Around my house, we get packages daily, sometimes several times per day. The most exciting part for my kids isn’t what cool gadget or game is inside the package, but if it will be packed in those dang foam peanuts or the good old bubble wrap.
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If the box happens to have bubble wrap inside the next step is typically a brawl between my daughter and my son over who gets to stomp on it first. Naturally, I get left with no bubble wrap and lots of plastic sheets lying on the floor to pick up.
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Bandai feels my pain and they are attempting to recreate this bubble popping experience with an electronic toy. Eight round bubbles are on the key chain looking device said to do a good job of recreating the tactile feel and sound you get from bubble popping. However, I have to wonder if it could hold up to a six-year-old and a two-year-old jumping up and down on it. Via OhGizmo!