Actually, I'm surprised they haven't done this in the past. They're a hardware store and sell most of the stuff you'd need to do a pneumatic prop. So consider it like when you buy a BBQ, suggested selling: propane tank, utensils..etc. from a sales perspective, more opportunities for upselling.All things considered since those are initial listings, I wonder if "pneumatic" actually means "pneumatic", or if it really means some sort of spring driven "Mr Dark" contraption.
It would be a big step forward but I wonder how they are going to handle the compressor. Will something cheap be included or are they going to basically say "Here's a wicked cool $200+ prop, now head over to another department and grab an air compressor that's going to add another $100+ to the overall investment so it will actually do something other than sit there. Hope you know something about pneumatics. Good luck."
I just don't see that working as a marketing approach.
With that being said, even though I've sworn off buying cheap props, I'm very curious about the archway. It seems easy enough to store and I can retire the way too big columns I already have.
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