Tesco Bubble Machine Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bubble machine
Newest Review: ... machine has a covered end and an open end where the bubbles come from and then a carry handle for moving it around, it is ... more
Customer Tesco Bubble Machine Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 154 readings)
For my sons first birthday I threw him a party and saw a portable bubble machine in Tesco that I thought would be perfect for the little ones. Last time I checked it was £8 (and it has possibly been discontinued now) but I'm sure when I brought it it was a few pounds more. The machine itself is about the size of a loaf of bread and needs six AA batteries which are secured with a screw -Annoying for parents with impatient children but it keeps everything safe so it's worth it. Plus it saves on having to plug it in, you can move it easily. The one I have is green, blue and yellow with a handle on the top so you can carry it easily. If I remember ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
=Tesco Bubble Machine== Because of us moving it means we are coming across a lot of stuff that I haven't seen for a while which must mean that Jack has far to many toys in his bedroom. This Tesco bubble machine was one of the items that was at the bottom of his toy box and was something that I remember buying a couple of years ago from my local Tesco stores. Having had a look on Tesco direct I can't see that they sell it any more but I seen to remember buying it for are £5 as it was on some sort of special offer at the time so maybe they were discontinuing it then. Jack loved bubbles when he was younger and to be honest he hasn't grown ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
When we were searching for a birthday present for our three year old nephew we were surprised at how little there was available in the way of outdoor toys/activities that were suitable for children in his age range. Whilst looking in our local Tesco we found this bubble machine, suitable for children aged 3 plus, for £9.99. This seemed to be pretty good value and we purchased the blue coloured machine for him (also available in pink). The machine actually looks very different to the picture above, which I assume is an older model. It is cone shaped, looking rather like some sort of torpedo and the front face is flat with lots of yellow bubble blowing wands. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/13 (Very useful, 26 readings)
When my eldest daughter was younger we were shopping in Tesco and it was the end of summer sale, we were lucky enough to come across this bubble machine was the small price of £5 so we thought we would buy it for a bit of fun. Tesco still sell a bubble machine but it's not this one anymore, their current one sells at £10 which is still a decent price in my opinion. The machine is made of yellow and red plastic and looks like some sort of projector if you ask me, the plastic is hard so it's pretty durable and we haven't had any pieces snap on it. The machine has a covered end and an open end where the bubbles come from and then a carry handle for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Knowing it was going to be a hot weekend, most of which we would be spending in the garden with the kids, when doing our weekly shop in Tesco's last week we had a quick look for something to keep the kids entertained in the garden and came across the Tesco Bubble Machine. After four days of hot weather this has had four days of use and the results have been impressive. The machine retails at £6.99 at present and is about 20cm long and 10 cm deep. Its thus a fair size but due to being light is very portable. It does need a shocking 6 AA batteries so lucky we had some in supply but these batteries have lasted all weekend and hopefully will last more! There is ... Read the complete review
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