CPS 4100
Year Released:

2002, 2004



Stock Capacity:

2.18L of water

Average Retail Price(s):

24.99 USD


CPS, SoakerTag

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Super Soaker CPS 4100 Larami 2002 Commercial Retro Toys and Cartoons

Super Soaker CPS 4100 Larami 2002 Commercial Retro Toys and Cartoons

The CPS 4100 is a 2002 Super Soaker CPS blaster that holds 2.18L of water. It succeeded both the CPS 2700 and CPS 3200, could be considered the spiritual successor to the Super Soaker 300 and XXP 275, and was the largest Super Soaker of its time (due to the Monster line being discontinued) until the Hydro Blitz succeeded it. It was the final primary blaster in the CPS line, since it was released in 2002, CPS' final year.

Its "little brother" was the CPS 2100, which succeeded both the CPS 1200 and CPS 1700.

This was also the only CPS blaster made available for purchase in the SoakerTag line, as many older blasters were carried over to the line after their initial production run. It was ultimately discontinued after its re-release.

It is classified as an elastic-pressure soaker, meaning it uses elasticity to punch out water instead of plainly using air pressure.

The CPS 4100 proved excellent for combat, and is rather intimidating because of flexibility, sturdiness, weight, size and power.

This was also one of the only CPS blasters produced by Hasbro, along with one of the most flexible ones ever made, because of its four different nozzle settings.

How to FireEdit

Step 1 - Fill the CPS 4100's tank with water.
Step 2 - Pump the soaker at least 30 times to pressurize it, therefore priming it.
Step 3 - Pull the trigger to fire.


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