Unless you "click it into" the fully extended position, there is nothing to hold it up. So this should happen on almost all sonics. My sonic which came on the tighter end of the spectrum does this. If you want it vertical and extended, push it all the way up until it clicks into position. Otherwise, let it be retracted when vertical.Are any of yours loose enough that when holding the sonic upright (vertically), extending it without clicking it into the fully extended position (which would hold it in place), and then letting go of the slider/button, it just slides back down to being retracted on its own? Is this the way it should be or does this seem too loose? Are many other people heres sonics tighter than that?
I got mine from Think Geek with no issues. If you order it now, you'll likely get it by Thursday, and they offer free shipping on orders over $75.Where is the best place to pick one of these up?
They probably added that when they were having a 'Buy one, Get One 1/2 off' sale last week.I got mine from Think Geek with no issues. If you order it now, you'll likely get it by Thursday, and they offer free shipping on orders over $75.
ThinkGeek :: Exclusive 10th Doctor Sonic Screwdriver Programmable TV Remote
Limit 1 per customer...I don't think that was there when I got both of mine...
I'm not going to lie, when I saw that ad, my immediate thought was to buy two, sell both on eBay for face value, and since I already got my sonic for 25% off, end up paying $25, in essence, for my sonic...but then I saw the limitations on the number of sonics I could buy, AND realized I'm really lazy, so I went back to playing with my sonic and didn't think anything else about it. :lolThey probably added that when they were having a 'Buy one, Get One 1/2 off' sale last week.