Santa brought my kids each an Airzooka for Christmas. We had fun playing with it, and housecats all across Kentucky now understand it’s time to duck for cover when this big honkin’ thing comes out.
But my youngest daughters’ Airzooka had a broken handle right from the box. We taped it together and I sent a quick email over to the company. WITHIN HOURS, Inventor Brian Jordan at Airzooka had emailed me back and already sent out a new one. (His story is pretty cool, too.)
It arrived in a box today and her Airzooka is in prime working condition. No Charge, No Hassle. Now we’re back in business – and the cats are back in hiding. And I’m eying the mega zooka so I can re-establish who’s head honcho around the house. Some people are even adding laser sights to them.
This kind of remarkable service, even for a silly cubical toy, is blog-worthy. Now everyone get one – they’re old-fashioned non-video-game type fun.
You can get your Airzooka using my ThinkGeek link over to the right and I’ll make about TWELVE CENTS! Whooo hoo!