Across all sectors and budgets JNC Sales are providing the highest quality products, with new kiddie rides and pushers from leading manufacturers among the best and brightest at the stand.
JNC are excited to reveal their latest new products, along with a selection of used machines that have been fully workshopped and continue to demonstrate JNC’s ability to cater for all budgets. New for 2017 are the Krazy Karz kiddie rides, made by the same team who wowed the industry with the Go Go Pony, the Scooby Doo pusher range from Harry Levy (available as a straight, round and wall pusher), the Rescue Firefighter redemption whacker and the Happy Bus kiddie ride from Tecway. JNC will also be showing off their new range of cranes at the show, so make you visit our stand to grab a fantastic machine or two!
With over thirty years of experience, JNC are a leading supplier and exporter of new and used amusement machines. With over 2,000 machines in stock, products range from pushers, air hockey tables, video games, change machines, kiddie rides, redemption and fruit machines. By offering workshopped machines at the lowest possible prices with a professional sales service and dedicated aftersales support, JNC help customers around the world with individual solutions. With a global reach from our Bristol warehouse, we are able to help develop the latest product lines along with a wide offering of some of the industry’s best-known machines.
JNC have worked with Harry Levy to develop the Scooby Doo pusher range, which comes on the back of the successful Justice League of America pushers. Following customer feedback and on-site testing, these new pushers have centre lose holes for additional revenue, illuminated pay-out trays for improved player attraction and the latest Deltronic ticket dispensers for improved reliability. We also expect to see a continuation of advances in the redemption market as more and more of our customers make the transition to ticket redemption. The Rescue Firefighter whacker, which was initially released as a single player redemption machine, now excels as a two-player whacker as it encourages children to race against each other as they try to get their fireman to the top of the ladder. We also expect our new three-player roller-ball machine, Emergency Rescue, to take the market by storm on the back of a year’s testing and in-house development – this updated take on an old family favourite is not be missed.