SwimWays Toypedo Lite Up Bandits

September 3, 2013 - Comment

These SwimWays Toypedo Lite Up Bandits can be easily traced by your child as they glide, lit up, under water up to 20 feet at a time. Entertaining for children in either the pool or the bathtub, there are four brightly-colored bandits featured in every pack. Recommended for kids aged 5 years and older. About

These SwimWays Toypedo Lite Up Bandits can be easily traced by your child as they glide, lit up, under water up to 20 feet at a time. Entertaining for children in either the pool or the bathtub, there are four brightly-colored bandits featured in every pack. Recommended for kids aged 5 years and older. About Swimways Based in Virginia Beach, VA, Swimways is a leader among recreational water products. Mindful of safety and care of kids, Swimways help teach kids to swim with innovative pool toys for little ones, and the company is a corporate partner and major contributor to Operation Smile. Swimways’ mission is to provide entertaining, fun products that are the best value, quality, and style. They’re making ”free time more fun through innovation.” Recommended for age 5 and older. 4 brightly colored bandits in every pack. Glides up to 20 ft. underwater. Great as a pool toy, bathtub toy, or pool party favor.

Product Features

  • Recommended for age 5 and older
  • 4 brightly colored bandits in every pack
  • Glides up to 20 ft. underwater
  • Great as a pool toy, bathtub toy, or pool party favor

Comments

Marea Hawes "mareamasch" says:

Light up? torpedos My four year old loves taking these into the pool. However I could not figure out how to make them lightup! My son figured out that throwing them on the floor or whacking them against the couch makes them blink in multiple colors…but they still dont light up everytime when you throw them in the pool! But he still likes using them as dive sticks or to chase after under water.

Andrew Cignatta "rupert knickerbocker" says:

the most fun pool toy my son and I have gone through two sets of these torpedoes, we play at night facing the outside of the pool and throw two each over our shoulders wait a few seconds then race underwater to see who can retrieve the most torpedoes. This is the most fun game we have ever played in the pool and we love it.

jf says:

ok rating The torpedoes work wonderful, however it is very hard to see the lights. You really need to slam the torpedo on something hard for them to start and they don’t stay lit for a long time. They usually stop blinking before you find them.

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