Review: Glove-A-Bubbles from ZING – Super Fun Backyard Bubbles Toy

Eva and Andrew with Glove-A-Bubbles

Zing sent us a bunch of Glove-A-Bubbles to try out and review. Opinions are our own. Affiliate links to are also present.

Kids love Bubbles, of that there is no doubt in my mind. they just love being able to blow bubbles, chase bubbles and even try to catch bubbles in their hands. As a parent, I am often resistant to bubbles because when the kids are small they can’t actually blow bubbles and you end up blowing them for the kids. Taking a tiny wand and trying to blow bubbles over and over until you are lightheaded and covered with slippery soap water isn’t my idea of fun. That is why I am a fan of Glove-A-Bubbles.

Some Glove-A-Bubbles toys

Here is the official description of Glove-A-bubbles.

Churn out oodles and oodles of BUBBLES with just the wave of your hand with Glove-A-Bubbles, new from Zing! Get ready to wave and play! Kids simply remove the bubble pouch from the glove and pour the bubble solutions into the pouch. Dip the glove into the bubble pouch, wave your glove back and forth and watch tons of delightful bubbles form instantly, right before your eyes. Never ending bubbles for never ending fun! Glove-A-Bubbles come with one glove and two packs of bubble solution. The pouch is also re-sealable and refillable. Glove-A-Bubbles come in eight different animal-themed gloves, including lion, alligator, hippopotamus, elephant, dinosaur, panda, bunny and monkey. There’s a Glove-A-Bubbles for everyone!

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while Glove-A-Bubbles is a fun toy. It does work and make plenty of bubbles. However, there are some flaws that I noticed. We took four Glove-A-Bubbles animals to a party and while we were there I opened all of them and set up the four bubble solution pouches. I dipped in the Glove-A-Bubbles alligator and made tons of bubbles for the kids. I turned around and one of the children had tipped over one of the pouches and lost a bunch of bubble solution. I also spent time holding the pouches open for each child so that they could dip their hands into the solution. I found the pouches to be too small and easy to tip over. What I will do next time is get a shallow cookie pan and fill that with solution. That is way easier for kids to dip their gloves into.

Andrew with Glove-A-Bubbles

I have no problem with the rest of the design except that maybe make a few smaller ones for littler hands. Some kids had their gloves sliding off their hands. Not too badly but I think a smaller size might be in order.

Andrew Playing with Glove-A-Bubbles

The kids themselves loved the toy. They had so much fun blowing bubbles and then trying to catch them. Another reason the pouches tipped was that some kids wanted to dip their ungloved hands inside to coat them with bubble solution so that they could catch a bubble.

Eva with Glove-A-Bubbles

the price point for this is on par with other bubble toys and is not going to break the bank. Plus, you use up everything while playing and you can easily toss the whole setup. Or, like me you can rinse off the gloves and save them for the next gathering. But next time I’m bringing a cookie sheet.

For ages 3+. Available Now. US: $2.99 CA: $3.99. US Retailers:
Walmart, Target, Sam’s Club. CA Retailers: Walmart Canada,
Amazon, Mastermind Toys, Indigo.