Fairground Candy Grabber Reviews
Product Type: Geomag toys
Description:Manufacturer: Gizoo / Type: Electronic Toys - Fairground Candy Grabber.
Newest Review: ... win. You have until the music stops and if you are not fast enough then you forfeit your go. WHAT I THINK This toy is not ... more
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Customer Fairground Candy Grabber Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/11/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
WHAT IS IT? A small home version of a fairground grabber game. This one is desktop size so you cannot put toys in it like the large ones have but it is designed for sweets and other very small items. HOW DO YOU USE IT? Fill the clear section with wrapped sweets first and then activate your turn by sliding one of the plastic tokens into the coin slot. You can use real coins as well and turn this into a money savings box. When the fairground music starts you use the joysticks to move the claw around and pick up the sweet you want to win. You have until the music stops and if you are not fast enough then you forfeit your go. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/12 (Very useful, 90 readings)
My son was delighted to be given a candy grabber this Christmas and although it hasn't been owned for very long, it has been well played with so I think a review is justified. The Wiki candy grabber is basically a small replica of the ones you find in fairgrounds. It is quite large measuring 35 cm in height and 26 cm in width. It looks well made and has thick Perspex windows on all sides. There is a clawed grabber that is operated via the three silver levers at the front of the candy grabber. There is a plastic sliding cover on the top of the grabber where you place sweets or other small toys to win. OPERATING THE CANDY ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/11, updated on 10/12/11 (Very useful, 142 readings)
===Fairground Candy Grabber=== While browsing around lots of sites for Christmas presents last year, my attention kept being caught by this Fairground Candy Grabber. It seemed to be everywhere, Argos, Hawkins, IWOOT (iwantoneofthose.com) and many other sites. I thought it would be great fun for my daughter, but the price tag was a little off putting. At anywhere between £20 and £30, it is a high priced to pay for what could be classed as a novelty item. When I saw it around Easter time for only £5.99 plus delivery charge, I snapped it up, but after having it for a while I would happily pay more than that - but not quite the full amount, and this ... Read the complete review
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