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My two youngest kids can never play nicely together. They are constantly mean to each other and it drives me nuts. I am sure it’s part of growing up – because I had 3 sisters and we would fight all the time!
But I have finally found something they can do together and have fun. They were so excited to get the Wubble. They had seen the commercials and couldn’t wait to try it out! I actually tried to use batteries from the TV remotes to blow it up and they weren’t strong enough. So make sure you grab brand new batteries so you can blow up the Wubble to the maximum size.
My kids took it outside and played nicely together for a while. There was lots of giggling. I also loved that my son wasn’t asking about playing with electronics. He was actually outside having fun…with his sister!
My kids playing the Wubble:
The Super Wubble is up to four times stronger and more tear-resistant than the original Wubble Bubble Ball. Made with a new super stretchy material called Xpandium, it’s super smashable and super squashable. Bounce it, throw it, kick it, smoosh it, smash it, even sit on it!
Check out the difference between the Super Wubble Vs. The World, where NSI International, the makers of Super Wubble, drop all kinds of objects on the giant bubble ball from the top of a building. Watch Super Wubble take on everything from a pineapple and a bowling ball to a shopping cart and a toilet! And guess for yourself: Will it pop?
The Super Wubble is strong, but it’s not indestructible. It can pop if it comes into contact with sharp objects like tacks, broken glass, sharp fingernails or branches – or if played on a rough surface like concrete. For maximum strength and durability, NSI recommends inflating it no more than 30 inches.
The Wubble actually caused my kids to play together and have fun! This is a toy we love and I am sure it’s something your family will enjoy!
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