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Super Soaker 50

Last updated on 2008-01-18

Super Soaker 50 Images: 1 Product Details Specifications
ManufacturerLarami TypePressurized Reservoir
Release Year Reservoir Capacity
End Year1990 Chamber Capacity
AvailabilityDiscontinued Pump Capacity
Original Price Shots Per Tank
Typical eBay Price Pumps Until Full
LineClassic Weight Empty
Patents5,074,437, D318,309 Weight Full
Marks6 Dimensions
NozzleLevel RangeAngled RangeAverage OutputShot Time

Monsoon's Review

The SS 50 is the first Super Soaker ever. It is very primitive in both technology and styling, and is extremely fragile, especially the pump area. The nozzle is tiny, and any modern blaster can out-perform it. The SS 50 is a great collectors item though. It is a rare find today, but many people would say "who cares" or "good!". Overall, this is the blaster of collectors, and far from being the blaster of armies today. The blaster my friend has is broken, so stats are impossible to record of his.

Other Sites' Reviews


11988Power DrencherEqualMarked "Power Drencher."
21989OriginalEqualYellow body; light green reservoir; wire-like trigger.
31990OriginalEqualYellow body; light green reservoir; full-plate trigger.
41998ClassicEqualYellow body; light green reservoir; marked "Classic Series."
5199910th AnniversaryEqualSilver body; light green reservoir.
6EuropeanEqualYellow body; light green reservoir; wire-like trigger; marked "Super Soaker 100" and "Ideal."
  • Review and Pros/Cons by Monsoon
  • First Super Soaker
  • Too under-powered by today's standards
  • None recommended.

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