CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - As summer is winding down, you might be trying to squeeze in last time outside with the family.
The Juggle Bubbles toy claims to be a mix between blowing bubbles and juggling.
Our little testers have seen the commercials and are wanting to test out the Juggle Bubbles.
We took out the tools, opened the bubbles, and poured them in the container.
"We're going to glide the gloves on so who wants to try it first? me!"
We let 4 year old Piper test the bubbles first, since she couldn't even sleep last night, she was so excited to test these out.
She blew a bubble, and we counted to five like the directions said.
She shook the bubble off, and that one didn't work. So we tried again.
Finally we got it to work, sort of.
The testers tell us they kind of liked it.
"Pretty cool," said 10-year-old Chase Wessell.
We asked, "Do you feel like it did what it was supposed to do?"
"Sort of," Chase Wessell replied.
"Is this something you would play with?"
"Yes," eight-year-old Aidan Wessell said as he answered our questions.
"No," Aidan Wessell said.
"I was kind of bored with it," said four-year-old Piper Landgraf.
"Is it something you would play with?"
"If it was free," said Chase Wessell.
And mom Courtney Landgraf tells me it's something she wouldn't spend her money on.
"I would give it a one star, I don't see that it's any better than regular bubbles you can buy, and it definitely doesn't do what it showed on TV, they couldn't bounce it back and forth and play so I wouldn't buy them, so they're outside just having fun with bubbles it looks like," said Landgraf.
So these juggle bubbles get one star in this week's Does It Work test.
We found the Juggle Bubble kit at Target for $10.