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Following the success of the 1990 Power Drencher, Larami produced a series of follow-up soakers: the Super Soaker 100 and Super Soaker 30. This helped to kickstart the popularity of the Super Soaker brand.
The series's last notable soaker released were the 1994 Super Soaker 60 and Super Soaker 10. Additional re-releases of previous soakers lasted past then, up until 1998 for the Super Soaker 50's twentieth anniversary.
Classic Super Soaker products
|Super Soaker 200 Tank Top||1993|
|Super Soaker Backpack||1993|
- The Super Soaker community may have chose the name "Classic Super Soaker" based on re-releases of soakers using the name "Classic Series".
|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|