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Based on the popular Netflix original animated series Beat Bugs, Blip ToysBeat Bugs Musical Submarine lets kids ages 3 and up sing and propel their way through role-play adventures.

For those unfamiliar with the digital series, Beat Bugs features a catalogue of Beatles tunes performed by contemporary recording artists, making this yellow submarine quite symbolic. The Musical Submarine includes one plastic submarine vehicle, three AAA batteries, and one exclusive 3-inch Jasper figure.Styled just like the old soda bottle found and used in the season two premiere episode, the 12-inch submarine comes packed with awesome features. Starboard, just behind the stabilizer fin, is a set of propellers that kids can get spinning as they move the sub on its four wheels. Up top rests an old golfball and a bendy straw, which acts as the sub’s periscope. These wacky features encourage kids to use their imaginations as they bring this watercraft to life. The sub even features an opening hood, so young ones can store up to five of their favorite Beat Bugs figures inside as they dive deep.

When it’s time for tunes, the Musical Submarine is ready. With the flip of a switch, kids can listen and sing along to songs such as “Yellow Submarine,” “All You Need Is Love,” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” as the sub flashes bright lights inside.Whether kids are diving to the deepest depths, or floating at the surface, the Beat Bugs Musical Submarine is the ultimate party at sea.

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Joe Ibraham

Joe Ibraham

Joe Ibraham is the Art Director at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book, and the Pop Insider. He creates all graphic content for the Toy Insider, the Pop Insider, and the Toy Book social channels, including promos and stagnant graphics, as well as all signage, programming, and media graphics for various networking events. Joe shoots, edits, and manages all YouTube content for the Toy Insider and Pop Insider brand, including Play by Play videos, event videos, and other promotional videos. When he's not in the office, you can find Joe in the gym or hanging with his friends and family. He loves music, basketball, and art in a variety of forms. He STILL wonders why Drake and Josh is not available on Netflix.