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POOF-Slinky 33308 Ideal Glow Hockey Air Hockey Table

  • Features black light technology that lights up the entire playing surface so you can play arcade style hockey in the light or the dark
  • 15-inch portable game has holes in the playing surface that release steady streams of air so the puck can ”float” across the rink
  • Has the same glide, slide and air powered action as the full-sized arcade game
  • Designed with a black and neon green playing surface
  • Recommended for children 5-years of age and older

The POOF-Slinky 33308 Ideal Glow Hockey Air Hockey Table features black light technology that lights up the entire playing surface so you can play arcade style hockey in the light or the dark. LED black light technology means the bulbs in the “tower” that hangs over the rink will never need to be replaced. This 15-inch portable game has holes in the playing surface that release steady streams of air so the puck can ”float” across the rink. The Glow Hockey Air Hockey Table features an on/of

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    • 1 K. M. "Synyster"

      8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
      3.0 out of 5 stars
      Needs a better blower motor., June 27, 2010
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      K. M. “Synyster” (Detroit, Michigan) –

      = Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
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      This review is from: POOF-Slinky 33308 Ideal Glow Hockey Air Hockey Table (Toy)

      I wanted this to be a fun toy for my sons 6th birthday. It’s easy to put together but requires alot of batteries 3-AA and 2-C.
      I put the game together which was easy and required no tools, accept a screw driver to get at the battery compartments.
      And when my son and I were playing it, I saw that the “puck” was getting stuck on the outer edges of the game board.
      As I was investigating this I noticed that there aren’t enough holes on the outer edges of the playing surface to keep the “puck”
      floating along to keep the game moving along smooth.
      I guess I’m having buyers remorse but while it lasts and with the glaring design flaw, we’ll play it for all it’s worth.
      Which I’m going to guess isn’t going to be for long.

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