|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 12 x 20 inches|
|Item model number||68289|
|Assembled Height||20 inches|
|Assembled Width||12 inches|
|Assembled Length||10 inches|
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Friday the 13th Jason Candy Bowl Holder
- Lightweight injection molded figure crafted from heavy duty foam, with hollow back designed to stand flush against a wall
- Base is approximately 10-inch square, stands approximately 18-inches tall
- Includes plastic bowl, 9.75” across and 3.5" deep
- Officially licensed figure adds personality to your home or office
- Not just for candy, can be used to hold business cards, keys, coins, pens, party favors, and much more
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Add personality to your home, office, or party with a fun candy bowl holder complete with removable plastic bowl. Figure stands approximately 18 inches tall with a hollow back designed to stand against a wall. Not just for candy, use the bowl for business cards, party favors, and more! Look for all of Rubie's Candy Bowl Holders, available in a range of characters. Candy not included. Family-owned and family-operated from their 2-million square foot facility in Long Island, New York, Rubie's works every day to be an innovator in both design and manufacture of scary, funny, historical, and mythical ensembles.
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Rubie's Costume Company has been bringing costumes and accessories to the world since 1950. As the world's leader we take seriously the mission to make dressing up fun. Mascots, rental quality costumes, masks, wigs, accessories, shoes, and every significant licensed costume you want to wear can be found under the Rubie's brand. Still family owned, still family focused, Rubie's brings you fun for every season, Halloween, Christmas, Mardi Gras, Easter, and all in-between.
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Also, this was shipped in its original packaging. Be aware! I meant this as a Christmas gift, but because it was shipped with the item's picture plastered on the front, my husband found out, well before Christmas.
There are two things about these guys that bugs me. The first is the weight. There is none. No weight in the base, no weight to counter the weight of the candy to keep them standing up, just no weight. For that reason alone it's probably best to keep these guys inside. From a collector's point of view I wouldn't want to have them fall over outside into the dirt, grass, or hard top and get damaged. It's not worth it.
The second thing is just how awesome these are. I don't live in a neighborhood where things go missing routinely, but I just wouldn't chance it. I did lose a tombstone to some local kids mischief last year and I'd rather not have any more of my stuff go missing. Usually it's going to be the coolest things out there. So unless you're keeping an eye on these Freddy and Jason candy holders, I feel it's best to keep them inside.
The body is made from a heavy duty foam and is at least 3/4 inch thick all around. They stand very easily, but because of the lack of weight, they also fall over easily.
The thing that surprised me most is that they are only fronts. The back is just not there, it's a foam shell and you can add your own weights if you're so inclined. Beanbags might do well as there's not much room back there. Also, the bowls are a clamshell type of plastic. Not hard plastic, but bendable, wrinkle-able, soft plastic. Because of that you need to be careful with the bowls or I imagine they could crack or split. You might also want to watch how much candy you put in the bowls. Not just for the fact you'll make these top heavy, but also for the sake of keeping the bowl nice.
As cool as these are I had to grab them up. Rubies has been outdoing themselves now for a few years and this release last season was really impressive. If you're a collector I'd totally recommend getting these, if you're a Halloween enthusiast, get them. If you're planning to use these outside as your candy holders, I'd probably just pick up a nice cheap $1 bowl at the Dollar Tree and use that instead. These would be more suited for a Halloween party where you're sure they won't get broken or beaten up or swiped out from under you.
- Mr. Frights