Bubble Tubes are a popular sensory item- made in the UK, these high quality bubble tubes are bright, calming and very robust. Offering passive colour changing tubes or interaction with switch boxes and more. The Interactive sensory bubble tube is Just the same as our Passive bubble tubes but with the addition of a wireless big button box. This allows the user to select the colour, with the middle button turning the bubbles on and off. The interaction with the tube is great for children, demonstrating cause and effect and tracking skills- watching the bubbles begin to float up again. Also helps to learn colours; perhaps with a discussion about their favorite. Wheelchair users can also interact as the button box is mobile. Those with limited mobility in their hands benefit from the wireless box having 3.5mm jack sockets meaning that 3.5mm alternative switches can also be purchased- from latched pads to joy sticks and more. When no button is pressed, the tube reverts back to passive, colour scrolling mode. Our popular sensory padded surrounds create an attractive centre-piece,
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