Mini Frog Bubble Machine @ Tesco reduced from £5 to £3.50 (free click and collect)
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Mini Frog Bubble Machine @ Tesco reduced from £5 to £3.50 (free click and collect)

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Found 20th Jun 2014
A fun and colourful little green friend, this Tesco mini frog bubble machine uses 8 rotating wands to provide continuous bubble blowing fun. Bubble solution not included.

Requires 4x AA batteries.

I bought this a couple of months ago for £5 and it's been brilliant! My daughter loves it! It's smaller than some machines on the market, so needs refilling after a few minutes, but it's great value for the price.
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Awesome!
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These are great!
thank you just bought one, am tired of the bubble gun
Any discount codes?
Thank u
w00p! just ordered one. Never gonna spend £15 on a bubble machine but this will last him the summer.
Just ordered. Thanks
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Heat. Frog + bubbles = trippy fun.
Yay, one for the nephew
Ordered That's the kids happy now
I bought this when it was £5. It's a good little bubble machine but the bit where you pour the bubble solution is only quite shallow so it doesn't take much and needs refilling every couple of minutes. Still, worth the money and okay if your kids are old enough to refill it themselves!
awesome, ordering for summer party, expect guests to slip on bubble mixture, or have fun, either will make good entertainment
Is this the same one that mothercare are offering for half price at £6 with any purchase???
This is fab - bought one a few weeks ago!!
+ £1 for a pack of batteries. It takes 4 AA's!!
Nice one, bought it
Out of stock
Bought one and they cancelled it and refunded my money. On ringing up about it, they said they'd been taken off shelves - yet again some worthless parent has no doubt left a toddler tp play with the bloody thing by his/herself and some problem happens because of it, and immediately blame everyone but themselves.
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PhilK

Bought one and they cancelled it and refunded my money. On ringing up … Bought one and they cancelled it and refunded my money. On ringing up about it, they said they'd been taken off shelves - yet again some worthless parent has no doubt left a toddler tp play with the bloody thing by his/herself and some problem happens because of it, and immediately blame everyone but themselves.



That's odd! They're still on the Tesco Direct website!
Happysh0pper

That's odd! They're still on the Tesco Direct website!


Strange.....
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