Star Wars Grogu Bubble Machine Review
To start, you’ll need 3 AA batteries, which are not included. Install these before doing anything else. What is included, however, is a 4 fluid ounce bottle of Fubbles Bubble Solution, so minus the batteries, you can get started right out of the box. Simply open the secure reservoir cap at the base of the blanket, and carefully pour in the bubble solution. Take care not to accidentally overfill. Next, find your bubble blowing location, ideally, outside. Lastly, switch on the bubble blower with the button on top and watch it go! The stream of bubbles goes a decent distance, at least 3 feet, and has a pretty good spread. To get the most area covered, we recommend placing it on a safe, elevated surface, but the nozzle is angled upward to make sure the bubbles stay airborne even when placed on the ground. While running, it makes a little bit of noise, but it’s not too bad.
As for looks, this bubble blower does a nice job of portraying a stylized version of Grogu. The cartoonish and simplified look is charming, and is sure to resonate with kiddos. The manufacturer recommends you clean after each use by emptying excess bubble fluid, and running the machine with slightly warm water instead, until bubbles no longer appear.