RC Laser Tag Shock Tanks Can Kill You

Posted: Apr 3 2007, 5:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:24am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

RC Laser Tag Shock Tanks Can Kill You
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This sounds like a pretty cool RC game, so long as you don’t have a pace maker. After all everyone knows getting shocked is all fun and games till someone’s pace maker blows up. This may be the perfect way to settle office disputes.

Someone disagrees or just gets catty with you, challenge them to a duel. The tanks move forward, backwards, left and right and are equipped with IR cannons. The really cool part comes in when you successfully hit your opponent.When you zap them with your tank they get an electric shock through the controller. The controllers even come with a Wiimote like strap so when you “forget” to tell your opponent they will receive a shocking surprise they won’t drop your controller. This thing almost makes me wish I worked in an office again…not! Get your own set at ThinkGeek.

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