Rubbabu Stress or Fidget Balls - Set of 3


Rubbabu Fidget or Stress Balls (3 x 6.5cm balls) are made from natural foam and have a velvety texture to stimulate tactile feedback from 2 yrs.


Rubbabu Fidget toys are made of a natural rubber foam which is sturdy and has a satisfying springy resistance when squeezed. The natural foam is then covered by a velvety surface which provides stimulating tactile feedback.

Natural Rubber Foam has many advantages over synthetic foam. It is durable, flexible, and mostly stronger than synthetic foam, but is also anti-microbial, dust mite resistant, mildew resistant, flam retardant and hypo allergic.

Natural foam rubber is made from the sap of a rubber tree not fossil fuels. The tree is not cut down, making the the rubber a renewable material, and 100% biodegradable.

Suitable for both adults and children from age 2 years



Why Rubbabu

Rubbabu Toys are made from natural rubber foam and covered with nylon flock

  • Natural Rubber Foam is made from the sap of the rubber tree. The tree does not have to be cut down, making the rubber a renewable material.
  • No fossil fuels were used to make the natural rubber
  • Flock is sourced from the finest companies in Spain and Switzerland


  • Natural rubber is 100% biodegradable.
  • Rubbabu Toys are therefore 100% biodegradable except for the nylon covering and the ABS used in the tyres for vehicles, axels and hubs

Hand Made

  • Rubbabu toys are handmade.
  • The process is similar to making bread. The rubber foam is hand poured into moulds and slowly baked. Each toy is then dried, painted and flocked individually by hand, giving you lovely handmade toys.

Natural Rubber is Strong

  • Rubbabu products are made of pure rubber foam, therefore strong.  No "fillers" like silica or china clay are used.

Are Rubbabu Toys safe for babies and toddlers?

All toys rates 0+ pass safety tests for all ages and are made of completely safe materials and colours. However, these toys are not teething toys and require adult supervision when used by teething children.



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