"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!"

My family took the Super Wubble Bubble Ball on this past weekend! We opened the box and found the instructions were simple to read and follow. It came with an air machine to blow it up, one patch in case of a puncture and a Vaseline like jelly to rub on the bubble to make blowing it up easier.

Once we blew it up,(and yes it will blow up to 3 feet), the fun started! It was bounced on each other, thrown up in the air and placed on head's to fit like a hat! It with stood being bounced against the house and kicked across the front pasture,(we live in the country with acreage) by the time we gave it all we had, it looked like a very dirty, brown dusty huge inflated 3 foot pink ball! Yes it withstood all the fun we had and it washed up well to the original clean 3 foot pink bubble we began with!

I would recommend to any kid or adults who loves to play with huge bubbles! It's great for a good afternoon of fun with families! The more people the more fun you will have, but it also can be fun with just one or two people.  Also I found it a "plus" you could deflate it and package it back up until your ready to blow it up and play again!

The only drawback we found, was when we went to blow it up, it seemed to take a very long time to

blow the bubble up. We reread the instructions, but finally we resorted to blowing up with a air compressor in the garage. Perhaps it could have been our impatience to play with it and we may have not given the air blower enough time to blow it up, but I feel I would want to know this if I was buying the product. Even with this minor problem we all decided we would all still buy the "Wubble Bubble" even if we were aware of this minor momentary set back.

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John strapped his receiver tightly on his upper arm. He was ready to finish this game and finally claim victory. The sun had set...