Power Poppers Makes for Great Stocking Stuffers

The holidays are fast approaching and the kids all have gifts outlined in the big toy books that are usually sent to homes around this time of year. While most gifts are usually expensive and sometime gigantic in size, you sometimes need something small that would fit in those little Christmas stockings that you may have above your fireplace, or somewhere else of importance. You know those stocking stuffers as I like to call them. Those are the gifts that we like to open the night before Christmas, the ones the kids get to enjoy as a teaser to the big gifts that they’ll get on Christmas Day. If you’re unsure of what to get, today I want to share with you one such gift, and one that I’m sure the kids will love, after all the Avengers is still the rage and everyone wants to be Captain America. Today I want to introduce you to the Power Poppers by Imperial Toy.

There are currently 5 different Marvel Power Poppers that you can collect and the great thing about stocking stuffers are usually the price. These retail for only $5.99 so you can collect them all. Made of soft foam they can fly over 24 times their own height making them not only safe but fun too.

They couldn’t be easier to use as well.  Each Power Popper comes with their own easy loading base. You simply push the Power Popper into the base to load, then drop them low or high and watch them soar as high as up to 6 feet. You can even invent your own way to launch them and even challenge your siblings and friends and see whose Power Popper can fly the highest. Since they’re made of foam I had no worries that they were going to drop and hit one of the kids and I would have a hospital trip on my hand.

However you may want to be careful with very small kids. These are recommended for ages 8+ but Madison at age 3 was able to use them and had a lot of fun playing with her power popper along with her 10 year old brother.

One of the things that they loved is that different surfaces tend to do a lot better, so the concrete surface in the driveway did a whole lot better than the wooden surface on the patio deck. So if you’re looking for a little stocking stuffer for your kids then check out the Power Poppers from Imperial Toy.

Let’s discuss: Do you normally buy stocking stuffers for your kids? 

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