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Super Soaker 300

Last updated on 2008-01-21

Super Soaker 300 Images: 1 Product Details Specifications
ManufacturerLarami TypeSeparate Air Chamber
Release Year1993 Reservoir Capacity8000 mL (270 oz.)
End Year1993 Chamber Capacity
AvailabilityDiscontinued Pump Capacity
Original Price Shots Per Tank
Typical eBay Price Pumps Until Full
LineClassic Weight Empty
Patents5,322,191, D336,668 Weight Full
Marks3 Dimensions
NozzleLevel RangeAngled RangeAverage OutputShot Time
5xft50 ftoz/ss
m15 mmL/s

Drenchenator's Review

The SS 300 is the monster of its time, and still continues to awe today. It was the only gun of the classic line-up to achieve 50 feet as advertised--a massive feat even today. The SS 300 was the first backpack soaker. Its pump volume is massive, and is needed to power its three huge chambers. The gun has a major flaw: it is very fragile. However, it performs at the higher end, only surpassed in range by homemades and the CPS 2000 make 1.

Repair warning

The SS 300 is prone to broken firing handles. In case the firing handle breaks or ceases to function, consult our repair guide.

Other Sites' Reviews


11993OriginalEqualPurple and blue body; yellow chambers.
21994XP 300EqualExtremely rare; grey and red body; yellow chambers.
31993EuropeanEqualPurple and blue body; yellow chambers; marked "SS 3000."
  • Review, Pros/Cons, and Warning by Drenchenator
  • Powerful
  • Massive supply of water
  • Large pump volume
  • Fragile
  • Hard backpack
  • None needed.

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