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Not to be confused with the 2014 Nerf Super Soaker series.
The 2011 series was designed and packaged to be very similar to the modern Nerf dart blaster series, by featuring tactical rails on most blasters and a variety of new accessories. This is the first series to be specifically released under the Nerf name, whereas previous series were regarded as "from the makers of Nerf".
This series features a black, orange and white color scheme for most of the blasters within it.
The oldest blaster in the series is the XP-215, initially released in 2001. Despite the series' unofficial name, the 2011 series continued past 2011, up to 2014, when branding and packaging changed to match the new Nerf Super Soaker releases.
2011 Series products
|Pool Splash Mat||2012|
|Bottle Blitz 3-Pack||2011|
|Hydro Cannon 2-Pack||2011|
|Max-D 3000 2-Pack||2011|
|Scatter Blast 2-Pack||2011|
Main article: Storm Series
The Storm Series sub-series features "PowerSoak Technology" and battery-operated soakers (all of which feature the word "storm" in their names).
Super Soaker X-TREME
Main article: Super Soaker X-TREME
The Super Soaker X-TREME sub-series features soakers that are advertised as being able to carry and fire icy cold water.
|Super Soaker series|
|Pre-1990||Classic Super Soaker|
|1990 - 2000||CPS • Super Charger • XP • XXP|
|2000 - 2010||2008 series • Aquashock • Aqua Squirtz • EES • Max-D • Max Infusion • Monster • SoakerTag • SoakerTag Elite|
|2010 - present||2011 series • Nerf Super Soaker • Rebelle • Soaker Wars • Zombie Strike|
|Sub-series||H20ps • Revenge • Sonic FIRE • Sonic ICE • Storm Series • Super Soaker X-TREME|