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TAKE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF WHO ANSWERED FIRST! Who's First? Game Buzzer System is a stand-alone "buzz-in" game show buzzer system that will add excitement and real time technology to any fast-action Q&A game. The system identifies first and second place respondents with snazzy lights, a loud buzzer (which can be turned off, if desired), and 6 color-coded touch pads that announce who came in first -- and second!
ENJOY COMPETITION WITHOUT DISPUTES! Who's First? Wireless Game Buzzer System w/ Light Tower & USB port & Randomizer is a favorite of teachers and trainers worldwide!Add gameshow excitement to your classroom or meeting with this snazzy, updated model of our popular Who's First? 6-TEAM classroom gameshow light and buzzer system!
FOCUS ON YOUR CONTENT: Don't worry about figuring out which team gets to answer. Who's First know who rang in first with a hundredth of a second, so you can focus on teaching, not resolving conflicts!
RELY ON WHO'S FIRST!
- 6 Team Buttons are large enough to cater to team play and foster camaraderie.
- No software required!
- 1st responder flashes; 2nd responder show solid
- USB Interface to work with select gameshow software
- Random team selection
- Optional buzzer sound
- 80-foot range
- Light Tower measures 19" H (Base is 8" diameter) and weighs just 3 lbs.
The Random Team Selection function lets you randomly choose who gets to answer next, rather than asking for for participants to buzz in.
View video clip demo-- putting this product through our Warehouse Stress Test! If these buzzers can pass this test, they'll survive YOUR students!
- 1 main tower with 6 colored lights
- 6 wireless colored touch pads (3.5" dia. x 1" h)(coin-type CR2032 batteries included)
- 1 wireless reset touch pad
- Backpack Carry Case
- AC adapter (Class 2 power supply, 120VAC 60Hz 24W, 9VDC)
- USB cable
International customers, please note: The system uses 9 volts DC. The adapter included in the package can be used worldwide, Input 100 - 240V.
Here's what people are saying about this "Trainers Exclusive":
"... I just wanted to write and tell you -- what an AWESOME, well made, easy to use product. I will use this with my students and during training sessions with the staff. I love the storage bag that came with it has a home for everything. This was a well thought out product and I can't wait to put it to use!" --Ryan from Hampstead Central School
"For 10 years we have been playing a popular TV-style game as a review for one of our classes, and it has always been a challenge (and sometimes source of great controversy) to figure out which team was first to answer the question. We've tried raising hands and other types of buzzers, but the teams that weren't chosen frequently argued that the judge just didn't see them, or that their buzzer sounded a split second before the other team's. It was stressful for the instructors who were leading the activity and distracted the students from the review as they got all wound up about whether the other team was unfairly getting more chances to answer questions. This takes all the subjectivity out of it. The flashing light is up there for everybody to see. It's just what we needed to get the focus off the process and onto the content. Makes the instructors happier too, since they don't have to make any more controversial judgment calls." --WV Catherder from Harpers Ferry
** TIPS **
STAND-ALONE BUZZER: If you don't have time for a long popular TV-style-like game, you can also put together a quick 5-10 question quiz and keep score the old -fashioned way, on a chalk board or whiteboard.
SOFTWARE INTERFACE: If you want to check the software interface, plug in the USB cable from the light tower to your computer. Then open any sort of word document. When you tap one of the colored buttons, you should see it type a number 1-2-3-4-5-6. If no number appears, we might have a connectivity issue.
BATTERY CHECK: Be sure to test your buzzer before any event. If the unit is not working, it's always good to check the power and/or the batteries in the touch pads.
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We have been looking for a signaling device when our families get today during the holidays. This year we are planning TEAM HOTTLE JEOPARDY.
Disappointed that we purchased the additional buzzers, and having the 12 buzzers vs. the 6 was a huge reason and why we chose this product in the first place. That being said, the additional 6 buzzers, do not allow the product to differentiate between same color buzzers. Disappointed in the product for that reason only. Otherwise the product made our "game show" a huge hit at our training session! Participants really enjoyed having the technology!
I use this product for team building games that have inspired group participation that otherwise would not have happened. It takes those who would be hesitant to answer and encourages them to participate.
Well made. Even the tote bag demonstrated your attention to detail. I like dealing with a company that puts the customer first. You exceeded my expectations.
I occasionally have a problem with it interfering with other wireless systems; it doesn't work in some venues. But otherwise, it's very good. I wouldn't mind if it were customizable, e.g., I could add my own logo.
I ordered the original Who's First many years ago and though I enjoyed it then as a learning reinforcement tool, I did have a concern about the wires that could become unwieldy over time. This new unit has done away with that concern and I am ever so grateful. I do wonder why the instructions in the unit says that the "solid" light is the 1st to strike and the website says it is the "blinking" light. Minor concern, but a little confusing as to which is correct. I guess you can make it whatever you want, but I would like to know which is correct. Thanks for the new design and the wonderful carrying case. I will keep my eye out for any new designs in the near future.
For 10 years we have been playing a Jeopardy-style game as a review for one of our classes, and it has always been a challenge (and sometimes source of great controversy) to figure out which team was first to answer the question. We've tried raising hands and other types of buzzers, but the teams that weren't chosen frequently argued that the judge just didn't see them, or that their buzzer sounded a split second before the other team's. It was stressful for the instructors who were leading the activity and distracted the students from the review as they got all wound up about whether the other team was unfairly getting more chances to answer questions. This takes all the subjectivity out of it. The flashing light is up there for everybody to see. It's just what we needed to get the focus off the process and onto the content. Makes the instructors happier too, since they don't have to make any more controversial judgement calls.
Really stepped up participation in a usually quiet meeting. Guaranteed that everyone will remember the topic.
I used this to play a review game at the end of training sessions and everyone loved it thought it was a fun addition to the training. It works exactly as expected. No complaints!