Tinseltown Mom was asked to review some kid-friendly activities and my boys had a blast trying out the All Pro Passer, Spybots Room Guardian and the Laser X Long Range Blaster. Check out the highlights below!
All Pro Passer
This was fun for both of my kids. It launches over 25 yards and you can play one-on-one, three-on-three or with as many people as you want, or one player can customize a solo session. You can practice hundreds of plays and there are nine different passing zones. My kids loved how high the football shot in the air!
Includes a football, but requires 4 “C” (1.5V) batteries (not included). Ages 8+
Spybots Room Guardian
The Spybots was actually something I wanted to use to keep the kids out, but it’s definitely more of a kid-friendly item. Your kids can get 24/7 room security. It works by placing the room guardian on your door, and programing it with a secret code. When the motion sensor is activated, you enter the correct code and then hear the Room Guardian say “access granted.”
Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included). Ages 6+
Laser X Revolution
Last but not least, the Laser X Revolution Long Range Blaster. My kids have had many variations of the Laser X and this long range is by far the most thrilling and they liked that a vest was not required. With a range of over 500 feet, the dual blasters provides long-lasting fun. Players can light up their blasters and choose from more than 20 different colors.
Includes two blasters and requires 6 “AAA” (1.5V) batteries (not included). Ages 6+
DISCLAIMER: This is a sponsored post and I did receive compensation in exchange for writing this review, however, all opinions are my own.
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