Thursday, January 23, 2014

GIANT Microbes Heart Warming Box Review

I have a really fun and interesting product to share with you that is actually considered I guess a gag gift and that is the GIANT Microbes and for Valentine's Day they came out with two different kinds of heart shaped boxes filled with the funny little guys to give to your sweetie! The one I chose to review is the Heart Warming Box and then the other one is called Hear Burned!

Here is what is in each Heart Warming Box:
Romantic Heart Warming Box includes:  
  • Kissing Disease with embroidered lips
  • Sperm Cell with an embroidered baby blue rattle
  • Egg Cell with embroidered hearts
  • Penicillin with exclusive pink pom poms
  • Pink Amoeba with embroidered rose

  • Here is what each one looks like:

    This is Pink Amoeba with Embrodered Rose:

    Kissing Disease with Embroidered Lips:
    Egg Cell with Embroidered Hearts:

    Penicillin with Pink Pom Poms:
     Sperm Cell with baby blue rattles:
    I thought all of these were pretty darn funny! Of course, some might take it as a means to curb romance and babies, but hey, you can look at it any way you want. It would be funny no matter which way you decide to send the message! I chose this one because it was more about romance and what is Valentine's Day all about but romance. The other one does too but in a little more serious note about a lot more diseases and I decided to keep this light and funny.
    Both boxes are full of humor and great fun though and I bet your significant other would get a kick out of laughing. To me, laughing is one of the best medicines there is in life and without it, where would we be? If you can't joke and laugh with the person you love and who loves you back, then something is seriously wrong.

    I thought the new Heart Cell would also make a great Valentine's Day gag gift! It actually comes with a real beating heart sound!

    They do come out with new designs about every 6 weeks or sometimes in groups that are geared towards every quarter. So, check back often to see what all they have changed or added. You can find gifts for doctors, teachers, college kids, girlfriends, boyfriends, nurses, medical students and others.
     About GIANT Microbes:
    Giantmicrobes™ are plush dolls that look like common microbes. The product line was introduced in July 2002 and has continued to grow beyond plush toys. The combination of humor, education and sympathy resonates with parents, children, educators, pediatricians, science buffs and many others.

    Giantmicrobes™ are available in drug stores, bookstores, science museums, children’s museums, hospital gift shops, educational catalogs and general gift shops worldwide.
    Connect with GIANT Microbes:

    Mailing Address for World Headquarters:
    78 Harvard Ave.
    Suite 300
    Stamford, CT 06902
    Phone:  1-877-642-7623

    The two winners of my Swag For Your Sweetie Giveaway Hop will both get one of the Heart Warming Boxes that I just reviewed. The Giveaway starts on January 24th and ends on February 7th. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!

    Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monetary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours.


    lemonlaurie said...

    I love the Giant Microbe products,they are just too cute!

    Dorothy Teel said...

    I like that these Giant Microbes are out and they make perfect teaching and learning tools for children and young adults, I think that it would be neat if we could pick our germs for the Valentines day box, but being my age I get the hint of the box and its contents. But needless to say, I love them and they are so cool.

    Sally Bridges said...

    I think these are absolutely adorable!!

    emeraldmaz said...

    These are so cute! I've seen them around for a few years now, but they just keep getting better!

    M Clark said...

    I have seen these Giant Microbes advertised on different sites, they are soo cute. Of the ones pictured here I think the Kissing disease is really cute, love those lashes. The Egg Cell is also cute. Thank you for this post.

    Rhonda Martin said...

    The heart cell really beats is too cool. These are all too cute.