Tuesday 27 February 2018

Cheatwell Squeeze Poppers review

Cheatwell Squeeze Poppers are bound to be a huge hit with teens and tweens because they take a well-known and well-loved concept - a ball shooter - and give it the added appeal of cute on-trend characters, including unicorns and the poo emoji.

Unsurprisingly, these were the ones that the Madhouse kids chose to review from the range - we received both a pink and a white unicorn, as well as a duo of poos (a poo-o?!).

Each Squeeze Popper comes with several balls (six for the unicorns and four for the poos - I think all the other animal ones come with six, but you might want to check) and they are very simple to load - you just push one into your creature's mouth (or the top of the poo) and you're ready to go.

As the name suggests, you just need to squeeze its squishy belly and the air propels the ball out, up to six metres with a bit of practice. It's such a simple concept but both Pierre and Juliette have been having great fun with them.

The balls are made of soft foam but the "play safe" instructions on the back of the pack advise you not to aim at people's heads or at animals. The harder you squeeze, the faster they come out, so young children (or older ones, if they are careful) shouldn't be able to do too much damage. They can be used inside or outside, as long as it's not windy.

Ages: 4+
RRP: £8.99
Stockists: Amazon, Wicked Uncle

Disclosure : We received the products in order to write an honest review.

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