SC 600

Super Charger 600 (1999)

Type: Medium S.C. Blaster Use: Primary Blaster
Range: 7/10 Endurance: 9.5/10 Nozzle: 3x
Ease of Use: 10/10 Retail Price USD (1999): $19.99
Pressurizes Via: CPS Firing Chamber
Capacity: 59oz (3.6 L) Weight Full: 6 7/8 lbs

The Super Charger 600 was the largest blaster of the original Super Charger lineup that was usable in the conventional way and QFD capable. Using a CPS firing chamber for pressure combined with the ability of being refilled via QFD, the SC-600 is a versatile and capable blaster. One of the strongest points about the SC-600 is that it fires at peak strength for quite a while, thanks to the CPS firing chamber. The blaster charges quickly and does not require excessive pumping. The range is good, but nothing outstanding. The nozzle is about 3x, but the blast of water emitted isn?t too powerful in terms of ability to sting an opponent. Regardless of nozzle output, the Super Charger 600 has great soaking potential. It can tango with most XP blasters except perhaps the XP-150 or Max-D 6000. Build quality is outstanding, and I can?t imagine my SC-600 being damaged in combat unless it was the pump. I recommend the SC-600 as a medium sized primary blaster. A SC-600 user combines the advantages of CPS technology and the maneuverability of the XP/Max-D line.

Overall, I find the Super Charger 600 to be one of the easiest to use Super Soakers in the entire brand. It has a tethered cap for easy refills, a pump that charges efficiently, and it is light weight. Plus it can be filled very quickly via the QFD. The ease of use of the SC-600 is one my favorite points about this blaster, and I would be hard pressed to think of an easier blaster to recommend for novices.

According to reports in the water warfare community, and from what I have seen on E-Bay, there are three models of the Super Charger 600. The first model has a black grip, the second is the one with the gray grip in my possession, and a third was a blue colored year 2000 model. I have never personally seen a year 2000 model, and the Super Charger 600 pretty much disappeared from the shelves after 1999.

Pros: Pumps quickly, excellent shot time, rugged construction, and QFD capable
Cons: Not the most powerful stream of water
Rating: 7.5/10

Generation One Super Charger
Preceded By: N/A
Succeeded By: N/A
US Patent: Pending
© 1998 Larami Limited
Item Number: 9962-0

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