Biggest, Largest Known Water Guns / Water Blasters .:

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Below are listed information known about some of the biggest, largest, most powerful and/or greatest capacity known for released water guns and water blasters released to the consumer market. Information below is given to the best of our current knowledge, but will be updated as additional information becomes available.


supersoaker_cps2000_200The Most Powerful Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker CPS 2000 (Larami Ltd.)

In 1996, when many had felt that the water blaster market had already peaked in terms of general design and performance, Larami Ltd. released the CPS 2000, the first of many new blasters using a rubber bladder as opposed to air pressure to provide the power behind the water stream. The CPS 2000 was by far the most powerful stock soaker ever made, able to lob 1L (~33oz.) of water anywhere within at least 50' of its user. Its power has given the CPS 2000 legendary status in the water warfare community.

supersoaker_monsterxl_box_200The Largest Single-Piece Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker Monster XL (Larami Ltd.)
The Largest Single-Piece Elastic/CPS-based Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker Monster XL (Larami Ltd.)

Four years after the release of the Super Soaker CPS 2000, Larami Ltd. unleashed the Super Soaker Monster XL onto the world. The Super Soaker Monster XL holds many firsts for a water blaster including being the largest single-piece water blaster ever made (even being listed in the Guinness Book of World Records), the first dual-chamber/dual-nozzle CPS water blaster, the first water blaster having a retractable bipod, the heaviest water blaster (dry weight), and the soaker with the most number of possible spray configurations. Unfortunately, the Monster XL's power felt somewhat lacking for a soaker of its size. However, it defintely ruled in terms of sheer intimidation.

supersoaker_cps3200_200The Largest and Greatest Capacity Overall Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker CPS3200 (Larami Ltd.)
The Largest Overall Elastic/CPS-based Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker CPS3200 (Larami Ltd.)

The younger brother of the original Super Soaker CPS3000, the Super Soaker CPS3200 holds just a touch more water (8900mL total compared to 8850mL for the CPS3000). With an 8L backpack and nearly a litre in the firing chamber, this water blaster holds more water than any previous and any water blaster since.

supersoaker_cps2700_200The Greatest Capacity Single-Piece Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker CPS2700 (Larami Ltd.)

The Super Soaker CPS2700 can hold a whopping 4L (133.33 oz.) of water in its reservoir as well as an additional 800mL (26.7 oz.) in its pressure chamber. One can imagine that this water blaster gets particularly heavy when completely filled.

supersoaker_ss300_200The Largest Air-Pressure Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker SS300 (Larami Ltd.)
The Greatest Capacity Air-Pressure Chambers on a Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker SS300 (Larami Ltd.)

The Super Soaker SS300 can hold a whopping 6.5L (216.7 oz.) of water in its reservoir as well as an additional 1500mL (50 oz.) in its pressure chambers. This beast-of-a-soaker once truly dominated the water warfare field whenever it was brought out.

supersoaker_xxp275_200The Largest Single-Piece Air-Pressure Stock Water Gun: Super Soaker XXP275 (Larami Ltd.)

The Super Soaker XXP275 remains the largest single-piece water blaster even manufactured. Sporting dual nozzles and a 2700mL (90oz.) reservoir, this blaster could outsoak and outlast most other water guns during its time.

waterwarriors_hydrapak_200The Greatest Capacity Elastic/CPS-based Pressure Chamber on a Stock Water Gun: Water Warriors HydraPak/AquaPak (Buzz Bee Toys Inc.)

The Water Warriors HydraPak (previously also known as the AquaPak) holds a whopping 4.5L (150oz.) of pressurized water when it is fully pumped. Because of this, this water blaster can keep on soaking for many minutes on its lowest setting.

Posted: 20080321

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