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The Pocket Power Submarine is the second of 3 mystery Pocket Power toys. Submarine is just the assumed name - it was first found to be a Pocket Power toy via it's appearance on the . As it does not appear on any of the cross-sells, it is assumed to be part of Series 3. Seemingly very rare then, I have seen this toy come up at auction once, and it was complete as well. Unfortunately I didn't win, so there is no more information other than what we can guess from the lone picture. It looks to be, like mystery Pocket Power mate Lamborghini, a spring pullback toy, with no accessories. Like Speed Boat though, this one makes little sense! That makes 2 spring pullback toys in Series 3 - had they run out of ideas? I did see one auction listing 3 Series 1 Pocket Power toys, and a blue spring pullback buggy toy. It had no case so there was no way to tell if it was also a Pocket Power, but i did have my suspicions - will it show up again one day? If you have any information or would like to help me acquire a Pocket Power Submarine (or the mysterious blue buggy!), please me!

The Pocket Power Lamborghini is the first of 3 mystery Pocket Power toys. Lamborghini is just the assumed name - it was first found to be a Pocket Power toy via it's appearance on the . As it does not appear on any of the cross-sells, it is assumed to be part of Series 3. Seemingly very rare then, I have only seen the case (but no car) come up at auction once. Unfortunately I didn't win, so there is no more information other than what we can guess from the lone picture. It looks to be, like Speed Boat, a spring pullback toy, with no accessories. At least this one is a car and makes sense! If you have any information or would like to help me acquire a Pocket Power Lamborghini, please me!

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The Pocket Power Bowling is a ball-bearing Bowling toy. Unfortunately i've been unable to find Bowling - so information is scarce! The Bowling packaging however confirms that there was in fact a Series 3 release of Pocket Power toys. Because of this, it is currently assumed then that Lamborghini, Submarine and Skateboard all belong to Series 3. Unfortunately this cannot be confirmed because the Bowling packaging simply repeats the same cross-sell as seen on Series 2 packaging. Bowling appears to be one of the most interesting Pocket Power toys and based on zero auction appearances, also one of the rarest. I would love to get my hands on it, so if you can help me acquire one please me!

It's a lot of fun and quite unique - the only other water pistol i've seen like this was more traditional - it had a hose like a vacuum cleaner that you would bend to shoot around corners - but it could not shoot back at someone. Being pocket-sized, there is a pretty small limit to how much water you can store, so it seems mostly intended for the odd squirt rather than a serious water pistol fight. It's a lot like the water pistol equivalent of the hand buzzer - a practical joker's best friend! Unique among the Pocket Power toys, this one is a bright orange colour. Perhaps they wanted to play it safe after Rapid Fire got on that dangerous toys list - maybe we have Pocket Power alone to thank for overly strict toy gun regulations? It may just be a stylistic choice though, since it looks pretty cool regardless! The trigger mechanism is very smooth and the toy feels solid, making this one of the cooler Pocket Power toys. Trick Squirt seems fairly common at auction and mostly complete thanks to lack of pieces.