One thing that I think every age loves is bubbles. There is just something so fun about bubbles and the more bubbles you can create, the better. 🙂
So we were pretty excited to put the Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon to the test.
Instantly create a storm of bubbles with the Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon! With no pump and no wait time, you’ll be creating a gazillion bubbles in a flash! This ultimate bubble machine blows a bubble storm in seconds! Simply attach the auto-feed valve cap to the solution bottle, insert the bottle into the spout, push the button, and watch in amazement as a Monsoon of bubbles blows into the sky! The Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon includes an 8 oz. bottle of non-toxic Gazillion Bubbles solution. 8 AA batteries required, not included. Appropriate for ages 3 years and up.
The Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon machine creates a storm of bubbles in an instant. All you have to do is fill the reservoir tray with bubble solution and turn the bottle upside down with the provided top so it keeps the reservoir full. Then turn on the button and the Monsoon of bubbles begins.
Here are a few things you need to know about the Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon:
*It takes 8 AA batteries. I would look into investing in rechargeable batteries with how many batteries the unit needs.
*You need to ensure that you tighten all six of the battery door screws well so no bubble solution makes its way into the battery area or the machine will no longer work.
*I recommend taking the batteries and solution out of the machine when not in use so it stays dry and no solution makes its way to the battery compartment.
*There is a drip tray under the unit that is removable, make sure to keep it emptied after use if you are leaving the batteries in there.
The Monsoon of bubbles is pretty awesome and I was surprised how long the container of bubble solution that the unit comes with actually lasted.
The Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon unit is extremely fun.
I tried to find the Monsoon unit on the Gazillion Bubbles website, but could only locate the Tornado. The difference between the Tornado and the Monsoon appears to be where the battery compartment is. On the Monsoon the battery compartment is on the bottom of the unit and runs the risk of solution making its way down there and into the compartment if not kept tightly secured. On the Tornado, they have moved the battery compartment to the side of the unit. I have not tested the Tornado so I am not sure if the compartment on the side is better than on the bottom as it is with the Monsoon.
Here is the Tornado in action…
My experience is when it comes to bubble machines, you just need to ensure that you keep the battery compartment tightly secured and dry in order to keep the machine working.
If you are looking for a Gazillion Bubbles Monsoon, you can find them at Toys R Us or Walmart. You can also find the Monsoon online at Amazon.ca and Amazon.com. The unit comes in a green & purple or Blue & green option.
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The Gazillion Bubbles product I am interested in testing out next is their new Bubble Pong.
Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo was provided product for the purpose of conducting this review.