Large Flashing Halloween Stretchy Noodle Ball Yo-Yos
Cute, but not worth it..
I bought these for our Halloween goody pumpkins and they are cute but I won't buy them again. They smelled sooo bad (plastic) and I kept them out of the bag for a few days before stuffing the pumpkins and it was still really strong. Also the glue was put on very sloppy and a bunch of them were already ripped.. Not worth the money.. If the quality was better they'd be great!
November 5, 2012
Worst product ever
I bought these stretchy noodle yo yo balls and when I opened the packages either the lights didn't work or they were torn and some of them had both issues. Someone had given me something similar to these a few years ago and besides the light never working that one did hold up. These ones I would never buy again, which is ashame because my kids really like them and I like to play with it at work when I am on the phone. Too bad they are not made better because they could be a fun toy.
November 1, 2012
Just get the regular ones
The glue that holds the top on these does not hold very well. The lights have a tendency to just fall out. I think the weight is too much. Anyway, I am not impressed with their resilience. I'd recommend just getting the regular yo-yo's if you want them.
October 22, 2012
Fell apart within minutes
My daughter is a big fan of noodleballs from Oriental Trading. But I made the mistake of buying these Halloween noodleballs. The glue was put on so poorly that every one of these fell apart within minutes of my daughter playing with them. She'd play with a new one & within minutes I had to tie the strings together to hold the layers together. Maybe I just got a "bad" bunch but I'll stick to other noodleballs & not these Halloween specialty noodles. Stay away from these.
These were such a dissapointment for my family.
October 9, 2012
kids like them but they fell apart
Lights in the toys fell right out...sometimes within the first couple of minutes of play. Kids love to throw them around but by the end of the party they were in pieces on the floor and none had the lights in them anymore.
October 25, 2011