Today: July 19, 2024

WIN! Airstorm Toys

Win Air Storm toys from Zing 

Keep the kids entertained for half-term with new Air Storm toys from Zing. Indoor and Out, there is fun and games available for all!

Burn off energy and practice your aim with the Air Storm toys featuring light-up and soft foam arrows. The Air Storm Firetek Bow has blazing LED lights on the bow and the arrows, so you can see where you aim and shoot, even when the days get darker. The Fireket Rocket launch whistle-screaming, bright arrows 250 feet into the air. The smaller, but power-packed Firetek Zeon Bow with stick-on arrows is perfect for indoor play. www.zingtoys.com. @zing_toys.

We have 5 prize sets with Zing Toys to give away, worth £300 each. Each contain the Air Storm Firetek Bow, Air Storm Zeon Bow and the Air Storm Firetek Rocket.

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