A toast to the ducks!
I bought these ducks to place on the table at my company's annual Oktoberfest party. Our clients loved them and many wanted to take a set of the ducks home. Big hit and will order again this year!
June 13, 2012
Prosit ! Happy Octoberfest !
I can almost hear the beer steins clinking as the toasts to Octoberfest are given !
September 9, 2011
Need more girl designs.
Need more girls in this bunch - but they are rubber duckies just like they are advertised!
August 8, 2014
These duckies are adorable. They do however have a hard time floating properly. You either need to pack out the bucket or weight them somehow to float right side up.
October 2, 2012
We bought these duckies to hand out at our local parade in order to advertise our Oktoberfest event and they were a hit! All along the parade route, I kept hearing "Oh! A duckie!" So much better than candy for the bang for our buck! They are adorable and of good quality. I would definitely recommend the Oktoberfest duckies!
September 24, 2012
Ausgescheiznet! These ente will be a hit!
These are gonna be a huge hit at OFest this year - I'll be lucky to save one duck from myself once folks see I have them! Now if I can realy convince American's the it is called the Duck (ente) Dance in Germany....
August 3, 2012
I plan to use them for Octoberfest celebration at work. I often surprise coworkers with different ducks. They really look forward to them.
April 18, 2012
Cute German Ducks!
I was buying some items for my Camp Fire group and classroom, and I just happened to find these ducks on the site! My boys LOVE rubber ducks AND my family is German, so we just HAD to get them! They are very cute. The rubber or plastic is a bit thin, though, and one of the ducks was deformed when it arrived, but other than that, they are great. I don't know if they float or not, but my kids like to play with them in their rooms, so it doesn't really matter to us.
February 22, 2012
Cute idea but cheap quality
Wanted to use in water but ducks wouldn't float right-side up.
September 20, 2011