Zubbles Now on Sale

They've been in development for fifteen years, and were supposed to launch sales to the public two years ago. Now finally, you can buy Zubbles, soap bubbles in bright colors that don't stain fabric. Inventor Tim Kehoe spent $3 million to develop Zubbles and bring them to market.
Once a bubble pops, the dye fades in 15 minutes on virtually every material imaginable: concrete, leather, nylon, cotton and paint. Even easily stained material like silk remain unstained 15 minutes after a Zubble touches them.

Right now, consumers can only buy blue and pink bubbles, although Kehoe says that he can create bubbles of any color.

Link to story. Link to website. -via reddit

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¿Pero por favor donde se podrian comprar? busco por favor la direccion de correo o la pagina web donde poder encontrarlas.El precio me da exactamente igual que sean 20$. Un beso gracias.
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I have to say, that even at $20 I just hit the "BUY" button, because I have been waiting for them since 2005. I hope they live up to my expectations, but if they don't, I'm still glad I suppored the guy.
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Dear Mr/Ms Kevin and quinnnchick:
I'm hongsunny from South Korea of Asia.It's my pleasure to meet you here.I really appriciated for you if I can get your help.Please show me the contact way (Tel Number ,Email address ,Fax...) for Mr Tim Kehoe(Developer of Zubbles)or his company.It's urgent for me to get such informations.
Thanks for your kind support.
My contact way:
82-10-2067-8876
hongyerimmom@naver.com
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DIY article:

http://chemistry.about.com/od/chemistryhowtoguide/ht/colorbubble.htm

Haven't tried it yet, but if this is all it takes, I hope this guy didn't actually spend $3 million on it!
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