The Deep Sea Octo-Lab and the Flying Gup B are two new items in the Octonauts toy range that is sure to delight any Octonaut fan this Christmas. The Deep Sea Octo-Lab is a deep
The Deep Sea Octo-Lab and the Flying Gup B are two new items in the Octonauts toy range that is sure to delight any Octonaut fan this Christmas.
The Deep Sea Octo-Lab is a deep sea station where your own little Octonaut can act out their very own deep sea rescues. Opening up the Octo-Lab, it unveils a two storey interior which maximises play capability. Included in the set is a Shellington figure who is wearing his Deep Sea suit, Octo Bot, it also has kelp cake, rescue flare, volcano, lava rocks, and three air power hoses.
The three power hoses pop in the side of the Octo-Lab, meaning you can then turn the orange knob in the Octo-Lab to decide which hose to use. You then use the yellow pump to shoot a kelp cake, launch a rescue flare, or blow up the volcano and have rocks come out. They are easy to use and my nearly 4 year old can do it all himself, which heightens the play factor as he doesn’t require help from an adult. Once you have finished your Deep Sea rescue there is space underneath to store your hoses, the Octo-Lab is also big enough to store the other bits and pieces, meaning it is the perfect storage companion!
The RRP is £39.99, but I am in no doubt that any Octonaut fan would be chuffed to pieces with this, and it really would is a great addition if you have other Octonauts toys.
The Gup B Flying Fish Mode is a new take on the Gup B, Marky has the original Gup B, but delighted with the new and improved Gup. Pull the tail on the Gup B and the purple wings pop out. The clear plastic top pops off and you can put Kwazzi inside, you get the flying fish and Kwazzi included in the pack. As with the previous Gups, you can use these in actual water and Marky loves nothing more than taking his Gups in the bath for an Octonauts adventure! Underwater it squirts when you pump the tail. RRP is £17.99.
We recieved both products for the purpose of this review, all thoughts are our own.