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Whether you're exploring air, vortexes, sound waves, or you just want to have fun blasting a puff of air over 20 feet, you'll have have plenty of good times with an Airzooka Air Blaster. Here's just a few ideas to get you started:
You get the idea. Let us know what other great things you come up with for the Airzooka.
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Posted by Unknown on 08 14 2016
I was hoping to pull it out of the box assembled. Have not used it yet because I need to figure out how to assemble. Seems a little tricky after one try.
Posted by Unknown on 06 27 2013
The kids are having a ball with this even though it is a little hard for them to use. It seems to work ok for everyone from 4yrs to adult even though the bigger you are the better you can use it.
Posted by Mr. E on 05 10 2013
We got the Airzooka to study toroidal vortex rings in for my 5th grade science class. The stydents were able to blow out candles and knock down cup pyramids from across the room. We were also able to observe the rings using a smoke machine I purchased at iParty.
Posted by Robert on 12 10 2012
I purchased this for my 7 year old thinking it would be fun for her and her friends. I watched a video online and it seamed like it was worth a try. It is really too difficult for a child to pull back and "shoot" it and even parents couldn't aim it and shoot a cup let alone a candle. I'd try something else next time.
Note from Bob: Sorry you had trouble. While it is tempting to pull the handle all the way back, our experience shows you get as much power and better accuracy without pulling too far.
Posted by Unknown on 12 14 2010
its cool and u can get revenge on enemies