We break down a few of the most common Air Swimmers Questions sitting in our inbox. As we all know already, Air Swimmers is becoming more and more popular each day and is considered as the most innovating toy of 2011, possibly carried over to 2012 as well. So if you haven’t got one yet, grab one on Amazon and join the party!
If you have bought or you’re planning to buy this product, this article will surely help you out with whatever questions you have. You can also ask questions in the comments area as well so don’t be shy!
Air Swimmers Questions and Answers
How hard is the assembly process?
To make things easier, you should have two people assembling the remote controlled toy. One person can hold the balloon and the other person would plug in the parts as needed. You can view detailed assembly instructions here.
Are they reusable?
Yes. This is one of the most common Air Swimmers Questions but to answer the question thoroughly, the Air Swimmers has a one-way valve on the back of the balloon (located under the tail motor) and that enables it to be re-inflated or topped off with more helium. The valve can last a long time if you take of it. Just take note that the valve is delicate and can’t be reused if torn.
Air Swimmers Questions and Answers: Is Yours Genuine?
Air Swimmers is such a big toy line that a bunch of people are copying them and putting it out on the market. Be careful with your online purchases and make sure you get a genuine Air Swimmer and get a refund if you don’t.
How do I check to see if I have a Genuine Air Swimmer or a knockoff?
Check the front of the box, the front should say “Air Swimmers”. The back of the box (bottom right corner) must say “William Mark Corporation” with the logo. The SKU number must be 759786100229 for the shark or 759786100236. If you don’t have any of those listed above, you have an illegal knockoff and can’t be replaced.
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We have the Air Swimmer assembled and balanced. We go through the steps to sync the controller to the pod. We get the tail to move once and then nothing. It has happened several times but we can’t get it to stay working for more than a few seconds. Any ideas?
I have a shark airswimmer. It was brought to me for assembly. I put in batterys and plugged in the tail assembly and powered both on. There is no response to the control panel. I have tried pairing. Both the controller and the pod light sit and blink – but does nothing else. Is there anything I can do other than return in????
since you’ve already tried pairing, the next step I would suggest is to simply get a replacement.
We got our shark filled up with helium at Safeway. They charged us $10! We brought it home, set it all up, and the shark would not float. It was weighted down by all the components. What should we do?
so i got the air swimmer big mouth flying bass filled it up with helium and put it to together and it does not float what should i do?