There are three different ways to blow a gazillion bubbles thanks to new handheld bubble blowers from Funrise. The Megabubble Blaster is all about giant bubbles, while the Mini Hurricane combines a bubble machine and blaster in one. And Turbo Bubbles is hand powered - no batteries required. Each is sold separately.
The Megabubble Blaster includes a four-ounce bottle of bubble solution. The bottle screws onto the blaster, and kids simply turn it on and press the trigger to send giant bubbles flying.
The Mini Hurricane includes a four-ounce bottle of bubble solution that gets poured into the reservoir on the front of the bubble blower. Turn it on and watch the bubbles fly.
And Turbo Bubbles comes with a four-ounce bottle of bubble solution that screws onto the bottom of the bubble blower. Turn the handle to start blowing the bubbles.
These bubble blowers give you options for how you want to blow bubbles and what type of bubbles you want. Big bubbles? Choose the Megabubble. Want a lot of small bubbles at once? Try the Mini Hurricane. Don't want to mess with batteries? Turbo Bubbles will keep working as long as you have bubble solution and the arm strength to keep turning the handle. All three of these make it easy for kids to blow bubbles.
These bubble blowers are for ages 3 and up.
The Megabubble Blaster retails for $9.99 and requires three AA batteries, not included.
The Mini Hurricane retails for $5.99 and requires three AAA batteries, not included.
Turbo Bubbles retails for $4.99 and does not require any batteries.
3 AA & 3 AAA batteries required
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