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Extreme Bubbles Beeboo Big Bubble Pro Wand USA
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- beeboo big bubble pro wand is our biggest bubble wand, which means it blows the biggest bubbles.
- For best results we suggest pairing with our world record beeboo big bubble mix
- Constructed using a two handled design, which has been used to set every big bubble world record in the last 25 years. Helps get bubbles high off the ground.
- Wooden handles are laser engraved. Super absorbent cotton wick material allows you to make more big bubbles with each dip in the big bubble solution.
- Guinness world record, Oppenheim toy portfolio platinum award, as seen on the NBC today show, made in USA.
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The beeboo big bubble pro wand is a two handled wand. The pro wand is our largest bubble wand, which means it makes the biggest bubbles. Seven foot loop of wick material allows you to blow gigantic bubbles. Wooden handles are laser engraved and measures 30 inch. The two wooden handles are connected by a seven foot loop of super absorbent cotton wick. The cotton wick holds more solution. That means you get more big bubbles with each dip. The two handled design is the type of wand that has been used to set every big bubble record in the last 25 years, including the one that we set in 2005. This design is better than any other type of big bubble wand available because you can easily hold the wand high up off the ground and create big, huge, colorful bubbles, high above the heads of little bubble poppers now your big bubbles last a long time.
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Top customer reviews
I wish that I had this wand at the beginning of my learning curve since it is better made and larger than others I've tried. Would not hesitate to recommend this to anyone serious about making giant bubbles.
It could be a little longer so as to create larger bubbles, frankly. There's another wand on the market that's longer/larger so if you want maximum bubbles without crafting your own, then look around.
Some basic tips for beginners:
Technique and maintenance are the key things to observe with any wand (that has a cotton lasso). Technique is more than just how you open/close the wand or the weather you make the bubbles in: bubble juice mix is part of the equation too. Here's the basic recipe: 1 gallon hot water, 1 cup yellow JOY detergent, and 1 tablespoon baking powder (not soda) blended vigorously. You could double the detergent for better viscosity but it's not necessary in decent weather. I use a 3 gallon pail filled with 2 gallons of the bubble juice per session.
When starting a session, allow your dry cotton lasso to be submerged entirely in the bubble juice for at least 30 seconds before beginning. It still might take several dips and attempts before you reach total saturation, but be persistent.
Maintenance of this (or any cotton lasso wand) requires you to rinse the lasso. Then gently squeeze the lasso as your run your hand down to the end, removing excess moisture. Now it's ready to store and should be fine for the next session.
Some of the bubbles we made from these wants were 15 feet long!!!
Try to use it on a day with low wind and high humidity for the best results. :-)
If you are an honest person who believes in honest customer care you couldn't go wrong doing business with Extreme Bubbles, Inc.
One aside - the two handled wand created spontaneous cooperation among the kids: at one point, two kids each had a dowel in hand and were coordinating their efforts to dip and then run to create massively long bubbles. Nice to see that happen among 6 year olds.