ELC Bubble Machine Reviews
Product Type: ELC Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: ELC / Type: Water Toys / Age: 3 Years+ / Chase streams of lovely bubbles!
Newest Review: ... side and blue bubble wands so isn't too girlie. Unfortunately it doesn't come with batteries supplied although it does have ... more
Customer ELC Bubble Machine Reviews (13)
by - written on 18/03/11 (Very useful, 207 readings)
My son visited the Early learning Centre in search of a birthday gift for him. I asked her what her budget was prior to entering the store as the sky seems to be the limit and wanted to steer my son away from anything that was more than she wanted to spend. We walked through the door and immediately in front to of us was a large display of bubble machines. My son instantly wanted one. We walked round the store but from the moment he set eyes on it was the birthday present of his dreams. When it was bought it came with an offer of a free bottle of bubble mixture. The bubble machine is available in both blue and pink which seems to be more and more prevalent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
My daughter started to enjoy bubbles when she was about 10 months old. Every time she saw the bubble pots in the kitchen, she would reach out for them saying 'that, that' until I started blowing them for her. At her friends' first birthday party they used a bubble machine and I thought it was a great idea to keep her occupied. We saw one in the sale after the summer so got it to put away for her Christmas present. She was given this when she was 17 months old. ---The range: Early Learning Centre are a leading company in baby and children's toys. I have found most of their toys to be of a good quality although often a little pricey and expected this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
My little girl is absolutely bubbles crazy!! The amount of little pots of bubbles I have bought is quite unbelieveable, and though she does manage to blow them herself, she much prefers to have me blow them for her (naturally) and for her to dance in the middle of them before popping them. However recently I have been quite ill and have had problems with my breathing so have been unable to blow bubbles for her which was upsetting for both of us. A quick solution was to get my mum to do it but I really wanted something else. On a trip to my nearest Early Learning Centre there was a bubble machine by the entrance blowing bubbles to the entering customers - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/09 (Very useful, 1577 readings)
We have had out bubble machine for about 3 years now and I have always thought it was a very good product until the place I work bought a much cheaper bubble machine (see my other review) Compare the two I can see the downfalls of our bubble machine that was very expensive when we bought it. Firstly, we bought our bubble machine about 3 years ago from the ELC (early learning centre) it cost us £25.00, which was about right for the product at the time. It came with a big £5 bottle of bubble mixture free. The bubble machine we bought is orange, blue, and purple and green they are now for sale in girly pink and boy's blue! The bubble machine has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Isn't there something just magically about bubbles? I have to confess even as an adult I still like to see bubbles. It will come as no surprise therefore when I tell you when I saw this bubble machine on half price sale just before my son's birthday I had to get it. Appearance Not wanting to bow to gender stereotypes I got this in pink. Well that and the fact that there were only pink ones in the sale! The base is pale pink which matching handle and the upper part is bright pink. It has blue dots along the side and blue bubble wands so isn't too girlie. Unfortunately it doesn't come with batteries supplied although it does have the bubble solution. It ... Read the complete review
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