Bubblewrap Keychain

Push the button. And again... and again...

Bubblewrap Keychain

Push the button. And again... and again...

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As seen on... BBC Breakfast When it comes to excruciatingly compelling guilty pleasures, popping bubblewrap is up there with watching Richard Madeley's impersonation of Ali G whilst listening to James Hewitt's duet with Rebecca Loos*.

Bubblewrap Keychain

Once you pop...

Indeed, this squishy air-filled plastic is so incredibly unputdownable our good friends in the Far East have created a titchy electronic gizmo that simulates the look, feel and sound of popping bubblewrap. Aargh!

Developed in conjunction with Japan's biggest bubblewrap manufacturer (Kawakami Industries), the Bubblewrap Keychain features eight rubbery 'bubble' buttons that activate a realistic popping sound when pressed. But here's the really good bit: every 100th pop is not a pop but a random sound: a boing, a bark, a rude noise, a yell, whatever. Of course this makes the whole lark hideously addictive, as you'll be frantically popping buttons in order to hear the next daft sound. Help!

Bubblewrap Keychain

Puchi Puchi - Japanese for "pop pop!"

Bubblewrap Keychain

Colours may vary

Put the Bubblewrap Keychain on your keyring or dangle it from your mobile phone and you'll soon become totally obsessed. Here at Firebox we're hopelessly hooked. We even tried finding a Bubblewrap Keychain rehab centre but the accompanying numbthumb-itis caused by this devilish device meant we couldn't dial the helpline.

Bubblewrap Keychain
Yes, you could travel to work carrying a big roll of genuine bubblewrap, but you might look a bit daft, nay unhinged, fiddling with it on the 8.15 to Victoria. However, equipped with a Bubblewrap Keychain you can keep popping to your heart's content and fellow commuters will be none the wiser (until they hear a cat meowing or someone blowing a raspberry in your pocket).
Bubblewrap Keychain

Try me! - click to pop
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This really is one of the most addictively gratifying, strangely cathartic gadgets we've ever had the pleasure to play with, and we've played with loads. So get ordering and let the madness begin. Pop...pop...pop...pop, pop...pop...Aargh!!!!!

*Get Googling if you don't believe us!

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Please Note:
  • Colours may vary - Bubblewrap Keychains are shipped in random colours so unfortunately we cannot guarantee which colour you will receive.
  • Not suitable for children under 36 months - contains small parts which could be swallowed.
  • Approximately 4.1cm(W) x 4.4cm(H) x 1.6cm(D)
Battery Requirements:
  • Requires 1x LR41 battery (included)

Customer Reviews

Bit disappointed in all honesty, it doesn't really feel that much like bubblewrap at all. It is also designed to make odd noises occasionally so if you used it to "de-stress" in a stressful environment - for example on a train - eventually it will make a horse or doorbell noise, and then you'd get some odd looks (but then again you might get some odd looks anyway). I might try taking the batteries out and trying it!
Timothy - 9th October 2009
This little gadget may have actually saved me from a nervous breakdown during the Christmas shopping period! Would highly recommend to combat stress. Only problem is, it's super addictive and you may end up becoming a 'bubblewrapaholic'!!! As always, wonderful service from the Firebox team and delivered in record time.
Bev - 23rd December 2008
This thing is amazing, get ready for many a wasted hour. Oh yeah and I thought the whole packet of sweets thing was some kind of insider joke... oh no, there is actually sweets... CLASS.
Jamie - 6th December 2008
Firebox says: Well we cant have you going hungry during the endless fun you will be having can we!
Great item, will be a great stocking filler, for someone who has a very stressful job. Thanx firebox.
Laney - 30th November 2008
I gave Bubblewrap Keychain to ma mama & she love it! It's help her cut down stress.
Jacqui - 26th November 2008
You just can't put this down, well, you can but not for long. Try playing Guess When The Random Noise Sounds, for cash, while drunk. Nice.
Terry Haughin - 4th July 2008