Froggy’s Fog is a national category leader in fog, haze, snow and bubble fluids and the machines that disperse them. Before Froggy’s Fog was started, company cofounder Chris Markgraf noticed the employees and children complaining of an odor and dry eyes after being in fog products used at the Family Entertainment Center he owned and operated. His idea to produce a non-toxic, kid-friendly fog effect, became a reality when he eventually launched Froggy’s Fog with his partner, Adam Pogue.
Fobbles is a completely unique, patent-pending machine that makes bubbles, fog, haze and fog-filled bubbles, all at the touch of your fingertips and is available in a consumer and professional model. Fobbles are environmentally safe, biodegradable, non-toxic and safe for kids!
I was recently in charge of decoration for our Homeschool Tutorial Prom, the theme was a black carpet event with red carpet and glam and the Fobbles machine was an awesome addition. Setup was so easy, just find a nearby power outlet, fill with solution and turn it on and watch the fun.
The Fobbles consumer model features
- Adjustable for four different outputs
- Fog bubbles (Fobbles!)
- 10-foot wired remote control with power indicator
- Dimensions – 16.1” x 8.25” x 7.7”
- Voltage – 110V/60 HZ, 400 W fuse: 125V/10A
As you can see in the pics below, the kids absolutely loved it.
Fobbles is perfect for any event:
- Halloween Venues & Home Use
- Kids activities & Venues
- Theme parks
- Corporate events
- Dance & Theatre
- Family Reunions
- School Dances & Events
Froggy’s is working on an upgraded version of Fobble’s and is running an Indiegogo campaign that you can find here. Check out Fobbles today and be sure to show them some love on facebook, twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
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