The 10 Best Bubble Guns

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in December of 2018. You may have a lot of fond memories of dipping a tiny plastic ring into a bottle and slowly blowing soapy blobs to pop with your friends, but those days are gone. Modern children need a lot of firepower, and these fun options are able to provide it. And if you wish to use them to pretend you're Thanos and possess the ability to turn a space weapon into a harmless toy, you go right ahead. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Toysery Dinosaur

2. Fun Central Wolf

3. ArtCreativity Medium

Editor's Notes

December 21, 2018:

The big variable when choosing one of these is deciding who is going to use it. If your kids are very young and the goal is to fire out as many bubbles as possible so they (and the pets) can try to catch them, then you'll likely want a battery-operated model with a rotating wand. If it's for older kids, you'll want variety, and that means cool shapes that are different from one another. Thankfully, there are quality choices for both those uses, so you can keep the fun going.

4. Fstop Labs Blaster

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5. Cooltoys Santa

6. Bnext Dip&Press

7. Pretex Puppy's

8. LilPals Amazing Unicorn

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9. WonderPlay Police

10. Kid Galaxy Mr. Bubble

Gregg Parker
Last updated by Gregg Parker

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