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Stringbean - Blacklight

$145.00

(Quantity discounts available)

5.0 average, based on 3 reviews

Product Information

Stringbeans...WOW what can you say about these awesome puppets. This puppet is worn by one puppeteer dressed in black. Under the blacklight, Stringbeans can run, jump, dance...anything your puppeteer can imagine! Stringbeans fit puppeteers that are 5'2" -5'7". For taller Puppeteers Stringbeans now come with an extender for the neck strap included in the price (fits up to 5'10"). 

 

See them in action here: DIVE

 

Please choose color before adding to cart:

Stringbeans are available in green, orange, yellow or printed spandex. If you choose printed spandex, your customer representitive will discuss print choices with you when you are contacted.

 

 

      Stringbeans require some assembly.  Each piece (arms, legs, torso etc, ) joins with a simple to attach doll joint. Joints are PERMANENT once attached. Please read assembly instructions BEFORE assembling your Stringbean.    When storing Stringbean DO NOT BEND AT SHARP ANGLES. We are not responsible for incorrectly assembled pieces.  If you have a question about the Stringbean please contact us before purchasing or assembling your product.

 

All puppets are handmade in the USA.  Slight variations may occur.

Product Code: BLSB

Quantity Discounts

You can save money on this item when you purchase several at a time. The table below shows the minimum quantities required to benefit from this offer, and how much they'll cost.


Quantity Price per unit
2+ $135.00
3+ $125.00

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Stringbean

We just love our new Stringbean. It's great to have something different to use and really make a drama piece unique.

Pamela B :: 22 Jan 2015, 19:32

Pattern

I have a string bean pattern which I have never used. Usually when I need something it is NOW but one day when I have time I will.

Terri S :: 30 Jun 2014, 09:16

Stringbean

I have 3 Stringbeans and love them. It isn't something you would use every time but sure makes an impression when you do.

Terri S :: 30 Jun 2014, 09:13

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