Flush Force Collectibles Unboxing and Review

Collect-a-Bowl

Eliza is obsessed with her collectible toys.

She dabbled with Shopkins, collected Pinypons for a while and now its all about Glimmies and Hatchimals CollEGGtibles.

Isaac and Sebby often moan that are no collectibles relevant to boys and feel they are missing out, but new Flush Force Collectibles have just been released and we are some of the first to meet them.

Toxic sludge has mutated everything in the sewer! Now Flush Force is coming up your toilets to attack – it’s up to you to collect them all and flush them back!!

Anyone with little (and not so little) boys, knows that toilet humour is a big part of their lives and Flush Force Collectibles have cool flush-to-reveal technology which reveals hilarious and disgusting filthy friends inside.

Fill the toilet’s tank with water and shake, shake, shake. If the water changes colour, you have revealed a rare or super rare character.

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Admittedly, things did get a little damp, so it is wise to keep some kitchen towel to hand to mop up any spillages, but the boys (and Eliza) love these new collectibles.

There are a number of different packs to collect, with the pocket-money priced Number 2 Pack, containing a duo of gross-out Flushies, waiting to escape, costing £2.99, the Filthy Five Pack at £5.99, the Bizarre Bathroom 8 Pack from £10.99 and the Collect-A-Bowl at £14.99.

Collect-a-Bowl

When opening the kids were hoping for some rare ones and they got their wish. If the water turns green, you have a rare Clogger and if it turns purple, you have a super rare Unflushable.

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Each Flushy belongs to its own group and has a special finish – will you get a Squirmin Vermin, colour changing Grimy Grubs or unflushable Putrid Parts!

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It is safe to say that the kids love them and there has been much toilet humour since they arrived, but some of their names run a little close to the line, so if you are easily offended they are probably not for you.

Flush Force Collectibles are available to buy now from all good toy shops.

To be in with the chance of winning your very own Flush Force Collectibles, Spin Master are hosting a twitter party on Friday 9th February from 6-7pm. Make sure you are following @spinmasteruk and use the hashtag #FlushForceFriday

Disclaimer: I was sent Flush Force Collectibles to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

10 thoughts on “Flush Force Collectibles Unboxing and Review

  1. Kira says:

    The girls love these! I actually think there quite cute! – weird I know ha!

  2. This actually sounds amazing!! Love that the rare ones change the colour of the water and they’re perfectly priced for pocket money. My foster brothers would LOVE these!

  3. Katy Stevens says:

    I love the colour changing part. What a fun toy!

  4. ohh I am feeling so old. I am no longer aware of this kind of collectibles. Haha! I have to ask my little cousins if they know this, well I guess for sure.

  5. Clare says:

    Kids seem to love toys like this, I know mine would!

  6. My little girl loves collectable toys too, It is good that they have this aimed more at boys now. I think my son will like these x

  7. My kids would love these toys. They have loads like these and they are so into them.

  8. Oh these look great fun… and weirdly cute too! We love Zomblings and the Lego blind bags. x

  9. Sonia Cave says:

    Ah these look great for the boys, although mine are really into shopkins due to their sister collecting them so they have started their own collection now!!

  10. This look great fun, I can definitely see them being the next big hit at school!

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