Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. However, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.
With the kids at home more than ever due to the pandemic it’s important to have some toys on hand that will not only provide them with a fun time but also allow them to get their pent up energy out. The selection of products available from Wubble Rumblers will allow your kids to do just that.
Recently, we had the chance to try out three products from the Wubble Rumblers collection, and today I wanted to share our thoughts in case this was a brand that you’re considering purchasing.
What are Wubble Rumblers
Wubble Rumblers is the most recent addition to the Wubble family. It features products such as the Wrestler, Ninja, Fist, and Karate Hand. With these inflatables, you’re able to “whack ‘em”, smack ‘em”, “bop em” and “chop ‘em”. They’re great toys for kids who like to play rough and have fun.
They even come equipped with a pump so you can hand inflate them in a couple of minutes.
Wubble Rumblers Review
We received the Wubble Rumblers Inflatable Air Ninja, Wubble Rumblers Inflatable Karate Chop, and Wubble Fuzzy Jiggler Narwhal.
The products that were the biggest hit among the boys were the Air Ninja and Karate Chop as they love being active and throwing/punching things.
The set up for those products were fairly easy. However, when inflating them you want to make sure that you do it at an angle and avoid pushing too deep or you’ll pop the seal and miss out on the fun before it even begins. One thing worth mentioning about the inflatables is they do tend to start losing air fairly quickly.
I’m guessing it took about 5 minutes per inflatable to hand pump. But, by the time I went downstairs and took Hoss for a quick potty break, both inflatables had started deflating. They weren’t 100%, or even 50%, deflated, though. I’d say it was more like 10% as you could notice the wrinkles slightly showing. Not a big deal, as I was able to show the boys how to properly inflate the inflatables, but if purchasing for younger children it could become mildly annoying having to keep reinflating them during the play sessions.
Upon initially receiving all three items, the boys did play with them for about an hour, excluding the Wubble Fuzzy. I guess compared to the inflatables it wasn’t that exciting for them.
The Wubble Fuzzy is more like a collectible for them. It’s soft, squish, and easily fits in their hand. However, over the past few days, I have seen them occasionally throwing it back and forth to each other.
The inflatables, on the other hand, they play with every chance that they get – especially my 8 and 9-year-old. They’re throwing them in the air, one has on the hand while the other holds the Ninja to punch, etc.
Who I would recommend Wubble products too
Overall, the boys were happy with all three products. Therefore, I would recommend them to other parents.
My boys range from ages 8 to 11 so I think that’s a good age range for the products as it allows them to deal with the constant reinflation themselves.
Also, parents of multiple children close in age can benefit from these items since they are made to be played rough with and can keep the kids entertained for at least an hour.
I find it to be a great way for them to let out some of their energy, which keeps them from becoming annoyed with each other.
Each of the Wubble Rumblers products featured in today’s review can be purchased at Target individually for less than $15.
I feel they are a great, affordable, way for kids to have some fun while stuck at home.
Outside of the constant inflation issue, we experienced no other negative aspects while using the products. However, keep in mind that the boys have only been using these products for about a week on a daily basis now, so I’m not too sure about the longevity at this time.
Have your children tried out any of the Wubble Rumblers yet? If so, share your experience in the comments.