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About Splat Back!


The Original SplatBack, the toy that goes SPLAT!, but always comes back!


SplatBacks are one of the most amazing toys you will ever see. These small plastic toys are non-toxic, filled with filtered water and contain no lead. Throw it, toss it, drop it, and the toy Splats! and then comes back.

Kids love it, Parents have to have it.

In December of 2007 SplatBack obtained the rights to sell this product. The manufacturer has granted us exclusive rights to sell throughout North America, Europe, and Israel.

We sold over 150,000 SplatBacks in Arizona alone within the first 4 months. In that time we built a team of 12 vendors, offering SplatBacks at 12 different locations (swap meets, churches, schools, special events etc…).

-Vendors sell an average of 2,200 SplatBacks every weekend. Mall kiosks are selling 3,800 SplatBacks weekly on average (**CLICK HERE for example of SplatBack Kiosks**).

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**CLICK HERE TO ABOUT THE SPLATBACK VENDING PROGRAM**

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Caring for Your SplatBack

SplatBacks are very durable and will provide long lasting fun as long as you adhere to a few simple guidelines. It is very important that you explain these guidelines to your clients or children. We review them with our clients along with providing a care instruction card. Instructional templates are also available upon request (please contact us for more information).

SplatBacks were designed to be indoor toys. If SplatBacks are thrown on concrete or other rough surfaces they will likely break. SplatBacks are recommended for indoor use only.

Also,
allowing SplatBacks to return to their original shape before retrieving them will increase their lifespan. Pulling them too quickly from a surface before it’s been allowed to reshape weakens the plastic and shortens the life of the product. Be careful not to throw SplatBacks against anything with an edge, such as corners of appliances, furniture, and molding as they may burst.

When SplatBacks lose their sticking or expanding ability, simply wash with warm soapy water and dry them.

Our children have had the same Splats for the last 6 months simply by following these instructions. If they do break, 99.9% of the time is because someone did not follow these instructions.


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