Kid-Powered Rocket Can Soar Up To 120 Feet Plus It Whistles As It Works!
Lake Barrington, IL (July 18, 2014) – Parents wishing to get the kids outdoors and moving need only entice them with a game of fetch. Aeromax, makers of aerodynamic toys and quality dress-up gear, introduces the very affordable Sky Blaster (MSRP $7.95) where kids launch, retrieve and repeat. Old-fashioned backyard fun, with kids on the run, returns.
With the kid-powered precision of a slingshot, the new Sky Blaster has a few tricks to wow youngsters ages 8 and up. As kids improve their launches, the rocket can soar past 50 or 100 feet up to 120 feet! Sky Blaster comes in three primary colors — green, red and blue — making it easy to find once it lands in the grass, the bushes or (ooops) up in a tree.
Old-fashioned fun also means there are no batteries, no bells but you do get a whistle! As the Sky Blaster shoots across the yard, kids will be rewarded with a whistle sound.
Pick up a Sky Blaster in specialty stores this month and at online toy sites like FatBrainToys.com or at http://www.aeromaxtoys.com.
Sky Blaster • Ages 8+ • $7.95
The rocket and launcher combo needs only a kid’s touch to soar across the sky. Once launched, this blaster whistles while it works its way across the field. Choose one of three colors — Red, Blue and Green — or better yet, collect them all.
Aeromax toys, hats, accessories and outfits continually earn industry awards and national media recognition. At the same time, grownups can encourage their kids to let their imaginations soar without breaking the bank. Case in point — the company recently earned kudos for its affordable Youth Size Astronaut Helmet ($16.95). Creative Child magazine named the helmet its 2014 Toy of the Year.
Check out the entire line of products at aeromaxtoys.com or follow them on Facebook.
President Mark Levine began his company 17 years ago with one product, the Aeromax 2000 Tangle Free Toy Parachute, which is pictured in the company’s logo. Today the Aeromax product line boasts 300 (and counting) items and every top toy industry award. Charitable giving is an important component of Levine’s business plan with thousands of units donated to Kids Wish Network and most recently, Kids In Distressed Situations (K.I.D.S.). To order online or for more information, visit aeromaxtoys.com.