Flush Force Collectibles - Review #theflushforce

I have spoken so many times on the blog and over social media about how much my children, C and E, love collectible toys. The best part for them are opening blind bags and being surprised by which character is inside. Flush Force take this further and make it a bit more exciting. My son loves a bit of toilet humour so I knew they'd be right up his street.

"Toxic sludge has mutated everything in the sewer! Now the Flush Force is coming up your toilets to attack! It's up to you to collect them all and flush them back."



There are four products available in the range; Number 2 Pack (£2.99), Filthy Five Pack (£5.99), Bizarre Bathroom 8 Pack (£10.99), and The Collect-a-Bowl (£14.99) so there's something to suit every budget.


The toilets work in the same way as the blind bags that we've all come to know and love. You simply add water into the tank and shake, shake, shake! With 150 foul characters to collect and their 'flush-to-reveal' technology, it's always a surprise to see who's lurking inside. I think it's great that they're a bit more interactive and engaging, rather than just ripping a foil bag open.


If the water turns green, you have a rare Clogger and if it turns purple, you have a super rare Unflushable! Unfortunately we didn't get any rare or super rare collectibles but the children weren't bothered by this at all as it didn't detract from the fun. They loved getting their hands wet (we had to put a towel down due to their overzealousness!).


Each Flushy belongs to its own group such as squishy Squirmin Vermin, colour-changing Grimy Grubs or unflushable Putrid Parts. Each set that you get comes with a character leaflet so you can find out their name and tick them off as you collect. Five year old C can read so he had a good giggle at some of the names like Turd Mite and Turd Bird.


The Collect-a-Bowl not only comes with four exclusive Foul Floater Flushies but it's great to put your characters in (it holds 50+!) and flushing! The handle really works and when pushed, it emits the sound of flushes and farts. I think C sat for around 15 minutes straight just laughing at the fart noises - typical boy! As if all this wasn't enough, you can even download the FREE app to explore Flushville, play games and much more.


The Flush Force range is aimed at boys aged 4-10 years but of course my 3.5 year old girl loved them too. They are available to buy from Smyths, Toys R Us, Argos, The Entertainer, Tesco, ASDA, Sainsbury's, Toymaster as well as independent retailers.

If you want to keep up with all the grossness, follow the Flush Force YouTube channel here. There will also be a Twitter party this evening, Friday 9th February, where you will have the opportunity to learn a bit more and win some for yourself. Just join in between 6-7pm by following @spinmasteruk and joining in the chat with #FlushForceFriday.

(We received these items for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)

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