Glow-In-The-Dark Bright Hibiscus Cups
good take home gift
These cups were a great addition to the kid's goody bags at my daughters 3rd birthday. They were excited to get theyre own special real cup and then get to take them home!
August 4, 2010
Read the reviews and felt the need to defend the product
Bought these years ago for a beach party for my son's birthday. He loved them and so did all the kids. They did in fact glow in the dark AND STILL DO - despite numerous times through the dishwasher. They are great little cups to have around for when the kids want a drink, just the right size. So glad I bought a bunch of them. Don't know why the other people had the problems they did unless the manufacturing process has changed since I purchased them. Even if they did not glow, they are still really cute and useful - not to mention cheap.
June 6, 2013
These are really cute cups but they did not glow in the dark. They are great reusable cups.
December 4, 2012
Bought this item for my luau birthday party I thought it would be a hit but it was a miss I was so disappointed.Had plenty of sun ex poser but not even one glow what a waste of money!! Called a got a refund so happy for that!!
August 7, 2011
These cups matched the theme of my daughter's party but they did not glow. They were actually hard to unstack, they were stuck together.
July 20, 2010
Do NOT purchase
I bought these for my daughters party and they were a waste of money- they never once glowed! Spend your money on something else! Very unhappy
June 19, 2010
The kids loved them
We used these at a slumber party. They definitely glowed like the picture shows and the print design was cute. They glowed for as long as you would expect any other glow-in-the-dark product. I was happy with them and so were the kids.
June 11, 2010
They were a hit at the party
January 18, 2010
These sat outside in the sun for hours - never glowed
June 22, 2009
I bought these for a glow-in-the-dark party.
They glow pretty much as well as any glow-in-the-dark product but shouldn't be confused with something like glow necklaces (which is a different chemical process). This is a fainter glow which works after exposing the cups to bright light or a black light.
The good news is that when your glow necklace has died the next day, these will be good for many days after. Our party was seven months ago and they're as good as new. The design on the cup has hardly faded, though we've used them quite a bit (we bought Halloween glow cups from this site at the same time and the design's nearly gone now).
While these cost a little more than plastic disposable cups, we were able to send a few home with party guests and reuse the ones we kept. We even shipped them to ourselves on vacation to use during a luau birthday party.
April 17, 2009