2/09/2018

Flush Force Collectables - Review



We are crazy about collectables, so when a new range hits the market we are so excited to see what they're all about! Flush Force are the newest collectable on the scene and they are so gross, in a good way of course!

Toxic sludge has mutated everything in the sewers and changed them into strange little creatures! They are called the Flush Force and they are trying to escape the sewers by climbing up toilets! It's up to the kids to flush them back down again.

We were sent the Flush Force Number 2 Pack - £2.99, the Filthy Five Pack - £5.99, the Bizarre Bathroom 8 Pack - £10.99 and the Collect-A-Bowl - £14.99 for the purpose of this review. I was really impressed with the pricing on these toys as there's something for every budget or occasion, whether it be a little pocket money treat or a birthday present.



Flush Force are collectables with a difference as they feature flush to reveal technology, you simply fill up back of the toilet with water, pop on the lid and then give it a shake! You then open up the toilet to see what's lurking in the bowl. It's so exciting because it's always a surprise to see which characters you'll discover.


We decided to open the Number 2 Pack first which is the mini toilet pack, the Flush Forces version of a blind bag. A blind bag with a difference with the flush and reveal technology! I read the instructions and carefully filled the back of the toilet with some tap water. I then gave it to Noah and told him to shake it for a couple of seconds. He was so excited to do this and really enjoyed shaking it about. 

Once we'd peeled back the lid we saw that the toilet water had turned bright green, we'd found a rare Flushy! Noah fished the two characters out of the yucky green water and giggled whilst he did it, he found it hilarious that he had his fingers down a little toilet. This can get quite messy so I'd recommend putting a towel down.


We then opened up the Flush Force Filthy 5 Pack and the Bizarre Bathroom 8 Pack. Noah couldn't open them up quick enough! We discovered so many more crazy Flushies and was delighted to not get any dupes at all.

There are 150 Flushies to collect and each one has it's own group and a special finish. There's Squirmin Vermin, Gruesome Twosomes, Skuzzy Fuzzies, Grimy Grubs, Dump Divers, Mean Munchies, Putrid Parts, Mean Greens, Clean Freaks, Foul Floaters and Street Freaks. Each character is themed to it's group, they are so icky, 
intriguing and imaginative! 



Last but not least is the Flush Force Collect-A-Bowl, the perfect place to store and keep your Flushies. It holds 50+ different characters and I can't think of a better place to keep our new Flush Force collection. This set contains four exclusive Foul Floater Flushies and not only does the Collect-A-Bowl look gross but it sounds it too. Simply pull the toilets handle and it makes flushing and trumping sounds, which I think is Noah's favourite feature because you can't beat toilet humour when you are a kid!


Flush Force is aimed at children aged 4-10 years old and is available to buy from Smyths, Toys R Us, Argos, The Entertainer, Tesco, ASDA, Sainsbury's, Toymaster and other independent retailers.

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 for your chance to win prizes and to hear more about the range! There's also a FREE app available to download in which you can explore Flushville, play games and much more!
- We were sent these products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

8 comments:

  1. A range which would likely interest my nephew.

    Rachel Craig

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  2. Sounds like it would appeal to my son

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  3. So gross but so appealing to kids, especially boys lol

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  4. Noah seems delighted with his collection.

    Rachel Craig

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  5. These look very fun especially for my little one who loves this sort of stuff :D

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  6. They look like great fun, noah looks happy reviewing them. The smile on his face says it all, Megan enjoys collectable too, she's collecting shopkins, twozies, hatchimal mini figures, charm u's and loves the blind bag collections xxx

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  7. Toys, just what children enjoy.

    Rachel Craig

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