There are many different kinds of bubble machines, some for kids, others for professionals. We have seen bubble machines as small as your finger right up to $8,000 professional bubble machines the size of a 44-gallon drum that can blow bubbles 40 feet into the sky!
There are a few factors to consider when purchasing a bubble machine. Firstly, what style is it? Does it require you to dip it each time? If so that not great. Is it self-dipping? If so that is great! Is it arranged like a Ferris wheel that submerges the wands as they turn through the pool of bubbles at the base of the Ferris wheel? These are very common but they tend to get too foamy after about 15 minutes of use.
Another kind of wand has the Ferris wheel arranged horizontally instead of vertically. These bubble machines dip in one of two ways. One way is that the water is pumped up and drips onto the wand from above. These are the best of all in my opinion because they don’t get too foamy, so you can use them four hours on end. The other similar type uses a cam-system to make one arm of the Ferris wheel dip into a small bath of bubbles at a time, these ones are cool but they still get foamy.
Newer types of professional bubble machines have two Ferris wheels and two fans, they pump out tens of thousands of bubble per minute. They are awesome and still newer version actually make fog-filled soap bubbles that resemble snowballs at Christmas time.
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