Glow-in-the-Dark Bouncing Eyeballs
Very cool! Place these in the sun for an afternoon and they'll glow all night.
November 1, 2012
Great Halloween Prop
These bouncing eyes are so useful - I put a couple in a large plastic skeleton head, some in a glass bowl on the buffet in ice, and a few peeking out from under books in a book case. They glow brightly after being in the sun for about an hour.
April 20, 2011
Fun for kdis
Purchased for our 1st grade Halloween party. Used them to play "pass the eyeball" game. Kids really got a kick out of these and at the end of the night when goodies were distributed, these were a "hot item" for the 7 year old boys!
November 9, 2010
Does not glow
Even after hours under direct light, product did not glow. Useless for Halloween Glow Hunt
November 1, 2013
Big hit at B-day party
All the kids had fun with these bouncing eyeballs, my kids loved seeing them glow in the dark!
January 24, 2011
Fun alternative to Halloween candy
I teach K-4th art classes at a local Art Center. We have a strict no-candy policy which can make Halloween classes a bit tricky (no pun intended). I gave students GID bouncing eye-balls instead of candy--they loved them!! Very bouncy and actually do glow in the dark.
November 4, 2010
We used these for game prizes and the kids loved them. They glow dimly, but were very popular with the guests.
November 3, 2010
Good for halloween ball games
November 2, 2010
Good staple for Halloween
These are great for boys, but not for people with dogs as mine like to chase them around in the dark!
October 30, 2010
They are worth the money, but they do not glow bright. I can barely see them. I put them in a skeleton and cannot see them glow unless I put a light behind them.
October 27, 2010