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Thursday, October 19, 2006

Coloured Bubbles Are Here!

The following is the e-mail I received from the company who is the first to produce coloured bubbles! Richard left me the site link in the last post's comments and it is a very cool, clever site! I'm getting some for sure!

Be the first to see what everyone is talking about-Zubbles!!!

Thank you for your interest in Zubbles Colored Bubbles!Spin Master Ltd., one of the fastest growing toy companies in the world have entered into a global license agreement with C2C Technologies, the emerging leader in temporary color technology, and the recent winner of the Popular Science "Best of What's New 2005" Grand Award for General Innovation for its development of colored bubbles.

Spin Master Ltd., based in Toronto, (Ontario, Canada!) will have the exclusive international license rights to market and sell the world’s first colored bubbles based on C2C Technologies groundbreaking temporary color technology platform.Zubbles Colored Bubbles will launch in 2007.

We will confirm the retail availability of Zubbles closer to the launch date.If you are interested in distributing Zubbles, please send us an email with ‘Zubbles Distribution Inquiry’ as the subject header.

We will contact you closer to the launch date with more details regarding this revolutionary product.Once again thank you for your interest!

-The Zubbles Colored Bubbles Team

Mother of Invention, adding them to my wish list!


Blogger Richard said...

So ... are you interested in becoming a distributor?

I thought they were already available for purchase. Hmmm ...

What strikes me most about the response letter is how much is sounds like marketing.

Maybe it is because I am more subdued and written just the facts without trying to umbue it with lots of power words adn phrases.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Blogger Stephen Newton said...

OK, you must post a photo of the tub filled with colored bubbles (with or without you). Unfortunately as much as I love bubble baths, I've never found any that don't irritate my skin. There's something so soothing about soaking up to one's chin in a tubful of scented bubbles. Darn my sensitive skin anyway.

Good luck. It's like the Internet to manifest what you ask for.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Blogger Maggie said...

I once saw a segment on Discovery Canada's show The Daily Planet about colored bubbles that looked just like this. They talked about the process it took them to develop them and the iterations of bubble products they went through until they came to the final product. It was very interesting. I wonder if these are the same people...I just can't remember.

Friday, October 20, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...


Friday, October 20, 2006

Blogger Reya Mellicker said...

Cool! And ... speaking of bubbles ... though of course this big bubble isn't in color.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Blogger Mother of Invention said...

Internet's been down! Sorry for delay!

Richard: It's a good marketing ploy on their part. If I were the business, take a risk type, it might be an interesting opportunity to get on the fround floor of something that could be big. Who knows? it could really take off! I'm not going to do that, of course.

Stephen: Too bad about your bubblebathless world! I'll take pics when I get them...(minus me! Maybe my cats if they fall in due to their insatiable curiosity at the popping sounds! HA!)

Maggie: Bet it's the same. Sounds like something on Dr. Zed!

Old Lady and Reya: Surely it is! Something out of the ordinary at least! Checkin' out that site moe, Reya. My guess is that it's a "Guinessly huge" one!

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Blogger Mother of Invention said...

Reya: Wow! That is neat! Wonder if it is still actually there? Or has its light we see now just taken years to get here?

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Anonymous colleen said...

Have you ever seen packets of "Color Bath?" They come in all colors and color your bath. Not with red dye number 2 or anything. I buy them at the health food store, mostly just buy them for kids I know now.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Blogger Mother of Invention said...

Colleen: No, I haven't! I'll look though. Kids would love them!

Saturday, October 21, 2006

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