Puchi Puchi Bubblewrap simulator keychain £1 in poundland RRP £7.95 & £5 in play sale!!! - HotUKDeals
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Seriously addictive toy, these are little toys that recreate the feeling/sound of popping bubble wrap! Not sure what the official name/make is but they had all colours etc in poundland cheapest on firebox is £7.95 so a real cheap bargain, even ebay sell for £5.99 there was loads available in poundland erdington birmingham in the kids toy section.
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#1
getting colder not sure y? can anyone find a better deal????
#2
Ohhhh! not bad
banned#3
£5 in play sale (or £2.99 normally!) :-D
#4
lol....OR £1 at poundland
banned#5
And if you want a free alternative, try using bubble wrap. This can often be found near bins at the back of shops.
#6
how much does it cost you to travel to these shops every time you get the urge? lol
#7
It's a great deal! :)
#8
thankyou, im sure these will be flying off the shelves at this price, they even make a special bonus sound every 60 clicks lol
#9
Aww poundland is miles away from me! My Mum would have loved one of these!
#10
i would suggest sending you one but then it defies the cheapness lol
#11
Cheaper than www.play.com

http://images.play.com/covers/5429507m.jpg

Check out the reviews on this Puchi Puchi Bubblewrap Keychain: http://www.play.com/Gadgets/Gadgets/4-/5429507/Bubblewrap-Keychain/ProductReviews.html
#12
mixed reviews at a fiver but the batteries must be worth £1 lol
#13
#14
Heh, neat idea for a keychain :)

Pretty sure I'd prefer actual bubble wrap, though. Not that I'd actively go out looking for either - it's just fun to pop when you happen to come by some :D
#15
i bought one from b&m for £1.99 for brother in laws birthday joke pressie as he loves when i save him my bubblewrap but everyone who tried it was disappointed as its too quiet and doesnt have the same satisfaction that you get from bubblewrap. tesco sell (or used to) cheap bubblewrap for £1 that might not last as long but is more fun and would have been more appreciated
corinne
#16
rosalie
i bought one from b&m for £1.99 for brother in laws birthday joke pressie as he loves when i save him my bubblewrap but everyone who tried it was disappointed as its too quiet and doesnt have the same satisfaction that you get from bubblewrap. tesco sell (or used to) cheap bubblewrap for £1 that might not last as long but is more fun and would have been more appreciated
corinne


thats exactly what most of users on play.com are saying, i guess it is true then.
#17
Packing a little understated...couldn't they use bubblewrap?
#18
Don't suppose anyone near a store could get me 2, for birthday presents coming up, and post them? Happy to paypal the money once sent.
#19
haha what a weird gadget
banned#20
Cool gadget and a good deal for that price
I just wish I had the time to pop down to poundland :)
#21
Never thought I'll actually make a trip to shopping centre just to go poundland! As snobby as this sounds I always thought it was just complete junk in there and was never gonna be my cup of tea but after this deal I'm gonna see poundland in much better way! Heat added! :)
#22
mabccc
And if you want a free alternative, try using bubble wrap. This can often be found near bins at the back of shops.


Do you frequent bins at the back of shops very often? I think I'd find it a bit embarrassing! :whistling:
#23
DredS
Cool gadget and a good deal for that price
I just wish I had the time to pop down to poundland :)


"POP down to Poundlands"? **groan** here we go with the puns! lol :roll:
#24
Once upon a time, (when I was but a spotty teenager), during my lunch break, I flicked through a book. I can't remember the title but the story, in a nut shell, was that we wiped ourselves out with nuclear weapons and then aliens landed.

The part that caught my attention was the description of the aliensd standing around a cine film player, watching Mickey Mouse trying to escape that whirling circular saw and trying to decipher the hidden meaning.

I do hope, when the aliens stand upon our blasted and blackened planet, that they do not find one of these bubble wrap popper key chain thingies! :oops:

Heat added.:thumbsup:
#25
Mecoconuts

It's £1, not £5.
#26
i'll give it a go
banned#27
Gitfinger
Do you frequent bins at the back of shops very often? I think I'd find it a bit embarrassing! :whistling:


Yeah, I get loads of top quality free packaging from shops bins. Ideal for use when selling on eBay.

I also get free pallets, for use in my wood burning stove.
#28
I wonder if you get this packaged with bubble-wrap?
#29
dink;2874526
Once upon a time, (when I was but a spotty teenager), during my lunch break, I flicked through a book. I can't remember the title but the story, in a nut shell, was that we wiped ourselves out with nuclear weapons and then aliens landed.

The part that caught my attention was the description of the aliensd standing around a cine film player, watching Mickey Mouse trying to escape that whirling circular saw and trying to decipher the hidden meaning.

I do hope, when the aliens stand upon our blasted and blackened planet, that they do not find one of these bubble wrap popper key chain thingies! :oops:

Heat added.:thumbsup:

Where do you think bubble wrap came from dude? They found it at Roswell!
#30
Mdamz
Never thought I'll actually make a trip to shopping centre just to go poundland! As snobby as this sounds I always thought it was just complete junk in there and was never gonna be my cup of tea but after this deal I'm gonna see poundland in much better way! Heat added! :)


NEVER FEAR! Poundland lives up to being ****! Rushed in this lunch to buy a few of these as stocking fillers... Firstly it looks nothing like the one found on Play.com and doesn't really look too much like bubble wrap at all!. Secondly the 'Pops' are so quite it's practically polite (yes I checked one with a new battery). Thirdly... well it's made from more than 3 components which means 'DON'T BUY IT FROM POUNDLAND - IT'LL EXPLODE!!'
http://i9.ebayimg.com/07/i/001/02/23/7c15_1.JPG
#31
i really think people are asking their hard earned £1 to go too far.
#32
deal-hunter
NEVER FEAR! Poundland lives up to being ****! Rushed in this lunch to buy a few of these as stocking fillers... Firstly it looks nothing like the one found on Play.com and doesn't really look too much like bubble wrap at all!. Secondly the 'Pops' are so quite it's practically polite (yes I checked one with a new battery). Thirdly... well it's made from more than 3 components which means 'DON'T BUY IT FROM POUNDLAND - IT'LL EXPLODE!!'
http://i9.ebayimg.com/07/i/001/02/23/7c15_1.JPG

Got one this afternoon what a load of C###!! and Also i got it from the 99pence stores we have in Liverpool not Poundland OP had me running round Poundland, asking staff who were looking at me funny:oops:

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