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If you’re a fan of bubbles but hate that they only last a few seconds then the Wubble Ball family of products are for you. We are huge fans of the Wubble ball and recently got to try out their latest product the Super Wubble Brite!!
We had a blast squishing and tossing the Super Wubble Brite. It’s the perfect addition to any outdoor fun. It may be getting darker earlier, but the fun doesn’t have to end. We’ve been enjoying the fall night air with our glowing Wubble. I love that I don’t have to worry about it popping even with my less than delicate kiddos playing and the kids love that they are having fun outside even though it’s dark by dinner time!
The Super Wubble Brite is really easy to inflate and a pump is included in the box (no need to worry about finding a way to inflate). We didn’t have any issues with it popping despite playing with it in the yard. It bounced off the kids, the ground and our swings with no problem. The lights are fun and their changing colors are a fun bonus. It’s an awesome mix of bubbles and glow sticks without the sticky mess! Check out the video below featuring the Super Wubble Brite!
You can find Super Wubble Brite at Target, Walmart, Toys R Us and of course right on the Super Wubble website! It’s a perfect gift for any occasion and it’s never to early to start your holiday shopping!! Bonus!! Enter below to win your own Super Wubble Brite!
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