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Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy (RP Minis)

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The very first of its kind, this miniature Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy is the perfect desktop companion, tiny marketing tool, or hilarious gift!

Finally, the joyous dancing tube man — who's been featured everywhere from Ricky Martin's stage to Broad City — is available in a tiny, desk-friendly size.

  • SPECIFICATIONS: 18-inch waving tube man with fan in base to make him dance, wiggle, and shake just like the real thing (batteries not included)
  • PERFECT GIFT: A hilarious gift for every birthday, white elephant party, or holiday!
  • INCLUDES MINI BOOK: Includes 32-page mini book exploring the larger than life (and utterly surprising!) origins of everyone's favorite flailing arm man
  • MANY USES: Bring a little bit of joy to your desk, dorm room, or bedside table

PLEASE NOTE: This product can be powered by a 9-volt battery or by a specific AC adapter. (Battery nor AC adapter included with purchase.) Please read and follow the instructions included in the box to ensure optimal performance.

If using a battery:

  • A rechargable Ni-MH battery is recommended for best performance and is a more cost-effective alternative to a common Alkaline (single-use) battery.
  • If using an Alkaline battery, it must be NEW. Refer to product information sheet included in box for recommended brands.
  • DO NOT use a Carbon-Zinc battery (often labeled "Heavy-Duty"). This type of battery cannot produce enough power to operate the motor.
  • To get the most life out of the battery, use in intervals no greater than 5 to 10 minutes. Operating in this manner will yield approximately 45 minutes of use.
  • If your tube guy begins to get stuck in a downward position, it is time to replace the battery or recharge if using a rechargeable battery.

If using an AC adapter, it must follow the below specifications:

  • Input: AC 100-240V (50-60 Hz)
  • Output: DC 9V (1A or 2A)

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