Super Soaker

Timeline created by Buff_State
  • Debut

    Water blaster models released in 1991: Super Soaker 30, Super Soaker 50, Super Soaker 100
  • Larami Ltd. marketed several varieties of water guns

    Super Soaker 20, Super Soaker 25, Super Soaker 40, Super Soaker S.E., Super Soaker 200
  • Super Soaker MDS (Multi-Directional Soaker)

    Water blaster models released in 1993: Power Soaker Jr. Cannon, Power Soaker Mighty Soaker, Power Soaker Mini Mighty Soaker, Power Soaker Triple Threat, Power Soaker with Backpack, Super Soaker MDS, Super Soaker 300
  • First XP-rated Super Soakers® were released

    Water blasters released in 1994: Power Soaker Mighty Cannon, Power Soaker Mini Cannon, Power Soaker Pumper II, Super Soaker 10, Super Soaker 60, Super Soaker XP 75, Super Soaker XP 150, Super Soaker XP 250, Super Soaker XP 300
  • Redesigned Blasters

    Water blasters released in 1995: Power Soaker Pumper II, Power Soaker Water Cannon, Super Soaker XP 35, Super Soaker XP 55, Super Soaker XP 95
  • Blasters got larger and carried more water

    There was no significant increase in output due to the limitations of the pressurized water system and safety concerns.
    Water blasters released in 1996: Super Soaker XP 15, Super Soaker XP 65, Super Soaker XP 105, Super Soaker XXP 175, Super Soaker XXP 275, Super Soaker CPS 2000
  • New Super Soakers

    Water blasters released in 1997: Power Soaker Super Mini Blaster II, Power Soaker Super Pumper, Super Soaker XP 85 Triple Shot,Super Soaker XP Pool Pumper Cannon, Super Soaker XP Pool Pumper Blaster
  • New Designs

    Water blasters released in 1998: Power Soaker Double Bottle Blaster, Super Soaker 50: 10th Year Anniversary Edition, Super Soaker XP 20, Super Soaker XP 40, Super Soaker XP 70, Super Soaker XP 110, Super Soaker CPS 1000, Super Soaker CPS 1500,Super Soaker CPS 2500, Super Soaker CPS 3000
  • Larami Ltd. introduced its first pumpless blaster (SC Power Pak)

    Water blasters released in 1999: Super Soaker XP 90: Pulse Fire, Super Soaker Super Charger 400, Super Soaker Super Charger 500, Super Soaker Super Charger 600, Super Soaker Super Charger Power Pak
  • outdone by a rival company manufacturing blasters known as SpeedLoaders™

    Water blasters released in 1999: Super Soaker XP 90: Pulse Fire, Super Soaker Super Charger 400, Super Soaker Super Charger 500, Super Soaker Super Charger 600, Super Soaker Super Charger Power Pak
  • Larami Ltd. introduced the SC Big Trouble

    Water blasters released in 2000: Super Soaker XP 15: 2000 Edition, Super Soaker XP 220, Super Soaker XP 240, Super Soaker XP 270, Super Soaker XP 310, Super Soaker Super Charger Big Trouble, Super Soaker Super Charger Triple Charge, Super Soaker CPS 1200, Super Soaker CPS 1700, Super Soaker CPS 2700, Super Soaker CPS 3200, Super Soaker Monster / Monster X, Super Soaker Monster XL
  • New Blasters

    Water blasters released in 2001: Super Soaker XP 215, Super Soaker XP Backfire, Super Soaker XP Triple Play, Super Soaker CPS 1-3-5, Super Soaker CPS Splashzooka 65oz., Super Soaker Monster (2001)
  • introduced the Max-D series of water blasters.

    Water blasters released in 2002: Super Soaker Splashfire, Super Soaker Max-D 2000, Super Soaker Max-D 3000, Super Soaker Max-D 4000, Super Soaker Max-D 5000, Super Soaker Max-D 6000, Super Soaker CPS 2100, Super Soaker CPS 4100
  • disappearance of Larami Ltd. the company became merged/engulfed by Hasbro Inc.

    The Max- D series blasters feature a modified trigger and pressure chamber system based on a low-pressure head loss
  • the Max-D lineup was recoloured, having at least two varieties for each blaster

    Water blasters released in 2003: Super Soaker Max-D Secret Strike, Super Soaker EES Sonic, Super Soaker EES Tempest, Super Soaker EES Turbine
  • Hasbro was now launching the SoakerTag (tm)

    Water blasters released in 2004: Super Soaker Aqua Squirtz H2O Racer, Super Soaker Aqua Squirtz Manta Ray, Super Soaker Aqua Squirtz Surf Speedster, Super Soaker Helix, Super Soaker Hydro Blade, Super Soaker Liquidator, Super Soaker Triple Aggressor, Super Soaker Vaporizer
  • new soaker designs that used CPS-technology and introduction of the SoakerTag Elite line

    Water blasters released in 2005: Super Soaker Aquapack Devastator (Soaker Tag Elite Series), Super Soaker Arctic Shock (Soaker Tag Elite Series), Super Soaker Flash Flood (Soaker Tag Elite Series),Super Soaker Triple Shot (Soaker Tag Elite Series)
  • Max-Infusion capable blasters have an optional backpack or hip-pack water reservoir attached to increase overall capacity

    Water blasters released in 2006: Super Soaker Arctic Shock (Max-Infusion Series), Super Soaker Defender (Max Infusion Series), Super Soaker Flash Flood (Max-Infusion Series), Super Soaker Helix (Max-Infusion Series), Super Soaker Overload (Max Infusion Series), Super Soaker Oozinator
  • All new Super Soakers except for those relying on pressurized reservoirs

    Water blasters released in 2007: Super Soaker Arctic Blast (Aquashock Series), Super Soaker Hydroblitz (Aquashock Series),Super Soaker Secret Strike (2007) (Aquashock Series), Super Soaker Sneak Attack (Aquashock Series)
  • number of re-released blasters, but no newer large water blasters

    Water blasters released in 2008: Super Soaker Bottle Shot, Super Soaker Quick Blast
  • remake/redesigne the original Super Soaker SS 50

    Water blasters released in 2009: Super Soaker 50: 20th Anniversary Edition
  • Hasbro Inc. introduced the SoakerWars line of Nerf Super Soakers

    Water blasters released in 2010: Nerf Super Soaker Bottle Blitz (Soaker Wars Series), Nerf Super Soaker Hydro Fury (2-Pack) (Soaker Wars Series), Nerf Super Soaker Rattler (Soaker Wars Series), Nerf Super Soaker Shot Blast (Soaker Wars Series)
  • Nerf Super Soaker line continued to expand with designs

    Water blasters released in 2011: Nerf Super Soaker Hydro Cannon, Nerf Super Soaker Point Break, Nerf Super Soaker Scatter Blast, Nerf Super Soaker Thunderstorm, Nerf Super Soaker Tornado Strike
  • Nerf Super Soaker line continued looking more Nerf-gun-like

    Water blasters released in 2012: Nerf Super Soaker Electrostorm, Nerf Super Soaker Lightningstorm, Nerf Super Soaker Micro Burst
  • Nerf Super Soaker line added three more piston-based blasters

    Water blasters released in 2013: Nerf Super Soaker Arctic Shock, Nerf Super Soaker Flash Blast, Nerf Super Soaker Shotwave, Nerf Super Soaker Switch Shot
  • Nerf Super Soaker line ditches its tactical accessory components

    More moterized and self sufficient
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