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Super Soaker 60

Last updated on 2008-01-18


Super Soaker 60 Images: 1 Product Details Specifications
ManufacturerLarami TypeSeparate Air Chamber
Release Year1993 Reservoir Capacity
End Year1993 Chamber Capacity
AvailabilityDiscontinued Pump Capacity
Original Price Shots Per Tank
Typical eBay Price Pumps Until Full
LineClassic Weight Empty
PatentsD336,939 Weight Full
Marks3 Dimensions
NozzleLevel RangeAngled RangeAverage OutputShot Time
ftftoz/ss
mmmL/s

Neuro's Review

The Super Soaker 60 was released in the later era of classic Super Soakers. This gun was heavily produced by Larami, yet somehow most instances of this "historic" water weapon have disappeared. It has wonderful durability, mine has been around for 10 years and counting, though not in great condition due to various trips to the beach as a small child. As far as power goes, this water weapon could easily out blast anything below an XP 90. My only complaint is the pump. It just doesn't glide smooth, it trips on the plastic of the barrel it's attached to. This is not because of my gun's worn-downness, it has been this way ever since I could remember. The nozzle of this gun is completely unique to any Super S+oaker ever made, with the exception of derivative guns like the SS-MDS. For an old beast, this thing sure packs a punch with its extra-wide barrel and plentiful reservoir. If you can find it in stores or at a garage sale, pick it up, as it makes an excellent backup weapon.

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Marks

MarkYearEditionPerformanceDifferences
11993OriginalEqualRed reservoir, chamber, nozzle; yellow body; blue pump.
21993OriginalEqualPurple reservoir and chamber; green body; orange nozzle and pump.
3EqualWhite reservoir; red pump, chamber, nozzle; silver body.
CreditsProsConsMediaModifications
  • Review, Pros/Cons, and Photo by Neuro
  • Great reservoir capacity
  • Excellent range
  • "Sticky" pump
  • Extra-hard to find
  • None recommended.

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