Ah, but what to call the revolutionary new weapon? Blackburne has thought of affixing his own name to it, calling it "Robinsky's Racket," but he admits that would be ill-advised. If such a unique gimmick cannot earn attention on its own—surely a thought to be perished—it may need something more catchy. Already it has been suggested to Blackburne that he go more show biz, that he choose a crowd-appealing moniker like "Double-Trouble," for instance. Or "The Two-Face." Something like that.
Lastly, of course, there is always "Pling"—if Procter & Gamble hasn't arrived there first. After all, Robin Blackburne invented Pling, too.