SuperZings - Rivals Of Kaboom - Review & Competition



One big perk when it comes to blogging is being able to review things that you know your child will go crazy for, usually as soon as they've been released. With Noah's love of superheros, collectables and blind bags I was very excited when I heard about SuperZings and agreed to review them right away.

SuperZings are the newest collectable on the scene, released just earlier this month. They are little collectables based on everyday objects, such as paintbrushes and wool through to popcorn and carrots, but with a twist! They are superhero themed! A hero vs villain theme runs through the collection and each figure looks the part in super cool superhero capes and eye masks. 
There are over 80 SuperZings to collect. There's 36 regular characters available in two different colour varieties, 6 silver/uncommon, 2 gold/rare and 1 enigma/super rare to discover!


We were sent a big box of SuperZings goodies to review. Included was 10x Blind bags, 5x Hideouts, 3x Supercars, 1x Starter Pack and 1x Blister Pack and Noah couldn't wait to start opening them! He went straight for the blind bags and managed to open them himself, which he was so happy about.

We're no strangers when it comes to collectables, so it's great to see that SuperZings have come up with a refreshing new concept with the matching rival element. For example we opened up the hero Super Soft (who's a pillow, yay for sleep!) and his rival is Ding Ring (who's an alarm clock, booo!) This made unwrapping not only fun for Noah but fun for me too as I was laughing at the rivals and the ideas they'd come up with! 


In the first handful of blind bags we discovered; Tangle Boy, Ring Ding, Brush Lee and Great Ter! I have to say my favourite is Tangle Boy! He's part of the Cool Troop and is so cool. Noah favoured the "bad guys" so the Mad Clan group of villains were causing chaos around Kaboom City!

The Hideout and Supercar sets are also great additions to the range as they bring another element to play. Noah uses the cars for chasing other SuperZings and makes secret dens with the hideouts. He's been having so much fun with them since they arrived. I think we may have a new obsession on our hands!


Similar to Zomlings, SuperZings are pocket money friendly and are great for a treat without having to break the bank. Blind bags are just 80p each, Hideouts are £1.50, Supercars £2.50 each, a Starter pack is £5.00 and the Blister Pack costs £7.00. There's also the Kaboom Trap with two exclusive SuperZings which retails at £5.00 and a Mission Pack for £12.00. Those prices are fantastic when you think about the prices of competitors that are on the market.

SuperZings are aimed at children from age 4+ and are available at The Entertainer, Asda, Tesco, Co-Op, Spar and many more. To find out more visit their website and don't forget to follow them on twitter @magicboxtoysuk. To celebrate the launch of SuperZings I'm giving away a SuperZings Stater Pack to one lucky winner! To enter simply use the Gleam form below. Good luck and don't forget to enter my other blog competitions!

SuperZings Collectable Toys Starter Pack

Terms & Conditions.         
1. There will be 1 winner who will the prize mentioned above.
2. Prize sent directly by myself. 
3. Competition ends 20/02/18.
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.
 

81 comments:

  1. I'd turn the salt pot into a villian and the pepper pot into a hero!

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  2. i would turn my washing machine into a superhero, one that picks up all the dirty washing round the house :)))))))

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  3. A toilet brush eco friendly cleaning superhero; who is always flushed with his success!

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  4. I would turn a vacuum cleaner into a superhero

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  5. Our wood burning stove into a villain

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  6. I'd turn the kettle into a villain.

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  7. The Fridge of Justice

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  8. I'd turn a parking meter into a villain!

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  9. I would turn the Iron into a villain!

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  10. I would turn the ironing board into a villain with his sidekick the iron

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  11. I would be a hero. I like to help people lol x

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  12. We are all superhero’s we’re parents ❤️

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  13. would turn a fridge into a villain

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  14. Iron board which flies, a villain of course!

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  15. I'd turn a vacuum cleaner into a hero that sucked up villains

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  16. The Smoothie Maker - it's blades could make it an awesome bad guy!

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  17. I would turn my iron into a villain as I often dislike it anyway.

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  18. i would turn my dishwasher into a villain as everyone else in the house is scared off it

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  19. A hero because I'm a Villain at home when I ask the kids to tidy their rooms.

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  20. I'd turn the fridge into a Villain so I wouldn't want to go near it!

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  21. My teapot into a hero, after drinking tea all baddies lose their evil

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  22. I would turn a remote control into a hero, it magically finds the program my son is failing to describe! x

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  23. A cheese grater villain because they look dangerous!

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  24. I would turn our doormat into a villan that would eat any junk mail delivery people.

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  25. The liquidizer would make a great villain as would spoons who would stir up trouble

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  26. I'd turn the coffee-maker into a hero because it's my morning wake-up machine lol!!

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  27. I would turn the washing machine into my hero

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  28. I'd thank the fridge for keeping the booze nice and cold.

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  29. I would turn the huge family size chocolate bar into my hero!!

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  30. I would turn the TV into a villain!

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  31. I would turn a toothbrush into a superhero

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  33. an iron that could do my big ironing pile that would be a fab hero to me ;)

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  34. My iron is evil already so is definitely a villain!

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  35. I would turn my hand held Dyson into a Hero.

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  36. i would turn our sofa into a hero

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  37. They look like lots of fun, Megan loves collecting shopkins xxx

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  38. I wouold turn the iron into a hero, especially if it cracked on and did the ironing by itself, that would definitely be my kind of hero

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  39. a microwave hero! I'd not heard of these before but i reckon my kids would love them.

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  40. I'd turn the tv into a baddie, hypnotising children into slavery

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  41. I would turn the coffee maker into a hero.

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  42. Dean T (ribbons1978)18 February 2018 at 02:07

    I would turn the tumble dryer into a villain , so noisy sometimes it gives me a headache

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  43. I would turn the microwave into a hero so it could zap all of the villians

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  44. I would turn a Wardrobe into a hero...it would swallow up the villian :-)

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  45. I'd turn my iron into a hero who obliterated my ironing mountain every night while I sleep!

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  46. I would turn my bin into a villain - It keeps swallowing everything

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  47. the dishwasher is my hero, I need to get it a cape

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  48. I'd turn the remote control into a hero that could control baddies by pausing them, muting them etc.

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  49. I'd turn my cup of tea into superwoman!

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  50. i'd turn the fridge into a villian then i wouldn't want to keep opening it to eat things x

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  51. I'd turn the bathtub into a superhero, and dunk the villains in it to clean them up as punishment

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  52. my iron into a super hero, that does all the ironing

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  53. I would turn the Iron into the villain!

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  54. I would turn the hand blender into a villain. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  55. I would turn the kettle in to a superhero.

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  56. I'd have a robot hero that does the ironing

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  57. a kettle so it could make me a cuppa when im busy

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  58. The fridge into a bad guy with teeth 😂

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  59. My Daughter would make her pencil into a villain called Lead Boy!!

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  60. id turn a hoover into someone that hoovers people up and eats their souls

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  61. The TV remote into a villain so my boys would stop hiding it, fighting over it and randomly changing the channel!

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  62. I'd turn the kettle into a hero, that little guy works hard in our house.

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