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There are just some things that never get old for kids. My nine year old still hauls out her fashion dolls. She still loves to colour. And she definitely still loves bubbles. And I don’t blame her! They really are fun. And even pretty to just watch. We’ve had several bubble machines over the years and they have always been a hit. After the last one finally stopped working a couple of years ago I didn’t replace it. I thought maybe Molly was getting a little too old to invest in another one and we could just pull out the bubble wands if we felt like it. But when we had the opportunity to review the new Gazillion Bubble Rush she was really excited! I think we both forgot just how much fun it is to watch a flood of bubbles fill up the backyard and run around trying to pop them all!
The Bubble Rush was really simple to set up. We just had to put in batteries (it requires 6 AA batteries), stack the pieces together and put in the Gazillion bubble solution. As soon as we turned it on were were surrounded by bubbles!
The Gazillion Bubble Rush was an instant hit. And what I absolutely love about this machine is that you can actually recycle the bubble solution. That is a huge bonus. No more wasted solution! Once you are done playing, or you’ve emptied your bottle of bubble solution, you simply remove the top section where the excess solution has collected and pour it right back in the bottle to use again. And this machine is also super easy to take apart and clean to keep it running at its best.
Now you’re all ready to make more bubbles!
We’ve had so much fun playing the with Gazillion Bubble Rush and I told Molly we would bring it along next weekend when we go camping. I always love bringing fun things like that along not only for her but for the other kids in the campground to have fun with. It’s a great way to get kids to engage and play together!
Another new product in the Gazillion Bubbles line up is the Bubblecycle.
The Bubblecycle is a little too small for my nine year old but is loads of fun for the younger kids! If you’ve got kids there’s a good chance you’ve had the good old “lawn mower” bubble maker. This is a similar idea but way more fun! The Bubblecycle is way easier to push, is leak proof and it even has an extendable kick stand. How cool is that!
The BubbleCycle doesn’t require any batteries and, of course, comes with a bottle of Gazillion bubble solution. You can find it at Walmart, Toys “R” Us and Amazon.
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