26 October, 2018

ZURU SMASHERS™ Series 2 have just got GROSS!

Kids love collectables, don’t they?  And having survived the onslaught of Shopkins and Cupcake Surprises, we recently discovered that we’d missed out on the first season of  Zuru SMASHERS™ from the award-winning toy company.

We were sent some SMASHERS™ from Zuru’s second series, each of which contains a disgusting surprise inside…. various revolting creatures! These SMASHERS™ come in the shape of an eyeball, just right for Halloween.

There are over 100 characters to collect and this series also features select Smashball Eyeballs with creepy mini-beasts covered in slime!

Ghastly creations include a selection from ‘Odd Bodies’, ‘Icky Insects’, ‘Ooze Dudes’, ‘Awful Animals’, ‘Filthy Food’, ‘Toilet Humour’, and ‘Smash Trash’, with rare, ultra-rare see-thru characters and playset exclusive characters to collect.

Suitable for ages 5+, the SMASHERS Series 2 collection is available in one, three, and eight packs – all full of horrifically foul surprises!

You can store your revolting creatures in a disgustingly gross Collectors Tin which can hold 50 SMASHERS and comes with a grungy Limited Edition Smasher inside!

You can even take your SMASHERS on the road with the Sludge Bus.  Unveil two exclusive characters and unfold the playset to uncover the rank restroom where you can shoot your SMASHERS into the toilet!  Lovely.

To discover your creature, smash the eyeball on the ground (I wouldn’t advise doing it on laminate flooring) and see what is living inside.  Caitlin and Ieuan enjoyed the smashing and the collectables inside are all rather cute, with the possible exception of Poopy and Poo Paper.

You could, if you had the time and energy, reassemble the plastic pieces to recreate the eyeball but my two found the inhabitants far more interesting.

SMASHERS Series 2 are suitable for ages 5+ and available nationwide.  Prices start from £1.99 through to £19.99.

If those aren’t scary enough for you, how about Zuru’s Robo Alive Spider?  I’m not kidding when I say if you don’t like spiders you definitely won’t want one of these scooting around your floor.

It is rather lifelike and, happily, comes with a battery supplied.  Needless to say, the kids are planning to ‘surprise’ the grandparents with it!

And it wouldn’t be Halloween without some slime, would it?  Oosh’s Non Stick Slime is suitably gross and, um, dangly.


You can find Zuru toys, including the new Gross Smashers at Smyths, Argos and Tesco (in-store only).

Find out more about Zuru Toys at www.zuru.com, or connect with them on Facebook @ZURUToysCompany, or Twitter @ZURUToys.

Now to the giveaway – I have all these for one lucky winner who will receive:-

Smashers 1 x 1 pack
Smashers 1 x 3 pack
Smashers 1 x 8 pack
Robo Alive Spider x 1
Ossh Small Slime x 2

The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 16 November and is open to UK entrants only.  Terms and conditions apply which can be found on my giveaways page.  No cash alternative.

Zuru Gross Smashers Series 2, Robo Alive Spider & Slime Giveaway

Good luck!

75 comments so far.

75 responses to “ZURU SMASHERS™ Series 2 have just got GROSS!”

  1. I used to collect cards you got in packets of tea you could get little books to stick them in . Had loads there were wild flowers and animals plus others to collect that was 50 years ago I also collected comics Judy and Bunty . I now collect fairies

  2. Angela Boucher says:

    I never really used to collect anything as a kid, but my son loves to collect things, mostly pokemon cards. He really loves Smashers.

  3. Katie says:

    I had lots of Polly Pockets just because I liked them. It’s strange that they still do the toys we had!

  4. Kim Neville says:

    I collected different Hello Kitty items

  5. MARIA ROGERS says:

    I used to collect wombles – I was a big fan LOL!

  6. Leila Benhamida says:

    I use to collect stamps, I have a great french collection.

  7. LISA EVERAERT says:

    I collected Bus Tickets as i spent alot of time with my grandparents in London. Tickets and My little pony were my collectables lol.

  8. Michelle Cheeseman says:

    I used to collect thimbles! My next door neighbour gave me a couple , then Grandparents when they went on holiday and it grew from there.

  9. Jo m welsh says:

    I used to collect my little ponies and garbage pail kids cards .

  10. Laura Pritchard says:

    I used to collect china cats!!!

  11. Margaret GALLAGHER says:

    More like what did I not collect – one that I still have is my coin collection – still adding to it

  12. andrea tinkler says:

    I collected postcards but only from places i had been used to love looking through them and reminiscing

  13. Samantha O'D says:

    I collected keyrings, sold my collection at a carboot sale to another kid who wanted to start a collection

  14. Samantha O'D says:

    commented on 10 Warming Winter Pies You’ll Want To Make

  15. mel betteridge says:

    I used to love trolls

  16. Lydia Joy says:

    So this is boring but I never really collected anything. There was a craze at school where we all collected crazy bones but that was just because of the craze!

