Claw machines might be based on luck more than skills, but players and enthusiasts still enjoy playing on them. Go to any indoor amusement park or festival, and you’re bound to find a claw machine with people queuing for their turn on the machine.
If you’re a fan of these claw machines or are just looking for a giant claw machine for sale, then you are at the right place. In this article we look at some of the most incredible claw machines and the winnings that some people have enjoyed through them.
1. Winning at Dave and Busters
There is nothing more amazing than winning something special on a giant claw machine. This YouTuber films their experience with a giant claw machine at Dave and Buster’s
2. Winning PS5
3. Huge Claw Machine
Claw machines do not get biggeror better than this. Imagine hitting gold and winning this amazing set of stuffed toys. The YouTuber is happy, as are we for their win.
4. Winning at a Claw Machine
5. New X-TREME Claw Machine
6. Decent Claw Machine Win
This YouTuber went to the Arcade and won a good gift from the giant claw machine there. The winnings are admirable and the machine itself is a beauty.
7. Claw Machine in the UK
Turns out that claw machines are famous pretty much all over the globe. This video from the Arcade in England shows a YouTuber pocketing a massive jackpot from the claw machine.
8. Going Inside a Claw Machine
Whatever you do, never try to sneak inside a claw machine. But that doesn’t stop us from watching this YouTuber as they sneak inside and capture some clicks in this claw machine.
9. Unbelievably Big Claw Machine
This claw machine is unbelievably big – definitely one of the biggest you’d see around. The fun part is that the claw machine is easy to win on.
10. Giant Claw Machine Fail
Experiences in claw machines end in failure more often than not, and this was the case with this YouTuber. Unable to pocket the Xbox they wanted; the YouTuber had to walk home dejected.
We hope you loved our collection of giant claw machines and have also learnt a few tricks on how not to lose on these machines.
I’m a degreed ME (mechanical engineer) who is passionate about machines of all kinds. I created MachineWonders.com as a way to connect with others who love machines like me – or need help choosing one for their needs, application, or situation.