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Super Soaker XP 150

Last updated on 2008-01-17

Name Images: 1, 2 Product Details Specifications
ManufacturerLarami TypeSeparate Air Chamber
Release Year1994 Reservoir Capacity
End Year1995 Chamber Capacity
AvailabilityDiscontinued Pump Capacity
Original Price Shots Per Tank
Typical eBay Price Pumps Until Full
LineXtra Power Weight Empty
Patents5,303,848, D348,912 Weight Full
Marks4 Dimensions
NozzleLevel RangeAngled RangeAverage OutputShot Time
Riot Blastftftoz/ss

Monsoon's Review

The XP 150 is one of the best XPs ever made. Even though the styling is from the stone age, the performance of this gun still amazes most people. It looks like its little brother, the XP 75, and it doesn't suffer flying tank syndrome. The pressure chambers are bigger than the ones mounted on today's XPs, which gives it a longer shot time. The screw on tank annoys most people because it can do damage the thread on the water tank. This gun is tough! When I was little, I never took care of my blasters, a SS 50, a XP 110, and my XP 150, but only the XP 150 survived, proving it's a really durable gun. Its colors are better than most blasters. I think that this is a great gun, and most will agree.

Drenchenator's Review

Many people describe the XP 150 as the best XP soaker; and it certainly can be it. Its large pump volume gets pressure with ease and the its two pressure chambers give it a long shot time. The main downside is the tank--it must be removed completely to refill it. In all, the XP 150 is a great medium-size water gun.

Other Sites' Reviews


XP 150

11993OriginalEqualRiot blast; two peg reservoir connection.
21994ImprovedEqualNo riot blast; screw on reservoir.
31998ClassicEqualLight green, purple, and orange; no riot blast; screw on reservoir.
41999ClassicEqualRiot blast; screw on reservoir.
  • Review and Pros/Cons by Monsoon
  • Photos by Ben
  • Review by Drenchenator
  • Decent coloring
  • Dual pressure chambers
  • Great range and power

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