|Release date||2 April 2017|
|Mfg Recommended age||3 year and up|
|Item Model Number||DGM5002|
|Product Dimensions||20.32 x 16.51 x 13.97 cm; 204.12 Grams|
Liberty Imports 20cm Jumbo Rubber Duck Bath Toy - Giant Ducks Duckie Baby Shower Birthday Party Favours
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- 1 Piece Cute Jumbo Rubber Duck - Make Bath time more fun with our bath duck!
- Squeaks when pressed. Give your duck a name and maybe feed them a quacker!
- Made of 100% safe, non-toxic materials. Absolutely No Lead, BPA, or Phthlatates. ASTM CPSC tested and certified safe.
- Duck measures 8"L x 5.5"W x 6.5"H. NOTE: Duck does NOT Float Upright
- Each piece in netted bag. Great for decorations, party favors or give away. For ages 3 and up.. =TEXT(A8918,"0000000000")
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A Jumbo Rubber Duck for Big Fun! The jumbo rubber ducks are a great solution when you need more fun in the tub, or when you want a large size duck race or duck pond game. This duck squeaks when pressed. Can be used for bathtub and pool, but does not Float Upright. This rubber duck is great for decorations, party favors or give away. Duck measures 7.5"L x 5.5"W x 6.5"H. For children 3 and up.
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Why? Well, in the "coder" world, a world full of computer programmers and "languages" us mere mortals cannot comprehend, they talk to rubber duckies. That's right, that's something that they do.
On the oh-so-rare occasion that a programmer is stuck, which I've heard from insiders is not-so-rare, sometimes they will try to talk through their problems to an object. Specifically, the favored item of choice, is the rubber ducky. ("Rubber ducky, you're the one...")
I've heard that this has actually become a topic of conversation in the programmer world that people do indeed have opinions on. Some companies will give you a rubber ducky when you start with onboarding to talk to. Other companies, due to the fact that rubber duckies have been known to FLY (i.e. are thrown), have banned this technique.
So my husband, the overachiever that he is, has decided to take online courses on whichever coding languages the master computer science gods dictated he should. (Honestly, he was just brushing up on Python so far.)
Because of this, he decided that he, approaching frustrating problems AND taking them on voluntarily after hours, should have a rubber ducky to talk to. But not just ANY rubber ducky. This gigantic rubber ducky.
So, on our bedside table (because why not right), this little guy has found his home. He sits by our lamp - which I should add is a color changing lamp. Sometimes the ducky looks quite questionable in the red-light of the lamp...
So, overall review - my programmer husband LOVES the ducky and all of its mighty glory. I'm chill with sharing my home with it - just maybe not sitting next to a color-changing red light on red...
I would not advise putting it in the bath tub. You can w e did. It’s just a little bit of a pain to get the water out of stuff gets inside. And it doesn’t really float up. But it’s adorable and my one year old loves it.