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Bandai announces Slurpees Snot Suckers

Published on: 17th October 2018

Slurpees aims to be the grossest stocking filler out there with a November launch date. 

Bandai UK’s newest collectible craze taps into the hottest kids’ trend of recent times – slime – and takes it to the next level. Slurpees Snot Suckers hit UK shelves at the end of November and are set to be the most disgusting thing a kid could possibly wish for in their stocking this Christmas.

There are four different-coloured slime-hungry Slurpees for children to collect, and each comes with a pot of highly-slurpable, slippery slime, also in four collectible colours. Kids can squish the Slurpees, push their mouths into the slime and watch them suck it up in a truly squelchy fashion. Once the Slurpees are full of slime, squeezing them will cause them to spew it all out again.

David Harms, product manager, Bandai UK, commented: “Slurpees Snot Suckers are a brilliant way of marrying collectability with the current slime craze sweeping the nation. It’s time for slime to evolve – Slurpees bring added playability to the category and are fantastic value for money. The fidget-value of slurping and squirting the slime over and over again also brings a new play pattern to slime, one which we’re confident will appeal to kids of all ages who appreciate all things gross.”

Slurpees Snot Suckers are available to order now, RRP £4.99.

For all Bandai UK sales enquiries, please contact sales@bandai.co.uk.

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