Glow-in-the-Dark Eyeball Pop-Ups
My son was so excited about these--he is going to give them out to his classmates for Halloween!
September 23, 2012
Eyes are soft plastic, not hard, so the pop-ups don't work well
These pop-ups are "eye-catching," but they're made of a soft plastic, so some arrived pushed in. The eyeballs I received came off the pop-up mechanism, so I was able to push out the sides with a pencil eraser and put them back on the mechanism. The soft material, however, squishes down when you press down on the eyeballs to set them to pop, so there's not much pressure to get the suction cups at the bottom of the eyes to grip the plastic that holds the spring. I was able to get all the pop-ups to work, but they didn't work too well, and some had to be set with the eyeball off and then stuck back on. The eyeballs do glow in the dark but for less than a minute. I bought these as one of ten favors for a goody bag, and they made a fun addition, but I was glad they weren't all I was handing out!
September 19, 2012
Don't waste your money
When I received these, the plastic on them is so thin that most of them were dented and you can not get the dents out of them. I even tried to warm then in the sun but no luck.
September 11, 2012