Fun Little Suckers
They flex. They stick. They suck you into creativity.
Apply pressure to two Pop Suckers – and as the air rushes out the fun rushes in!
Pop Suckers connect to each other and to any solid, non-porous surface. Once they take hold, it takes some pull to separate them. And when they make they unique, magical POP! sound – your hands and ears will be absolutely delighted.
But please beware! This POP! sound is extremely addictive and you may even dream of it.
Pop Suckers love to connect with each other and enjoy the presence of fellow suckers. Together they have only one goal – building creative things. They arrange themselves to become vehicles, jewelry, rockets, animals or sculptures.
Pop Suckers are always up for playful experimentation. They enjoy defying gravity and stick to bathtubs, windows, school lockers, tabletops, computers and laptops – and they never leave a trace of their presence.
Gill Platt (verified owner) –
Product itself is great. Unfortunately it arrived with no box or instructions or anything, simply in a clear plastic bag. As this was bought as a gift, I then had to send a link to the video to the mum to show her how to use it. Quite disappointed.
Glynis (verified owner) –
I bought this for my autistic granddaughter
She loves them and finds them easy to play with . You definitely recommend them
Linda Park (verified owner) –
Great product: My 4 yr old grandson absolutely loved this product, spent hours playing with them in the bath. I ordered (2 x 48), but unfortunately only received 1 set. KidsBaron are looking into it!
B Bailey (verified owner) –
This is a Christmas present so the grand children haven’t played with them yet.
Tyler Schlichting –
This is an amazing toy. I’m a pediatric occupational therapist and have used these to target a variety of skills. Kids love them. The seller shipped quickly and for a fair price. I will most likely purchase again as these Pop Suckers are my go to gift.
Barbara Bishop –
These kept catching my eye but I held off because of the price. I finally caved and ever since they arrived, my 18 month old son has loved them. Half of them stay auctioned on the glass on our French doors. He loves sticking them to thinks and stacking them, and even biting them (like a teething toy). Easy to clean, definitely wish I had decided to buy them a long time ago.
Latricia Rivera –
These Pop Suckers are a big hit in our house! They’re a favorite to just stick together and pull apart (they make a “silly sound”). We’ve also used them to build off the tables and windows. Next up is sticking them to the window and dropping balls down through them! My 2 1/2 year old stays entertained for 10-15 minutes of independent play with these (a big win!), but mostly they’re fun for the entire family. They don’t take up a lot of space, they’re very durable, and they provide a satisfying “pop” when pulled apart, plus a great texture/size for little hands. I think these will be great in the preschool years and beyond for teaching addition and subtraction too! Fun for the entire family, a great way to keep little hands busy and easy clean up—- these are a total winner at our house!
Elizabeth Wiesner –
I have three kids (4, 8, 11) & they all love these things, especially the younger two and when used in the bathtub! They create lots of little “bridges” and funky towers or structures. Fun toy! Just be sure to store them in a way they dry out so mold doesn’t grow…I put them upside down in the container without lid, on a meshed surface so the water drains and air gets in to dry them.
Jonathan Turner –
While the toddler loves these to play with and chew on, the teenagers are just as enthralled. They stick great on high chairs and stroller trays for the baby. The teenagers manage to stick them to their foreheads, walls, tables, you name it! Creative play at its finest!
Charlene Whitt –
My son LOVES these. We use them for sensory and visual stimulus. They attack to a plastic mirror stand we have and he LOVES ripping them off. He also has a wheelchair with a tray that these suction too. They are so versatile in what you can do with them. Even my Eight Year Old has found ways to play with them. AWESOME!
Jeffrey Roache –
Fun toy for creative play. Suction works great to connect the pieces or to stick them on other surfaces. The down side to this toy is the number of pieces for the price. With one set, you are limited in what you can “build” with these non-traditional building toys. The suction seems to be the most intriguing aspect and overshadows the building.
Elvia Johnson –
My grandchildren (ages 2 and 4) seriously LOVE these things! And I admit to having just as much fun with them sometimes as they do. Highly recommended for the little ones in your life.
Cora Hawes –
The popping noise of this toy caused my granddaughter to laugh like crazy when she was only about a year old, so I had to buy a set for her. She is almost two now and still loves for her dad to stick these onto his forehead or unto her face or arms. I’m sure she will continue to enjoy them as she learns to stick them together. Unique toy.
Ruth Thomas –
This product was bought for my nephews 4th birthday and he absolutely loves them. He sticks them on everything, and loves building towers with them!
Karen Houston –
My son loves these. We first discovered them through daycare, and bought our own set. He loves when we make figures out of them by suctioning them together. We play with them in the bath, on the windows, pretty much everywhere. He also likes to try to stick them to his other toys. We’ve gotten lots of play out of this set. Money well spent.
Diane Salazar –
This is the third time I have given these as a gift. They are always a big hit with the children who receive them. They are Not a one time and done. The children play with them over and over and over. I have given this to a 2 yr old, 3 yr old and 4 yr old.
Donna Lewis –
Great for the tub! My boys had very little interest in these after we purchased them, which was frustrating considering the price. Then one day they got moved to the bathroom and viola, instant hit! Really great bathtub toy! They are incredibly sturdy and well constructed.
Margaret Harrison –
These are great! My MIL bought them for my son and they have been a great addition to our “restaurant bag.” It’s a toy that he doesn’t play with in the house so that it keeps its novelty with him. It sticks to most tabletops (clearly not those with linens on them) and is easy to wipe clean if it drops to the floor or is covered in food. We bought this large set for his cousin because it’s just a great buy!
Ervin Bradley –
I got this for my nephew for his 3rd birthday. He immediately started playing with it ahead of all of his other gifts. When he did move on to the other stuff, I began playing with these myself. So I guess we both love them!
Dale Sutton –
Real fun to play with. Had them for a few months now, they never stop adhere. They are pretty durable, haven’t ripped any of them yet (and kids work pretty hard own it by slapping them on the glass and then ripping them off)