12 Mini Oriental Noisemakers
Fun for the adults
I bought these for the adult fans in for our marching band compitions. They match the theme of the show this year. We had a lot of fun with them.. They do come apart if twirled to hard, but we didn't care. The band students were jealous. I should have gotten more.
October 25, 2010
Polite Noise Makers!
We added these to goodie bags for a 6 year old party and they were a hit! They are small for small hands and while they are technically a noise maker, they are not harsh and the parents enjoyed them too. We bought several bags and only found 2 defective ones.
May 7, 2012
Expensive for what you get.
I purchased this as a maybe giveaway for a booth since next year is the year of the dragon. I read the description so I expected them to be small.
They are cute and cool looking but a wee bit pricy for $0.42 each.
August 9, 2011
A little smaller than I thought, should have paid more attention to the description.
October 26, 2010
Some were broken
I wasn't happy with these, they were smaller then expected and some were broken. I wouldn't recommend them for children under 3 or kids over 9.
August 14, 2010
Children had fun making their own "music"!
July 7, 2010
these work great but the quality could be a little better. on some, the center part pops out from the outer ring.
May 21, 2010
kids will like them
I bought these to hand out to my child's classroom. for Chinese New Year. They are great for the elementary school age kids.
February 7, 2010
These were smaller than I had expected. Also, the silver dragon doesn't show up as nicely as the black one.
I think of the 120 that I ordered though, I only had about 5 broken ones that were missing one of the two beads that hits the middle section to create the noise.
They shipped quickly! =)
For the price, they're a good buy.
December 26, 2009
Worth the Price
They are very cute; however, a few of them were missing the beads.
November 3, 2009