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Posted: 29th November 2013

Bubble Machines

It has to be..

  • battery operated
  • but make enough bubbles for impact
  • but too many to take over the space.
  • Small and economic with space
  • Easy to fill and not be messy
  • Large reservoir for bubble mixture

 


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Px3YGOfnRRc
Soundlab

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-cbifkGjco
Bubble Hurricane
 


http://www.thebubbleshop.com

 

http://www.elc.co.uk/Freddy-the-Fish-Bubble-Machine/135420,default,pd.html

£15.00
 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bubble-Blower-Machine-Automatic-Bubbles-Battery-Operated-Toy-/190949614640

£14.95
 

http://www.thebubbleshop.com/merchant-4-16-291.ihtml
Can be both battery or mains
£18.79


More Bubble Related links:

Tom Noddy
Bubble Magic:

http://www.tomnoddy.com/index.html

Pep Bou - the bubble tamer!
The scientist/entertainer that has perfected the art of working iwht bubbles.
http://www.pepbou.com/en/home/

 

Bit of Science:

http://news.discovery.com/tech/electric-charge-keeps-bubbles-alive-hours-130225.htm

Electric Charge Keeps Bubbles Alive for Hours

I also read somewhere that they use bubbles to align nanotubes after manufacture for 'harvesting'.

 

Further Reading

Base Camp Bonn

A youth hostel in Germany using old camper vans as rooms