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Harness your inner Spiderman with this web shooter made by man in Singapore

Spider-Man superpowers from Singapore.




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Singapore – Relive your childhood dream of becoming the friendly neighbourhood Spiderman with this web shooter that actually works. No more fake wrist flicking while going “Pew, pew, pew!”.

Made by a Singapore-based man, using the moniker HeroTech, the DIY Web 12 functional web shooter uses a nylon-like string and a lot of other mechanisms to make your superhero aspirations come true.

He also uploaded a video of the instructions on how to assemble the web shooter.

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For those who aren’t the DIY type, you can also purchase the product at Etsy for S$139.00. It is currently for preorder for release on August and comes with free delivery.

HeroTech has sold 260 web shooters and received many positive reviews from happy customers.

The real-life inventor taking on Tony Stark’s role also offers great for any concerns regarding his .

“Where do I start? If you’re looking for the most exceptional customer service I’ve ever received and a seller who genuinely cares about their customers, you’ve found him. Jacob Uy (the man behind HeroTech) is the one for you. Back in July, I received my Multi-Functional Web Shooter. Unfortunately, it was faulty. Though originally disheartened and highly disappointed, I contacted Jacob in hopes of resolving the issue. Not only did he respond fast, he offered me various solutions to the problem. Though his suggestions did not resolve my situation, he stayed in contact throughout the months in making sure I was a satisfied customer. Jacob offered me a full refund, and as an apology for the faulty product, additional parts (even a new gadget he invented) free of charge. Thank you for all your help Jacob, you’re amazing,” wrote Harrison.

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Others mentioned how the web shooter is “worth every penny” and the “best buy of their life.”

Now if only there were shoes and gloves that could help us easily stick on walls.

Watch the web shooter in action below:

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