Blast 'em with air!
All you have to do is pull back the elasticated rear section and release it catapult-style. Airzooka then propels a powerful pocket of air straight at your intended target. It's a bit like having an invisible pair of mega-powerful bellows. With its walloping phantom blasts, Airzooka is ideal for convincing workmates there's a poltergeist in town, or simply confusing them to the point of insanity. They really won't know what's hit them!
You can also have immeasurable fun ruffling a vain colleague's hair, furtively blowing his/her paperwork all over the place, or indulging in a little target practice with a few paper cups. So what if Airzooka resembles something that Dick Dastardly might use to bark orders at his Vulture Squadron. The point is, this colourful cartoon-esque contraption is brilliantly simple, never runs out of ammo and brings a whole new meaning to the phrase 'air gun.' Put simply, Airzooka will blow you away!
Watch the Airzooka in Action!
To Operate Airzooka:
It's not exactly rocket surgery...
How Airzooka works
The Airzooka is what physicists call a 'vortex generator'. A vortex is a body of air or water that is swirling around itself. Tornadoes, smoke rings, and whirlpools are good examples.
When air is forced out of the front of the Airzooka air gun, some air hits the edges of the hole and slows down. This slower air is then pulled forward by the faster moving air in the center and starts swirling around itself in a ring.
The vortex can travel a long distance before breaking up, and you can actually feel a strong blast of air when it hits you! Vortex concepts were originally discovered and written about by Viktor Schauberger, in the context of boring science stuff, but it took the genius of some guy called Brian Jordan to see the real potential of utilising this phenomenon to create this fantastic toy. Three cheers for Brian!