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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I was hesitant to buy this because of the bad reviews, but Toys R Us had it on sale for $13.47, it's normally $18 there... anyway, i decided to buy it and figured since it was so cheap, it was ok if it didn't work since it would be a fun toy for the yard anyway... but it does work :) first we tried it inside on the hard wood and it didn't work... it needs traction to work... once outside it worked great... my daughter is just 19 months and wasn't able to push it fast enough yet, we've only been able to play with it yesterday since it rained today... but it is for age 2 and up ... i'm sure she will be able to do it by the end of the summer and she will have fun with it next summer too!... my nephew is 2 and a half and i have no doubt that he would love it and have it blowing bubbles... my fiance and i pushed it around the yard and had the bubbles flying! it's a fun toy!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on April 30, 2007
Do not waste your money on this, unless you want to see the look of disappointment on your child's face. It dispensed exactly 5 bubbles in the 5 minutes of playing with it, each of which went out the side and straight to the ground. From the illustrations on the box, it appeared that the bubbles would shoot out the top up into the air. (Of course, they don't show you real bubbles in the picture, which in retrospect might have been a good hint that something was wrong). But in fact, they shoot out the side as grass would shoot out a real mower.

On the other hand, it does make a engine-like sound as the little one pushes it. I guess this could be a good lawn mower toy for someone who is not expecting bubbles.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 1, 2007
My daughter received this as a gift from our neighbor. The first one blew about 10 bubbles which never actually even rose from the machine they just kind of blew half out of the machine then popped. Assuming we got a defective one I returned it for the same toy. At this point, I'm sure our neighbor was wondering why they hadn't seen her playing with it yet. Now the 2nd one doesn't blow bubbles either. Coincidence? I think not! Just a disappointing waste of money....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 11, 2015
I purchased this bubble lawn mower for my 2 year old daughter. What I like best about this mower is that it can be used both indoors and outdoors, and the overall construction. The rear wheels are about 4 1/8 inches in diameter and the front wheels are about 3 1/4 inches. The mover can be pushed with ease on the grass as long as the grass is not to high as well as the sidewalk. The wheels provide excellent tractions on smooth hardwood or kitchen surfaces where traction is needed. My toddler can push the mower with ease as the wheels spin freely and smoothly. The handle bar is very sturdy and not made from cheap plastic that is about 17 inches from the ground which is ideal for a toddler to push. I am very impressed with the overall construction as it is a very durable/sturdy hard plastic that resembles a real lawn mover. The mower weighs about 10 pounds and about 30 inches in length from front to handle bar.

The only downside is that when you push the mower, it is VERY loud and a bit annoying after a while of continual use. LOL!

I highly recommend this Bubble Lawn Mower for your children to use either outside or indoors.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 15, 2012
I did not buy mine from Amazon (rather Toys R Us) and based on reviews like the ones I had seen here I got a warranty for the product in case it did not work. Our worked well. It makes good bubbles, but I have to use a good bubble solution to get it to work like other bubble blowing toys (we have a little tikes bubble dog thing). I have tried the Miracle bubbles, but they did not work very well at all. I try to get the party bubbles (in the party section of Target) to use they seems to be thinker solution and they produce great bubbles in all our bubble toys. We bought this for our daughter when she was 3 and we have had it 3 years and now my 2 year old son is using it and still making great bubbles while mowing. The one thing I do not like about is is that that the handle is not adjustable so for older kids.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
As stated in other reviews, getting the Fisher-Price pink bubble mower to actually produce any bubbles is quite a chore. The instructions state that you have to take at least 15 steps before the bubbles start to come out, but even then they were few and far between. My kids are 32 months and 4 years old and neither of them had the patience to take fifteen steps let alone keep waiting for it to produce any bubbles after that point (since it produced so few). Sure, the instructions also say that you have to keep pumping the bubble bottle every so often, but oh by the way, it leaks anyway (yes, I checked the cap often) and the bubble fluid would drain out by itself if it was left to sit too long unused -- yet another annoyance to keep filling the bottle. Lastly, the revving engine is a nice touch, but its gearing is tied to the wheels engaging in full traction on whatever surface you're driving it on. Some rough (i.e. textured) driveways will not create traction, and thus the wheels will not spin and therefore contribute to the lack of bubblemaking. Avoid this "toy"! This toy is so sad that I'm not even going to give ours to Goodwill -- it's going straight into the trash instead.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2012
Bought this brand new opened up with the kids happily waiting to see the bubbles coming out. This machine clearly has a defect from the start, easy assembly takes just about 10 seconds, put the bubble juice in and no bubbles. The most I ever got was pushing about 10 mphit shot out maybe 7 bubbles I am past my return policy time but am calling fisher Price to express my extreme dissapointment and hope they will certainly refund my money or supply a different toy. This should be off the market considering how many negative reviews there ae.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on May 10, 2007
I thought my niece would just love this, she loves bubbles. But the bubbles never once dispensed out of the mower. Next time I am going to get her a bubble blowing gun or something that will actually work. It hasn't been a huge waste of money though, she still loves to push it around.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on July 3, 2013
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I bought this for my best friends daughters first birthday and to here it doesn't work very well, makes me mad...how do you expect a kid to enjoy something doesn't work? i do not recommend this to anybody, pass on it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 2, 2009
My daughter (2 1/2) can't push this fast enough on her own to make to he bubbles come up. She likes the noises and can push it around the year. We also have a ball-popper mower which she prefers.
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