REMEMBER the bubble lawnmowers from our childhood? Well, Argos is bringing them back for our kids to play with.
And what’s more, a dragon fly shaped version of the bubble machine is currently on sale for a fiver.
Normally, the toy costs £16 so you’re saving a huge £11 by shopping in the Argos clearance sale.
The mini lawnmower is “frictioned powered” which means that when it’s rolled along the floor it generates bubbles – and there’s no need for any batteries.
The outdoor plaything is designed for children aged three years and up.
The only other place we could find the toy on sale at was via Amazon but it’s priced at £14.99.
The retailer is also flogging the retro shaped version of the lawnmower too for £6.99 down from £11.
Argos has also had just started sticking a battery operated design of the toy too for £12, or you can save £9 by buying two for £15.
All of the lawnmowers come with a 118ml bubble solution and is best suited to being played with outside.
The deal, which is available to shoppers online, was spotted by parents who posted it on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
One mum posted a photo of her purchase and wrote: “On sale in Argos £5. Great little buy and good bubbles. Our 18 month old loves it. No batteries needed so an added bonus.”
The post has attracted over 100 comments from fellow parents in the five days since it was posted.
Another mum said it’s “not a bad” deal considering it only costs £5, while many others commented how they’ve already ordered the toy.
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The toy is already in the clearance sale though and is likely to only be available while stocks last so you should probably place your order quickly if you want to make sure you get one.
Argos is also running a sale across all baby and nursery ranges where mums and dads can scoop a third off.
Fashion lovers can also bag a bargain in the Ugg sale which is offering a rare 70 per cent discount on shoes, clothing and accessories.
Meanwhile, Little Tykes has issued a safety warning over a toy sold in Argos and Asda amid fears it traps tots’ fingers.
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