Slurpees Snot Suckers review: Gross slime stocking fillers from Bandai

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If you have kids who like things that are completely gross and disgusting, then these new slimy Slurpees Snot Suckers from Bandai will be right up their street.

We were sent some slimy Slurpees Snot Suckers to play with and review!

We were also sent a bunch of delightfully snot-green accessories including a fleece blanket and a mug, in preparation for snot season!

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Slurp It Up and Snot It Out!

The snotty Slurpees are little rubber characters which come with a little 30g pot of slime.

There are four different Slurpees creatures to collect; each one comes in four different colours, and with a contrasting coloured slime.

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The Slurpees Snot Suckers characters are made from colourful rubber and are hollow inside.

They can be squished and squadged, however if you put their nose (or mouth, not entirely sure at this point) into the slime and give them a squeeze, they will slurp and suck it up through their nose. De-lightful I’m sure you’ll agree.

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You can then squeeze them again to get the slime out, hopefully back into the pot which can be sealed with a click to keep the slime… slimy.

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There’s just a little bit too much slime to be sucked up in one go but as you inevitably lose bits of slime or wipe it off on a tissue your Slurpee will be able to empty the pot of slime if you squeeze him just right…

Personally I am not a fan of slime I have to say, but the kids seem to be absolutely fascinated with the stuff.

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This slime is really bright coloured and very sticky. It leaves your hands wet but clean afterwards and it all sticks together like good slime should.

If you lose the slime, or can’t stand it anymore and have to throw it away, then you could use the little creatures as water suckers instead – a bit less scary for the carpets, I guess.

The Slurpees Snot Suckers have an RRP of £4.99 each, making them a good pocket money toy.

They’d even make a decent stocking filler if you have exceptionally trustworthy children. These slime toys are suitable for children over 4 and definitely not for children under 3 years old.

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The might not be my favourites, but the kids thought they were hilarious and I must admit, it’s quite satisfying to see how much you can suck up.

They can be bought from national retailers or from Amazon using the link below.


We were sent these Slurpees Snot Suckers for free for the purposes of this review, however I have retained full editorial control and all pictures and words are mine.

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