|The contents of the Super Wubble kit- inflator, ball and easy to follow instructions.|
I’ve had a stability ball for years that my kids have had fun with - it’s a huge, lightweight ball that can torture your abdomen. But it isn’t really a toy. The Super Wubble, on the other hand, is a kind of magic ball - it comes flat and you inflate it in seconds.
After you find the AA batteries, realize they are no good, walk or drive to the store and pick up a pack of batteries that is. Why are my batteries always no good?
|Pouncing on the inflated Super Wubble|
But I digress. The stretchy Super Wubble, which promises to be four times stronger than the original Wubble Bubble Ball, and more tear resistant, is guaranteed for life, with a replacement if it pops under normal play.
The Super Wubble is made from this almost indestructible material called Xpandium and though you can apparently sit on it, I would not advise doing this as a core exercise. I would love to see that Xpandium in a pair of jeans - stretch to fit!
What you should do it throw the ball, toss it in the air, bounce it, play kickball - but barefoot and with closely trimmed nailed. It can definitely be pierced by a sharp object, so be mindful.
This would be a good toy to take on a beach vacation - easy to bring deflated and hours of fun (plus it wears the kids out!)
And don’t over-inflate the ball - it can go up to 3 feet in diameter. Plenty big. We pumped ours to about 2 feet in diameter and our dog stalked it and pounced on it. We kept it away from the cat and her claws.
|Tuckered out after play|
The Super Wubble comes in 4 colors: pink, red, blue and green.
Super Wubble is $19.99 here and is also available at Target, Walmart and ToysRUs.
Note: I received a Super Wubble and compensation in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own.