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Creepy Crawlers Bug Maker

3.1 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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  • Includes Creepy Crawlers bug molds, bug eggs and bug goo
  • Injection molding machine and All the tools needed to create the most terrifying creatures kids can imagine
  • Fill bugs with guts then smash and squirt them out
  • Create wall walking bugs or solid bugs to play with or simply scare friends
  • 100% Safe, non-toxic and washable
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

The Creepy Crawlers Bug Maker is an interactive injection molding machine that allows kids to easily create a huge variety of all new bugs, spiders, beetles and other little monsters. This kit includes Creepy Crawlers bug molds, bug eggs and bug goo. It has an injection molding machine and all the tools needed to create the most terrifying creatures kids can imagine. Fill bugs with guts and then smash and squirt them out. Create wall walking bugs or solid bugs to play with or simply scare friends. It's 100% safe, nontoxic and washable. The Creepy Crawlers Bug Maker lets you create a huge variety of all new bugs, spiders and other little creepy crawlers.

  • Product Dimensions (inches): 12 (L) x 4 (W) x 11 (H)
  • Age: 8 to 12 years

From the Manufacturer

The Creepy Crawlers Bug Maker let's you create a huge variety of all new bugs, spiders and other little creepy crawlers. The Creepy Crawlers Bug Makeris an interactive injection molding machine that allows kids to easily create a huge variety of all new bugs, spiders, beetles and other little monsters.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12 x 4 x 11 inches
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Origin China
ASIN B004S53HVM
Item model number 31687
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years
Batteries 4 D batteries required.
Best Sellers Rank #227,048 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#4,293 in Toys & Games > Dressing Up & Costumes > Pretend Play
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3.1 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Allen Thomas on November 26, 2011
The molds leak and after an hour an entire package of "bug eggs" and multiple attempts at filling the bug mold. you end up with a bug that has the consistency of grape jelly so the kids can't even play with it because it not only falls apart but according to the packaging is toxic. It really stinks when you have a child that is all excited to use a toy and then it simply doesn't work.
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By big red on November 16, 2011
complete waste of money. my 5 year old was very excited to do this. my sister bought one for her sone and warned me this was garbage and doesnt work. i thought maybe she didnt read the directions and i would give it a try..but kept the box because of her warning.i read the instructions.. followed them step-by-step. when unit was heated up and ready to go i pushed the pump down expecting to fill the mold and the sticky plastic like substance oozed out of the top where you put the 'bug eggs' in. i took it off, put it on again thinking i didnt close it right and same thing. put in more eggs, and tryed again and again. we ended up using almost all of the eggs and filled maybe 1/2 inch of mold. waste of money. dont know how they got this one in the stores.for xmas my little boy is asking for that zombie lab and im sorry to say santa wont be bringing that one. its made by the same company. i would never buy another toy from this company. NEVER. probably the worst toy we have ever come across.
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We had the leaky mold issue like a lot of other posters. I contacted the company about the issue. They suggested the eggs might have too much water in them and we should pull off the foil and let them air out for up to 48 hours. I pulled the foil off all the remaining eggs and let them sit for 2 days. We had a great experience after that. My 6 year old son was able to make bugs all by himself without an issue. Be sure to follow the directions and put them in an ice water bath to rapid cool them.
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By A. Welsh on November 13, 2011
All I can say, is Do not waste your money! This is junk and ours is in the trash already.
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By C on December 4, 2011
Our son really wanted this toy for his birthday because the commercials make it look so fun and cool. The bug molds that you put the liquid into leak...actually the whole toy leaks. It makes a hug mess. By the time you get the molds in the cold water to harden you're lucky if you pull out even half of a bug. Makes me mad when they advertise these toys to catch kids' attention and it turns out to be junk, junk, junk.
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Wow, what an incredible piece of junk! The mold leaks no matter what you do when you dispense the liquid into it. I tried all the molds with the same result, following the directions very carefully each time. My kids were SO disappointed which is the worst part. Got this toy for a gift and don't have a receipt so will have to toss it in the trash. I agree with the other comment below--I will never buy another toy from Jakks Pacific toy company again! They obviously have no product testing dept or just don't care when we waste our hard earned money!
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I'm scratching my head at these other reviews! I was *very* wary of purchasing after reading the horrible reviews, but it was our last option for our son for Christmas since we couldn't find Zombie Lab in stock anywhere. We picked the mega pack at Costco. Same machine, just comes with more bug eggs and bug smashing tools. My 4-year-old son and I spent over 90 minutes making bugs earlier. We simply followed the instructions carefully, and had no problems with leakage from the molds. It's pretty simple. If you don't overfill them, they don't leak! We ran into an issue only once, while attempting to fill a mold that we prematurely dripped a little goo in because my son got impatient. As long as you haven't left any old goo in the molds, you shouldn't have a problem. We found that 2 bug eggs were usually enough to fill the mold. The bugs do come out pretty sticky...comparable to one of those sticky hand toys you get out of the quarter machines. That's what makes them wiggle and jiggle and fun to squash when you are done with them. The longer you let them chill, the less likely they seem to be overly fragile and sticky. We really like our bug maker...and we're glad that we decided to form our own opinion on this one.
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I am a patient father who enjoys making things with my 5 year old son--LEGO's, playing with Transformers, etc. I am a school teacher so I am used to making things for kids. One subject I am particularly fond of is my 4th grade chemistry unit which has plenty of experiments involving little things, goo, heat, water, etc.
The reason I introduce myself is because a reviewer said that this toy is for parents who don't mind spending time with their kids and who have patience. This was offensive to me because this obviously was written by someone who works for the company or is trying to sell their own bug maker on here.
I thought this would be no problem to make, but the reviews on here are absolutely true.
First of all, the molds that came with my maker were not completely sealed so when (after waiting 20 minutes for the gelatin tablets to melt) the goo was dripped in, it immediately seeped out of the sides. After filling it back up again and holding onto the sides myself, it then took another 20 minutes for it to cool down IN THE REFRIGERATOR ! So far, it's been at least 40 minutes to get these bugs made---a LIFETIME for a 5 year old. When it finally seemed cool enough to remove from the mold, the parts (the thorax, the legs, the abdomen) are so thin that there's practically no way to peel the fragile bug out without losing a leg or body. Then there's the option of putting a little piece of plastic in the mold to allow you to put "bug guts" in it after it's made. This is a COMPLETE joke as when you try to remove it, it's like trying to remove a baseball bat from someone's rectum (not that I've ever tried that) . It tears and rips your 40 minutes of efforts from @$$hole to abdomen.
I tried and tried over and over again for my own well being just to see if it was just a matter of getting the hang of it. It's impossible. I wish reviews like the ones that were written here could be on all websites that sell this P.of S. product.
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