Flush Force Collectibles | Review #theflushforce

Flush Force

These Flush Force collectibles were sent for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

I’ve mentioned before just how much Jack loves collectible toys – I’ve lost count of how many different collections he has now – and he has been interested by Flush Force for quite some time. When offered the chance to review them, I knew he’d love to. Aimed at boys between the ages of 4 and 10, these toys are gross – and just what boys like!

We had some fun with some toilet humour – Jack loves jokes so we traded some toilet jokes like ‘What do you get if you cross a bear with a toilet? Winnie The Pooh‘! Jack loves gross and messy things so toilet humour (obviously kid suitable!) always goes down well with him.

Flush Force

There are over 150 characters to collect from the ‘grossest gang around’ – these include the rare and super rare Flushies. There is even a free app to explore Flushville where you can play games. All you need to do with your toilet is fil the tank with water and shake – if the water changes colour, you’ve revealed one of the rare or super rare characters.

We have been sent four different items from the range. First of all, there is the Bizarre Bathroom 8 Pack. There are two clogged toilets with a bunch of icky surprises. All you need to do is fill the toilets tank with water and shake. Should the water turn green, you have a rare Clogger. If you get purple water, then you have a super rare Unflushable.

With an RRP of £10.99, you could get a Flushy with a special finish – each one belongs to its own group. Who knows what you could get? Unfortunately we didn’t get a rare Clogger or Super Rare Unflushable but that’s what happens with collectibles – you never quite know exactly what you are going to get and the surprise is all part of the fun!

Next up was the Flush Force Collect-A-Bowl. With an RRP of £14.99, this comes with four exclusive Foul Floater Flushies. This bowl can store up to FIFTY Flushies. Jack has decided to use it for storage as you can see below, storing all the Flushies he has collected so far…

Jack loved the Collect-A-Bowl as it not only looks gross but sounds gross too – if you press the handle, you’ll hear the toilet flush and some hilarious fart noises which made Jack chuckle lots!

Next up was the Flush Force Filthy 5 Pack – if you fill the toilets tank with water and shake, you’ll again find out whether you have a Flushy, a rare Clogger or a super rare Unflushable. This has an RRP of £5.99 which is super affordable! We received some fab Flushys – with some rather amusing names!

It is always a surprise to see who is lurking inside the bowl – you never know what is going to crawl up the bowl to surprise you.

Finally we received the Flush Force Number 2 Pack. With an RRP of £2.99, these are the most ‘pocket money’ priced item from the range. Again you could find a Flushy, Clogger or an Unflushable – all by filling the tank with water. 

We received such a mix of characters – Jack is chuffed with them and can’t wait to collect even more! He has also been having lots of fun on the free Flush Force app. You can explore Flushville, play games and even subscribe to the YouTube channel for more videos – Jack loves YouTube so is very interested in the channel.

Whilst kids will always be into gross things and I do encourage some messy play, it is important to remember that toilets themselves are breeding grounds for all sorts of bugs. It is so important that we wash our hands after touching unhygienic stuff such as the toilet or similar as we want to stay happy, healthy and safe – keeping those bugs and germs, much like those Flushies, away!

You can find out more about the Flush Force here. The range is available to buy at Smyths, TRU, Argos, The Entertainer, Tesco, ASDA, Sainsburys, Toymaster and some independent retailers. Will you pick up a rare or a super rare collectible?

Head over to the Twitter party tonight where you have the opportunity to learn a bit more about the toys and win some for yourself. Follow @spinmasteruk and join in the chat with #FlushForceFriday between 6-7pm! Good luck!

One thought on “Flush Force Collectibles | Review #theflushforce

  1. This looks amazing! the only toys I remember interacting with when I was little were Bratz dolls and Pokemon Cards! This looks super fun! haha

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