Tiny Wubble Brite changes colors from red to blue to green and all the colors in between.
Squishy, super soft and lightweight
Take Tiny Wubble Brite anywhere - it's the perfect size to play inside or outside.
Inflates to a super fun 12 inches
When not using Tiny Wubble Brite, just uninflate it and put it away until the next time you're ready to play!
NO BATTERIES OR PUMP REQUIRED!
Ages 6 and up
Number of Pieces: 1
Suggested Age: 6 Years and Up
Assembly Details: No assembly required
Number of Players: 1 or More Players
Ball Diameter: 12 inches
Material: Polyester, Plastic
Battery: 1 CR2016 Lithium, Required, included
Item Number (DPCI): 091-15-2226
The makers of the Super Wubble Ball bring you Tiny Wubble Brite, the light-up, color changing Super Wubble ball. Tiny Wubble Brite looks like a bubble, plays like a ball and lights up the night! It’s squishable and squashable just like all Wubble balls you know – but Tiny Wubble Brite puts on a serious light show!
As a lover of all Wubbles, this light up Wubble is wonderful. If you are having trouble blowing it up, that is because you need to use vaseline on a q-tip to slide into the valve and then be sure the plastic tube they send you goes into the valve but ALSO INTO THE TINY HOLE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE VALVE. This is not easy but if you stick with it, you will know you found the tiny hole if air comes out of the plastic tube when your lips are around it. All Wubbles are made out of expandium and do not pop unless you blow them up too much or if someone puts something sharp into it. Then to make it light up, you need to pinch the outside of the little plastic piece inside the Wubble. It will light up red, blue, green and then pulse red blue green and shut off. You must pinch the outside of the little plastic piece every time you want it to light up.
Worst design ever. The LED button to turn on the light is inside the ball, which means the ball’s skin must be pressed against the button to activate. The very first time I pressed it for my granddaughter, a hole appeared in the ball. I had already thrown out the packaging, so I’m out $10.
We received a few of these over the holidays and they were all awful (didn't even last through their first use). Listen to the reviews... don't waste your money no matter how much your child begs for this!