Power Poppers™ are today's answer to the ping-pong ball guns of yesteryear, except these shoot smaller orange balls that look a little like cheesy snacks, but don't be fooled. You pick from an arsenal that includes the pump-action pistol, 9" long and shoots, yes, (6) balls; the foot-long+ popper rifle with a payload of a dozen rounds. Extra ammo available in packs of (12) 1-1/16" orange balls, because the cat will hide these.
Make your dashboard one with everything for under five bucks. This Buddhist monk-on-a-spring wears an off-the-shoulder saffron robe and a blissful expression that will make your daily commute a little slice of Nirvana. Sits 4-5/8" tall with an adhesive base.
We don't know the folks at TSA, but we're hoping they won't let you on the plane with this remote-controlled rattler, for everyone's sake. Measures approx 16" long with (22) segments and creeps along quite quickly when you push the forward, left or right buttons on the snake-eggish infrared remote. Remote runs on (3) button-cell batteries, included, and the snake is rechargeable via the included USB charge cord. (If you're USB-deviceless, get our 40579 USB-out wall plug.) Range is about 20 feet. We'll pick a snake in serpauthentic speckled gray, speckeld white, or green or orange, all with a nice retractable tongue.
Watch it in action!
You take the Moo Popper, an open-mouthed 6" tall rubber Holstein, stick one of the (6) 1-1/8" dia chartreuse (or grass-colored?) foam balls in its mouth, give its bovine belly a good squeeze and it expels the ball across the room. Harder you squeeze, farther it flies. Impressive ballistics, good clean fun and an educational look at dairy farming practices all at the same time. Sorry, no fully automatic cows are available.
The possibilities are endless. You get a set of (4) stuffed rubber chickens, 8" long and in (4) different, but chickenlike, skin tones, plus an 8-3/4" dia target to toss them at. Throw the target on the ground then fling, roll, or bounce the chickens toward it. Sort of chicken bocce, or poultry petanque. Includes game ideas and a score pad! In between chicken-throwing seasons, they make a mighty nice display lined up on the mantle.
Staggeringly silly, but still a half-ton-o’-fun on slow days in the office. The 6-3/4" long plastic “gun” has a little pencil for a barrel, and the (3) clay pigeons are really 1-3/4” long pigeon-shaped erasers. Comes with (4) rubber bands for ammo. Middle-schooler alert: the whole set will be in your teacher’s desk drawer before you can even reload.
Nothing says motoring fun like a zombie on the dashboard. He's green, he's quivering, he's undead, and he sticks to your dash! We're especially fond of the spring-attached head and arms which shake just like a real zombie. About 5-5/8" tall with a partially exposed brain
You say you don’t have a cottage on a lake? Can’t afford a jet ski anyway? No problem. Just crank up your 4-1/2" long, twin-prop remote control jet ski and run laps in the hot tub or kids’ pool. Has a 50-foot range and is available with 27MHz and 49MHz frequencies. Includes a removable rubber rider. You add one “AAA” battery for the unit and (4) “AA”s for the remote.
It's one of the Sky Ripperz, our super-zippy 11" long slingshot rockets. Fire it from its very own rubber-cord launcher and watch it soar up to 250 feet. Has a foam nose to prevent serious damage and an on-board whistle to add to its rocketishness. You'll receive (1) rocket in a suitably speed enhancing color and (1) launcher to provide the needed propulsion. Carl uses his to shoot in orders for burrito deliveries (bean, extra cheddar), but he lives really close to a Taco Horn.
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