Cooplay Electric Shock Chewing Gum Pack Prank Toy, 2-Piece

Last updated date: December 3, 2021

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Cooplay Electric Shock Chewing Gum Pack Prank Toy, 2-Piece

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We looked at the top Prank Toys and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Prank Toy you should buy.

Update as December 3, 2021:
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Overall Take

Cooplay’s battery-operated electric shock chewing gum packs are not a new kind of prank that no one has ever heard of, but people are still fooled by it all the time.

In our analysis, the Cooplay Cooplay Electric Shock Chewing Gum Pack Prank Toy, 2-Piece placed 2nd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Make Fun Jokes to Your Friends. It's quite interesting. It's safety, but not suitable for children. Looks just like a regular packet of chewing gum. Simply offer some gum and watch as they receive a harmless shock. Will make the target jump. If you shock a person, they maybe drop it and it maybe broken.

An Overview On Prank Toys

Buying Guide  

Prank toys are designed to make people laugh, scream, get angry or even cry, so before buying any make sure that your intended targets do not have high anxiety! There are so many traditional favorites that have been around for years, like ugly fake teeth, fake dog poop, fake vomit and shocking gum packs. You can also find newer designs that feature things like fake jumping spiders, fake lottery tickets and hand gels and candles that smell like farts and much worse.

Prank toys that produce harmless electric shocks require batteries, which may or may not be included. If these toys get wet, they may not work again. The shock only lasts for a second, but some people may be upset by these kinds of prank toys; if you are unsure, err on the side of caution and try another prank. Electric shock toys may also be unsuitable for children under the age of 14, so read the product description carefully.

The snake-inside potato chip can is a good prank, because people rarely pay attention when grabbing for a can of chips so you can use it over and over again. Fake dog poop and vomit are also pretty entertaining, but some people may be offended by them. Again, think about your intended target audience before using pranks.

The Prank Toy Buying Guide

  • A hand or “joy” buzzer is a good alternative to electric shock prank toys, because it produces a buzzing effect instead of a shock. It attaches with a finger loop to the bottom of your hand, and when someone goes to shake your hand…ZZZZZT!
  • Make sure that the prank toy is age-appropriate for the intended recipient.
  • For the best results, set up your prank ahead of time by doing it in front of a lot of people. For example, Christmas dinner would be a great time to put a bug-in-the-ice in dad’s glass of seltzer.
  • Have someone get their camera ready ahead of time as well, so you can record the event and embarrass the person afterwards!