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The CPS 2100 is a 2002 Super Soaker CPS blaster that holds up to 2L of water. It is an elastic-based Super Soaker and the last in the long line of CPS Super Soakers. We would not see another elastic-based Super Soaker until 2005's SoakerTag Elite Aquapack Devastator and Flash Flood. It is the successor of the CPS 1200 and CPS 1700, and could be considered a spiritual successor to the Super Soaker 200 and XXP 175. It is a general improvement over the CPS 1200 as it can shoot up to an extra ten feet. It is not currently sold, and was discontinued at the end of 2003. It came in one Toys R Us exclusive value pack, which included a miniature CPS 2100 keychain blaster. Unlike the CPS 4100, which was a repainted Monster without the super-charge ability, the 2100 was a completely new mold. It sells for up to $50 on eBay, as it is difficult to find and is one of the last true powerful blasters ever released. It does have a handle on the top of the blaster to help carry and stabilize the blaster, which is a bonus. It was designed as the secondary in the 2002 CPS line. Strangely, this blaster has the same capacity as the CPS 4100 despite it being much smaller than the CPS 4100. It wasn't re-released, unlike the CPS 4100, which was re-released in the SoakerTag line for 2004. It has only come in one color, silver/red. It is now discontinued.
Relation with other blasters Edit
The CPS 2100 is an original mold and replaces both the CPS 1200 and CPS 1700. It had no successor. It is the "little brother" of the CPS 4100. As the smaller of two heavy single-piece blasters, it could be considered the spiritual successor to the XXP 175, which itself was the direct successor to the Super Soaker 200
- It is the successor to the CPS 1200, which replaced the CPS 1000.
- It has been only released in three boxes, which most Super Soakers nowadays are released in much more than.
- It wasn't available in any colour changes or twin-packs.
- It is likely that the CPS 2100 was planned for release in the SoakerTag line, but was evidently cancelled.
- This blaster received no successor, but some could say to come extent that it was replaced by the Flash Flood or Arctic Blast.