This is a sponsored post for Water Wubble.
Hot days are already here in coastal North Carolina and even hotter days are coming.
That means that when my kids want to play outside, they want to play water games.
It’s a pain to fill up water balloons. And even though those water balloons that attach to a hose and fill up 40-50 at a time are really fun, my boys run through them really quickly, so they aren’t something we get all the time.
Water Wubble is a new twist on waterballoons: waterballoon balls. What’s really cool about Water Wubble is that you can reuse them.
They come 8 to a pack (ours had 4 blue and 4 red). You fill them in the sink, with a hose, with a water bottle, or dunk in a pool (or even the ocean, though I personally don’t like salt water battles). We used the sink and you can see it’s super simple. I think having a bucket of water outside would be perfect for refills so the kids aren’t trampling through the house to refill (I did the refilling when we tried this out) or repeatedly turning on the hose.
When my boys threw these, they’d get a little wet with each throw and be able to throw them back and forth a few times before all the water was out of them. Though if they really threw them hard at each other, the water was out in fewer tosses.
After playing with them for two afternoons, my three boys (plus two neighbors) would recommend these as a fun summer toy for your kids. We are down one Water Wubble, since one got a hole in it, so they aren’t indestructible. But since 7 of them are still standing, I’d say they’re pretty tough. At $14.99 for the pack of 8 Water Wubble waterballoon balls, I’d say they’re a good value compared to regular water balloons or even the multiple water balloons since they’re easier to fill and will last longer. They’d make a fun present for a summer birthday, though my kids were happy to keep these for themselves.
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