Gazillion Bubbles Fun for everyone!

Dear Mummy,

I can’t wait to show you these brand new Gazillion Bubbles from Funrise Toys! They were sent to me to review and couldn’t have come at a better time. With the UK slowly easy it’s restrictions we have a summer of fun to enjoy in the garden and I can’t wait to invite friends and family over to play with these bubbles.

Bubbles are for everyone and always provide hours of enjoyment and entertainment. This week we have been preparing for sunnier days and getting the garden ready. So I capitalised on the sunshine and headed out to play with my new bubble machines (check out my video above).

We have had a few days of sun so it seems a good time to be getting our outdoor toys ready!

I was kindly sent Gazillion Bubbles Rollin’ Wave and Gazillion Bubbles Sky Bubbles and Gazillion Kid-in-a-Bubble to review.

Gazillion Bubbles Rollin’ Wave creates an instant wave of bubbles when you turn it on. Simply pour the mixture into the base and press the button to switch it on (and off again) and the bubbles are there almost immediately. The machine requires 3AA batteries that are not included.

The Rollin’ Wave machine comes with a 4oz. bottle of premium Gazillion Bubbles Solution which is great for getting started, but you will definitely need more very quickly. Bubble machines do use up a lot of bubble solution, but thankfully the Rollin’ Wave has been designed for minimal waste. Once you have finished using the machine you can use the spout to pour the unused mixture back in to the bottle, ready for the next time.

We were most impressed with Gazillion Sky Bubbles, mainly because it was like a two-in-one toy! It is designed to look a bit like a helicopter that you launch into the sky with a ripcord, leaving a stream of bubbles in its wake. The bubble solution (4oz bottle included) is poured into the spill proof base and the helicopter placed on top. One firm tug and it was off into the sky.

The Sky Bubbles is completely new to us and I haven’t seen a bubble toy like this before. It reminds me of the older flying saucer type toys but this one also incorporates bubbles. I loved the way it flew into the sky with the added bonus of a bubble flurry, it goes super high too!

Gazillion Bubbles Kid-in-a-bubble was great fun but a bit tricker especially with wind causing mischief. With Giant Gazillion Bubbles® Kid-In-A-Bubble, you can create a bubble so big that a kid can fit inside!

Simply fill the tray with Giant Gazillion Bubbles Solution, dip the giant wand into the tray, and gently raise upward to create a giant bubble! With easy assembly and easy cleanup, the bubble fun never ends! Each Kid-In-A-Bubble includes two 8oz. bottles of Giant Gazillion Bubbles Solution. Appropriate for ages 3 years and up.

Gazillion Bubbles Sky Bubbles and Rollin Wave are available from Argos at around £10 and you’ll find Gazillion Kid-in-A-Bubble on Amazon for £15. It’s great that all sets include bubble solution so they are ready out of the pack!

Bella x

Disclosure: We were kindly sent these Gazillion Bubbles to review all thoughts, photos and squeals of fun are our own.

10 thoughts on “Gazillion Bubbles Fun for everyone!

  1. Who does not like bubbles, young and old they are great fun. I am going to have to look into these for my grandkids as they will love these to play with

  2. I love the products here. My son really loves bubbles and I’ve been looking at bubble related toys to get him.

  3. You’re so right bubbles are fun for everyone, it’s good that you had some nice weather to enjoy them in x

  4. Wow, it really does look like a lot of fun. My kids absolutely adore bubbles so would definitely love playing with Gazillion Bubbles in the garden in the sunshine.

  5. OMG, I love bubbles, loved making them as a kid, and even now still love them, this gazillion bubbles sounds like fun.

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