With Wet 'n Wild Silly Sprinklers, kids can keep cool without the need for batteries or a garden hose. Unscrew the bottom of the Silly Sprinkler and fill the top part with water, then reattach the bottom. The Silly Sprinklers work using water pressure, which you'll need to create using a pump-action technique. Pump the Silly Sprinkler a few times to get it ready, then press the button and water will spray out of the Silly Sprinkler. Silly Sprinklers come in a variety of colors and styles. Each is sold separately.
The water that sprays out of the Silly Sprinklers is really just a light mist, so it's not going to drench kids. But it is enough to keep them cool while they're running around and playing outside on a hot summer day. It allows them to take the water with them instead of congregating around one sprinkler.
The Wet 'n Wild Silly Sprinklers are for ages 6 and up.
There is a fill line marked on the Silly Sprinkler. However, you can't see through the Silly Sprinkler so you can't really tell if you've filled it with enough water to reach the fill line. It's best if you fill up the Silly Sprinkler over a sink. Don't remove the Silly Sprinkler from your sink until you've reattached the bottom. If you've overfilled it, the water will flow out.
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