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- This desktop candy grabber is like making your very own diet control method on your desktop, now you have to earn your chocolates
- Made of high quality material, you can use this grabbing machine for a long time
- This battery-powered mini claw machine provides all the fun and frustration of the full-sized version
- Using the controls, they'll move the claw and try to capture a prize before the music runs out
- The candy grabber enforces this by making you work for your sweets or small toys
- Designed to vend your favorite candies (or other small baubles,) this candy grabber machine thing would be a great diet aid if you're used to regularly emptying out that bowl of sweets on your desk
- You can put sweets or other small toys in the candy grabber by opening the top lid
- You can grab your favorite baubles when the music starts
- Fill the musical grab-it arcade machine with goodies and let kids take the challenge
- From the left to the right, the buttons mean going forward, backward and claw up and down
- It will bring more pleasure to your family in your daily life or special days
How to Win at Claw Machine Games?
- Find out when the maintenance man refills the claw machine. You have a better chance at winning a stuffed animal right after he re-stocks the machine, because the stuffed toys at the top of the machine are not as tightly packed as the ones on the bottom. This makes them easier for the claw to grasp and hold
- Study the machine and its players for a while. A timer in the machine determines when prizes are "due"; it provides the claw with a stronger grip than usual during that play. The specific times vary by machine. Sometimes, the timer may make one out of five plays a winner or one out of ten plays a winner. Once you spot a winner, write down "win" on a piece of paper. Continue to observe the machine and its players. Count how many plays miss between wins. Now you have obtained the timer's sequence which will enhance your chances of winning a stuffed animal out of the crane machine
- Insert a quarter on the winning sequence you have noted on paper. To do this, you must wait until other people try and fail until reaching the "winning" try. Move the crane over a loosely packed stuffed animal, making sure that sits comparatively unencumbered on top of other toys. Do not try for a toy that has a leg, arm or other part covered by toys
- Drop the crane using the button on the joystick. With practice, observance and luck you will see that toy fall into the prize box
Claw Machine Tips:
Choosing a Prize
- Start by examining the machine and the prizes inside. Evaluate the cost. If it's a few dirty, cheap-looking stuffed animals, they won't be worth the money you spend on them. If the machine contains candy, you'll typically pick up between one and four pieces. You could get more candy for 50 cents from a candy machine. If you see a nicer stuffed toy or prize you want, decide which one you're aiming for before you insert your money. Choose a prize away from the back or sides of the machine, and one that is loose instead of crammed in with other prizes. A stuffed animal with a belt or a collar makes an excellent choice if you can hook it and drag the toy
- Use all but the last 5 seconds of your allotted time to adjust your aim. Have a friend stand at the side of the machine and tell you how your aim looks. If you have time, run around and check your location from the side yourself. On a small machine, you can hold the control and aim the claw while looking in through the side glass at the same time. This gives you a better sense of location than looking in from the front. Occasionally you'll see prizes stacked higher than the opening where the prizes are deposited. Try to grab one of these. Even if the claw slips off the item, it may still knock it into the opening for you to retrieve. If you spend more than $2 or $3 and still haven't won a prize, walk away. It's not worth your money
Three- Versus Four-Prong Claws
- A three-prong claw can be used to grip a section of a stuffed toy. Try to latch onto a head or the center of the body. The claw will normally fall on its side when it lands, so aim for the largest section of the toy you think the claw can still fit around to give it something to grip. With a basketball, look for one that is sitting loose, and center the claw over it. If the claw drops directly over the center, it can catch the ball. Examine the claw to make sure it's not so large that the ball will roll out. For a four-prong claw, catch an animal around its chest and aim below the arms so it does not slip out when the claw starts moving
- 1 x Small Toy Grabber
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