Super Miracle Bubbles Glow Fusion Review (Imperial Toy)

What It Is

Super Miracle Bubbles Glow Fusion bubble solution glows in the dark. Open the bottle, which contains 3.5 ounces of solution, and pour in the activators A and B. Stir it up and in a few moments you'll see the solution start to glow. Take it outside and you're ready to play. (The bottle comes with a bubble wand.) What you'll see mostly is that the bottle of solution is glowing. The bubbles themselves do glow faintly but it needs to be really dark for you to see that. When the bubbles break on the ground, you may also see a faint trace of solution.

In addition to the basic bubble solution, which retails for about $4.99, there are other sets that use the Glow Fusion bubble solution. The Hi-Beam Illuminator is a motorized bubble blower that retails for about $14.99. The Hi-Beam Sabre is a battery-operated bubble wand that retails for about $9.99.

Is It Fun?

Super Miracle Bubbles Glow Fusion is a bright, new innovation in classic play. While it's disappointing that the bubbles themselves don't light up in the dark very well, kids will like watching the solution glow in the bottle and being able to blow bubbles outside at night.

Who It’s For

Super Miracle Bubbles Glow Fusion is for ages 5 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

The Hi-Beam Illuminator takes four AAA batteries, which are not included, and the Hi-Beam Sabre takes three button cell batteries that are included.

Like all bubble toys, this is designed for outdoor play, and parental supervision is recommended, particularly if children are outside playing after dark.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    4 AAA & 3 Cell batteries required