The Original 46" Bozo 3-D Bop Bag
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If someone in your family has a lot of energy, let Bozo help out! This fun classic from 1965 features 3D hair, squeaky 3D nose, a bop zone, and a sand-filled base for bounce-back action. Made of durable vinyl. Inflates with any standard air pump. Measures 46" tall.
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Recalling my own youth, I had a bop bag as well-- so some nostalgia came into play.
Bozo takes a lickin and keeps on tickin
He's fun to punch, roll on, kick, and throw across the room
Adults get good clean laughs from watching Bozo be abused, while setting limits-- that don't carryover to other settings
His nose makes a nice squeak when you smash it in, and use a plastic bat on
He's tough and resilient, surviving body slams, headlocks, ear twists, elbows in the chops, and gut kicks
DOES NOT HAVE ENOUGH SAND WEIGHT to bounce back. Once Bozo hits the deck, he stays down--everytime.
Bozo has to continually be brought back to an upright position, which takes away some joy of having him bounce back.
Overall, Bozo gets the job done--and I give him a C+ to B- for grade. Even if he lasts a month, I'll be happy.
Really allows energetic boys to have an allowable outlet, in a world of no, no, no.
It's good quality, very good considering the low price, it doesn't have that horrible cheap vinyl smell, and it's been taking a stick beating while continuing to stay inflated with his irritating happy face.
I think I'm in love.
For what this toy is supposed to do, it works really well. It pops up every time and he's never hit me back. I like the squeak when you bop Bozo in the nose.
The sand in the bag makes it weigh about 4 pounds and it's nearly 4-feet tall. It's about a foot in diameter at the widest part of the body and close to 18 inches across the head and hair. It's kind of funny when my toddler carries it around the house. It's about twice her size. She loves it. Sometimes she bops it. Sometimes she hugs it. Sometimes she holds it down on the floor and rolls back and forth on it.
I readily admit that it's a little creepy - definitely not recommended for someone who's afraid of clowns. It's in our family room and I'd be lying if I said Bozo hasn't surprised me once or twice in the dark. I could see it as a fun gag to hide Bozo in the shower or someone's office. It's great for kids or adults with a sense of humor.
I have a compressor so inflating was a piece of cake. I left it just a little under inflated (hardly, still firm to the touch, just didn't want to risk a seam after reading the reviews), and it works well. Had it for a week now, no leak, holding air well.
Nose makes no squeaking noise though.
I purposefully had it just a tad underinflated to possibly prevent any seam leak issues, but when you do that, the base isn't really that good - if you only hit it enough to get it to tip 45 degrees or so, it comes back up fine. But if you hit it hard enough to get it nearly to the ground, it stays there because the base doesn't have a great shape to force it to be able to "roll" back up. I initiall offset this by putting a rolled up towel around the base of it in a circle so there's something else there to help keep it from going totally flat, which helps some. But it was too much of a pain, so I inflated it enough to get the base to work consistently. No leaks so far after upping the pressure slightly.
For the price, it does the trick, which was to give my 9 year old something to hit with his green "hulk hands"... He enjoys it.