Magic Spring Assortment
Good Treat, But I Prefer the Other Mini Springs Assortments
These mini magic springs are always a big hit for our prize box. Students choose them over and over. I have ordered many different styles, and they always arrive in good condition. In the past I have bought the assortment of 50 rainbow magic springs and the assortment of 50 goofy smiley face springs several times, and they have always been very strong. This assortment comes with a variety, including the rainbow springs. The quality varies with these. I think the rainbow springs are the strongest and have a slightly thicker plastic that holds its shape the best. My set also included springs with smiley faces (the rainbow colored kind), transparent springs, camo springs, and animal print springs. These ones, especially the transparent ones, were not as strong. I am afraid that they will break easily. I would recommend ordering the set of 50 mini rainbow springs and the set of 50 mini goofy smiley face springs instead.
December 4, 2011
Very cute little toys.
These are little treats we give out to kids. They love the colors and funny faces.
February 9, 2015
Fun Treat for Kids
Our Christmas Tree Farm hands out grab bags to the kids who come to buy a Tree from us. I included these in the grab bags along with some other treats. The kids loved the fun shapes and colors. Excellent idea!
December 3, 2014
great little spring toy
I put one of these cute springs into every Operation Christmas Child shoebox, even for the 14 yr olds. And I keep one by my TV chair to keep my hands busy instead of snacking during TV watching.
November 22, 2014
a hit with the kids
These were prizes for a festival. very nice assortment. some were individually wrapped. did not have any tangling trouble. The kids loved them.
August 13, 2014
Less than a quarter a piece
For less than a quarter a piece, these are really great and loved by the children.
March 23, 2014
hold their shape
I got these for pinatas, and was pleased that they are held together well. They don't become springs until the child pulls them apart.
November 10, 2011