CPS 3200

CPS-3200 (2000)

Type: Heavy CPS Blaster Use: Primary
Range: 8/10 Endurance: 9/10 Nozzle: 5x,10x,20x,typhoon
Ease of Use: 7/10 Price (2000): $39.99 USD
Pressurizes Via: CPS Pressure Chamber

The CPS-3200 was the last blaster introduced to feature a 20x nozzle and is one of the most capable heavy class CPS blasters ever released. Identical to the CPS-3000 except for a hard-shell back in place of a soft one, the CPS-3200 was introduced in 2000. The CPS-3200 has a two gallon backpack that is attached via hose to the main blaster and contains the pump and nozzles. The two gallons of water means that even with heavy use, you will not be refilling for quite a while. The CPS-3200 is the ideal heavy CPS blaster because the vast majority of the blasters weight is on your back, making it much easier to use this blaster for extended periods of time.

It is equipped with four nozzles rated 5x, 10x, 20x, and the typhoon nozzle. The 5x seems to have the best range, and is also the best pick for conserving water. The 10x nozzle is pretty standard and delivers a CPS-1500/1700 style blast. The dreaded 20x nozzle can instantly drench an opponent, and instantly deplete your pressure chamber. The typhoon nozzle is useful for close range encounters. Changing nozzles with it is an easy task, and the selected one easily clicks into place. I recommend that CPS-3200 users are accompanied by an escort armed with a XP class heavy blaster like the XP-150,XP-310, or Max-D 6000. I caution this because a CPS-3200 user caught in the midst of pumping could run into trouble because of the many pumps required and the difficulty in retreating quickly while wearing a backpack full of water. The bright yellow coloring makes it hard to use in night fights. Because of this, I spray painted my CPS-3200 a flat tan, something that I now regret considering how collectible Super Soakers are now. For the same shelf price as a Monster X (not sure about E-Bay price), I'd pick a CPS-3200 any day.

Fighting against the CPS-3200: Don't go near this blaster unless you're packing a heavy CPS or are going to try to snipe. If the user of the CPS-3200 misses and depletes their pressure chamber it is the opportune time to strike.

Pros: Great power and it looks scary. It has a 20x nozzle.
CPS 3200 Cons: VERY bright and a bit bulky.
Rating: 9/10
Review Updated: July 2012 (Edited), May 2020 (edited)

Generation III CPS Blaster
Preceded By: CPS-3000
Succeeded By: N/A
Item Number: 9798-0
© 1997 Larami Ltd.
Patents: RE35412, 5339987

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