  17. I used to collect football stickers but not sure why as I wasn’t really into football I think I was just copying my brother x

  18. Donna skelton says:


  19. Kelly Hirst says:

    I used to collect beanie babies and I still have most of them in my mums loft

  20. Ruth Harwood says:

    No, I collect things now, but as a child I don’t remember collecting anything lol!

  21. Ursula Hunt says:

    I collected Whimsies when I was little

  22. Jo m welsh says:

    Commented on winter warming pies post

  23. Susie Wilkinson says:

    I was a philatelist, I loved the really pretty picture stamps!

  24. Geri Gregg says:

    I used to collect doctor who Dvds and football cards!

  25. Susie Wilkinson says:

    Commented on 10 Warming Winter Pies You’ll Want To Make

  26. Rachel Frances says:

    my kid would really love this

  27. Jade Hewlett says:

    I used to collect pokemon cards when I was a child

  28. Laura Banks says:

    garbage pail kid stickers

  29. Andrea Upton says:

    I used to collect postcards, I had hundreds!

  30. Angela Sharp says:

    I used to love collecting ty beanie babies

  31. Victoria Thurgood says:

    I use to collect stickers

  32. I used to collect stickers and keyrings. And also puppies in my pocket

  33. Fiona Rennie says:

    I used to collect erasers and the Babysitters Club books

  34. judy kennedy says:

    Shells and marbles

  35. coleen douglas says:

    I used to collect trolls. the little naked guys with the wild colourful hair 😀

  36. Annabel Greaves says:

    I used to collect cards that came with PG Tips

  37. claire griffiths says:

    i collected trolls and polly pockets

  38. I used to collect Care Bears – I loved them so much x

  39. rebecca smith says:

    I used to love collecting polly pockets

  40. Karen Barrett says:

    I used to press flowers and keep them in an album

  41. Rebecca Mercer says:

    I collected key rings I had loads of them

  42. Amy Bondoc says:

    i used to collect marvel figures, like batman turltes etc and i still have them all now

  43. Clare Hubbard says:

    Puppy in my pockets

  44. Linda McGarrigle says:

    i collected trolls, loved them xx

  45. Alison Johnson says:

    Pin badges. I had about 300 & everyone bought me one when they went on holiday. I still have them somewhere!

  46. Stacey Turner says:

    I used to collect keyrings lol

  47. Jo says:

    I used to like collecting keyrings, I’m wondering what ever happened to them

  48. Lindsey Stuart says:

    I used to collect Trolls, i still have them up in my mums attic, I have big and small ones, they are super cute!

  49. kelly wheelhouse says:

    I used to collect pokemon cards when I was a kid!

  50. Rachael carter says:

    My son would adore this x

  51. Rachael carter says:

    I didnt collect anything. Not that i can remember.

  52. Amanda Davis says:

    I used to collect Scream magazines

  53. Sheri Darby says:

    I collected stamps and Match boxes and still have them

  54. amanda greensmith says:

    i used to collect dolls in national costume

  55. Anthea Holloway says:

    I used to collect pebbles from the beach and from any walks in the country. Some of them were absolutely beautiful.

  56. janine atkin says:

    i collected kinder egg toys

  57. Michaela Turner says:

    I used to collect thimbles and stamps

  58. Rebecca Whatmore says:

    I used to collect stamps

  59. Kelly leigh says:

    Foreign dolls. When ever a family member went on holiday they would bring back a foreign doll.

  60. Kate Davies says:

    I used to collect pogs and crazy bones.

  61. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    I used to collect anything to do with clowns

  62. Amanda Gregory says:

    I collected stamps as a child.

  63. Diane Caldicott says:

    I used to collect stamps especially First Day Covers

  64. Pauline Burroughs says:

    I collected cards that you got with bubblegum

  65. donna l jones says:

    I collected stamps as a child

  66. Sarah Morris says:

    I collected erasers bazaar I know but had them from every place we visited

  67. Sean eccles says:

    Pogs and tazzos I had hundreds of them but their is so many collectible items for kids it’s so hard to keep up with the trend lol

  68. Denise walton says:

    I used to collect notebooks I still do

  69. paula cheadle says:

    i never collected anything has a child, now I collect Gin, I have about 40 different ones

  70. Anna Brown says:

    I collected marbles and trolls when I was young

  71. Laura Claridge says:

    I collected stamps and still do now! 🙂

  72. Lynn Neal says:

    I was a stamp collector too and lots of people used to save them for me!

  73. Anneka hulse says:

    I collected trolls as a child I used my pocket money each week to purchase them

  74. Natalee Gosiewski says:

    garbage pal kids cards and stamps

  75. Tee Simpson says:

    Yes. I used to collect polly pockets

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