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Water Wubble® – the world’s only refillable, self-sealing water balloon ball!

What looks like a bubble, but makes a big splash? Introducing new patent-pending Water Wubble® – the world’s only refillable, self-sealing water balloon ball! Let me tell you my kids are having so much fun with Water Wubble!

The popular Wubble® brand of products – has taken the classic water balloon battle to a whole new level.

Fill Water Wubble from a faucet, with a hose, or just dunk it under water. Because no spigot is necessary, it makes a great pool toy and the perfect take-along to the beach! Water Wubble can be thrown again and again. You can also use it like a water pistol! Just squish it in your hands and spray water all over someone!

Water Wubble water balloon balls seal themselves, so fingers never fumble to tie them. There’s no clean up, because they splash, but don’t pop. And best of all, Water Wubbles can be filled and refilled hundreds and hundreds of times – and to almost any size the user desires!

As you can see all the kids at the splash pad had so much fun running around and playing together. We found that having the Water Wubble with us helped all the kids play together too!

One thing I really love is that Water Wubble helps bring kids together for some fun, we chose the splash pad because everyone was already getting splashed by water and when getting hit with a Water Wubble everyone laughed and thought it was fun, they don’t hurt when you get hit with one. Super easy to fill and  the kids even had fun just filling them up to see how much water they could put in it.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.

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