Gunners Up Launchers vs Zinger Winger Launchers

Gunners Up Launchers vs Zinger Winger Launchers

We are constantly being asked, what is the difference between Gunners Up Launchers and Zinger Winger Launchers. From the day we launched out ECommerce store we started fielding that very question, so we have had lots of time to figure out exactly what we feel are the major differences.

1) Where are they made: Zinger Winger is a Canadian company that has a PO Box in New York, while Gunners Up is made in the USA. It makes a big difference in price because of shipping cost to the retailer, and importation fee’s.

2) What is the price difference: Zinger Winger costs approximately 100 dollars launcher. That being said as we mentioned earlier a large chunk of that is the additional shipping over the Northern Boarder.

3) Quality, who is better: We have heard stories from both sides for years, and both sides have fan’s/haters. But after using both personally they both are made with equal quality. Neither of which we have ever had personal issues with due to quality of manufacturing.

4) Customer Service: Gunners Up Launchers customer service is by far the better of the two companies, this has been repeatedly informed to us by customers. Retriever Training: Intro to Gunfire 2

So when it comes to the products we sell, it always comes down to what our customers want. Though out the years we have learned that it is important to offer the products that have the greatest benefit to our loyal customer base, and in this instance it is Gunners Up Launchers. From their rugged dependability to their superior customer service, we proudly offer them to our customers!

Check out our selection of Gunners Up Launchers today, and don’t forget to use the coupon code WINGER at the checkout. We love giving you an even better deal than our competitors!

7 Responses to “Gunners Up Launchers vs Zinger Winger Launchers”

  1. Jake Coon

    Great article, I use the gunners up launcher and mine are over 10 years old with very little problems. One product you guys have that needs some design work is your single seat covers. The material is great but the design is horrible, with a few tweaks this could be a product that works but as is they are not good.

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    • Carol Cassity

      Gunners Up is made in China. When we got ours last year, there was a big sticker which read “Assembled in USA”. I peeled off the label and the winger box was stamped “Made in China.

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      • Josh

        Carol,

        Just tried on my personal winger, and was unable to duplicate what happened to you.

        But in the same instance Zinger Winger is 100 percent MADE AND ASSEMBLED outside of the US.

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        • Carol Cassity

          Perhaps it has changed from last year. Also I can tell you is that last year, the box was stamped made in China.

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  2. Joshua

    I find your blog post about the differences of these 2 wingers misleading and self-serving. You recommend this product that you sell for a profit under the guise that it’s made in the USA while the other product is made in Canada. “Assembled in the USA” sticker placed over the Made in China label on the box? If you feel so strongly about selling products made in the USA then the importer of the Gunners Up is misleading you.

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    • Josh

      Josh,

      Everyone has an opinion on the subject. I understand your support of Canadian made products, as that is where you are from. But we prefer gunners up. Just so we are clear. I we can sell zinger just chose not to

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