Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:1 week to 1 month
Had a lot of fun at work, told people that it makes a different sound every time you push the button since it does not look like a working video game.
Construction was a problem, when I first tried it, I had to hit the button a few times to get a shock. I opened the unit and saw that the contact was hitting the melted plastic they use to hold the other contact, adjusted and now it shocks any way you push the button. Just need a small phillips screwdriver.
Quality control was not a factor when they built the unit, also power source is a few watch cells, it appears you could modify it when the cells die to use the same number of AAA batteries, that also would give it more weight.
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