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Wubble Fulla is the newest addition to a Wubble family of products that includes Super Wubble, Tiny Wubble, Super Wubble Brite (a light-up Wubble for playing in the dark), Wubble X (a helium-filled “anti-gravity” ball that can hover in mid-air) and Water Wubble (refillable water balloon balls that splash, but don’t pop).
The new ball comes in three super squooshy sizes: Huge (5″), Big (4″) or Tiny (just under 2 ½”)! Each size comes stuffed with either slime or Magic Marbles – colorful and squishy round balls made of a super-absorbent polymer that absorbs water. Whichever you choose, once you pick up Wubble Fulla, you won’t want to put it down!
Wubble Fulla Slime and Wubble Fulla Marbles are recommended for children ages 6 and up and retail for $14.99 (Huge), $9.99 (Big) and $7.99 (Tiny). A combo set is currently available at WubbleBall.com, which includes two Huge Wubble Fullas (one of each). The balls are now available at Target, Toys R Us and Walgreens.
We had a lot of fun with these new Wubble Fulla. I love the feeling of the squishy slime one and the marble filled one was actually stress releiving to play with! Kids and adults can have sensory fun with these squishy balls. The tiny Wubble Fulla is perfect for little hands and make perfect Easter Basket fillers!
We have used the tiny one for a couple days and my kids are extremely high energy so they aren’t exactly gentle. They didn’t pop or rip even with the extensive squeezing and pulling. I was surprised that they didn’t leak after the extensive “testing” they helped me with. These are my new favorite Wubble product and we are still having a blast with them.
You can enter below for your chance to win your own Wubble Fulla Slime and Wubble Fulla Marbles!!
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