Where to leave your q-botSix Flags Great Adventure: Were to leave your q-bot where you are riding a ride like king da ka of el toro? Do you just put it in your pocket or give it to the operator?
From Tom BattenWhere to leave your q-bot where you are riding a ride like king da ka of el toro?
Posted June 10, 2007 at 12:37 PM
Do you just put it in your pocket or give it to the operator?
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From Erik MahalIf you don't have a zipper or velcro pocket give it to the operator or one of the staff members, they will hold it for you. You want to make sure your pockets are closed tight because on kingda ka everything in them might get ripped out.
Posted June 10, 2007 at 4:30 PM
From Adrienne McDonaldWell mine always have had a 'carrabeener' thingy to snap/attach to my belt loop. I always made sure though that it wasn't caught in anything & usually fixed it to the front where it'd be not only attached to my belt loop the entire day but also on my lap under my fanny pack when riding, it was fine. While walking around I also usually kept my hand on it since it flapped against my leg, that kept it from bouncing so much.
Posted June 10, 2007 at 9:53 PM
From Vil ClancyBe very careful with the Flashpass! My brother actually LOST his on KingdaKa this past week and had to go pay for another one! Even though they could see it still operating on their computer on the grass under Kingda Ka. At least it didn't break. They wouldn't let him retrieve it due to safety reasons and said they will credit his account when one of the employees goes to search for it after the park closes. Use the belt clip, do not stick it in your pocket.
Posted July 30, 2007 at 7:46 AM
From Jenna Van de WaterWell the first ride we went on was superman. I stuck it in my pocket and had the clip on, but it ended up coming out and dangling, thankfully NOT falling. Just put the clip on and stick it in your pants and you'll be fine. I did that with a skirt on. I don't know how you lose it on Kingda Ka unless your very uncareful, because out of all the rides my flash pass was most secure on that one because of the sitting position and closed sides, haha.
Posted October 6, 2007 at 7:04 PM
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