deals2 pack of galaxy shooters for $10 + free shipping

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Oh. I think I need these. Yes, it's a need, not a want!

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Saw these in the street in Shang Hai or Beijing last month. REALLY impressive, a lot of fun.

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@videowallart: Good link, but the $7.50 price is for 10. The amount for 50 doesn't change, so no matter which group you pick the 50 stays the same. However, if you click on "buy" it shows the last amount you clicked for that price. So you if "buy" for 50 after clicking on the 10, it will sell you 10 for $7.50.

At least as I am understanding it.. unless it is 10 packs of 50?

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The ones on Ebay in that link are China Knock Off that is guaranteed to brake after 1 use.
Don't be fooled by imitations.

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@micjames13: Hi there - I see you are new here and just wondered if you're with the company.

Folks might have some questions for you directly if you are.

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Going to the site is worth it just for the celebrity endorsements in the video!

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@alfredenigma: Well, you do have to put up with the dubstep also though.

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I"m curious how large of an area you need to launch these and expect to get it back. Looks like some cheap fun if they can be recovered :)

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@artimid: You are correct sneaky little B*'s that link appears to be $17.83 for 50 which is about ($.34ea.) what I paid for them last summer. (I gave them out for Halloween)

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@micjames13: Slightly different design for 35 cents from china and I had a few duds (5%+-) the batteries last about 60 hours if you leave them turned on (in the tree) they are huge fun for the money, and you will lose them before the batteries wear out .

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@micjames13: China Knock off no brake for no-one!

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@tsfisch: You only need about a 250SQ min just shoot them up and they will return to you. Great toy,

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If any of you are in the LA area, just shop at your local Aah's store. they have these for $2.50! they have a website but it's very limited. Here's a link of there locations though:

http://aahs.com/address.html

my boyfriend got this deal last time and they suck. It broke on the first launch! and the 2nd one hardly flies. it's not worth $5.

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I bought 2 of these at DollarTree the other day.

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@videowallart: On that ebay link, I can't even get to the point of ordering 50.

I do see a price of 15.10 for 30, which is just a shade higher than 50 cents each, which is still a decent price, but if people can get to your 50 link, its a couple cents cheaper than the one I just posted. I can't hit the 50 link though.

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@tsfisch: Shame on you! Of course he doesn't work for the company! He just happened to stumble onto this site on the very day there's a sponsored deal for a product with which he's exceedingly familiar.

Really.

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The company's video says "play catch with them!" and shows two people launching their shooters toward each other.

Since the shooters are also advertised as returning to their senders like a boomerang, how exactly would one play catch with them.?

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Keith David gives Galaxy Shooters a thumbs up. That's awesome.

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@magic cave: they don't actually return to the launcher. They just randomly fall. and if it DOES come towards you, don't catch it. they hurt.

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Well since micjames never answered my question about being forthright about whether or not he represents the company, I went ahead and ordered some of the cheaper generics from eBay. If he had answered my question I probably would have ordered from him - would have showed good customer service.

We don't mind vendors joining in the conversation, in fact it's encouraged - you just need to come clean about who you are.

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I bought three of these in Hong Kong for 10 HKD. That's 3 for US$1.50 or so. Just to give you an idea of the value of this offer. (Ok, so I negotiated; they were asking HKD15 for three which I thought too much for this.)

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Just remember you get what you pay for. The Galaxy Shooter is the Original and comes with a lifetime warranty. I am not the owner of the company on the other hand I do work for the company. As for the question how does it come back to you and also is able to be used to play catch. The toy is designed to be shot in different angels to cause different effects.

Furthermore Galaxy Shooters are employing hardworking individuals in the U.S and putting food on the tables in this weak economy. What are you doing besides posting links to cheap imitations? Where in fact all the money goes and stays in China when ordering on these links. Ordering the real deal you are helping people grow a company for good causes. Our team who are reading these comments people who take pride in our customers and our product would appreciate more considerate comments.

Thank You

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@micjames13: You guys might want to highlight these facts somewhere along the way. I didn't know this was not a Chinese imitation until you said so. (Ok, so I'm pretty sure it gets stated somewhere, but clearly not obvious enough for me to have noticed it.) Thanks for the clarification.

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@aki009: Not a problem, Galaxy Shooters stands behind there product 100%.

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@micjames13 can you please explain how this "lifetime warranty" is fulfilled? Because I have a broken galaxy glider in much need of revival.

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@micjames13: Just to clarify - the Galaxy Shooter is made in the USA?

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@ereenay: According to their website, you email a picture of the broken product, then you add a special "warranty redemption" item to the shopping cart and "buy" it. That item is free, as is shipping. Presumably they then verify the pic and send you the free item.

Assuming they honor this, that seems to be a very nice warranty policy.

Now the policy also supposedly requires you to also first "like" them on Facebook. I have no idea if this is really required, or if that's just a gimmick to get more FB exposure. What if a person doesn't use FB, for example?

On the other hand, I assume most of these will end up lost rather than broken.

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Ok, This American company employs Americans to open the bags of 1000 from China and put them in small bags and mark them up 1300%. Sounds good to me.