Super Soaker Super Charger Power Pak

power pak tube

Released: 1999
Ebay Value: $39.14
NIB Value: $100.58

PC: 114 oz
Gun: 12.5″ x 3″ x 18″

Weight Loaded: 11.8 lbs
Weight Empty: 4.4 lbs

power pack ratings

Field Life


Oh my god is this gun ferocious! You should just be glad that it can only be used with a QFD. If not, well, you don’t even want to know. The scary thing is that this gun could have been even more terrifying if it had included a proper laminator and some way to field fill.

Basically, this is the best soakfest gun ever. So long as there’s a QFD around. There’s no pumping involved, just massive soaking annihilation. Let’s take a closer look at the nozzle selection.

Output ShotTime Range Taps/Tank
3x 2.8 40 secs 39 ft 163
10x 12 9.5 39 38
Saturator 15 7.6 21.5 30
Fan 4 28.4 18 114

I tend to use the 10x nozzle the most, but the Saturator is what brings out the epic punishment. Getting shot with that nozzle is like having someone pour a bucket of water on top you. I couldn’t believe that the output is only half that of a CPS 2000. What it does is spread the water around, and make no mistake, this the most devastating nozzle setting out there.

This gun can also make an epic back up if you’re hardcore enough to carry it and another blaster. It’s perfect for covering you if your primary is down for some reason, and it’s also great for filling other people’s guns with. For that reason it can be carried along as a mobile refil station in areas where there is no QFD. Just refill your thirstiest guns and ditch it when it’s empty – so long as you’re certain the area is safe for caching.

The biggest thing you have to be concerned with is making sure you properly empty all 3 PCs after each use. Just hold the trigger down and wait for all the water to dribble out. It’s best to do this every so often when not in use. You’ll be amazed at how much water is somehow still in there. This will help prolong the life of your blaster.



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