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Sensory LED Bubble Tubes

$32.95$795.95

These Sensory LED Bubble Tubes engage with color-changing bubbles, soothing noises and “swimming” fish for sensory stimulation in a calm and relaxing way.

Size: 4′ Tube w/Bracket, 6′ Tube, Bracket for 6 Foot Tube, Wall Bracket for 6 Foot Tube

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Create a Comforting Sensory Stimulation Experience

The Sensory LED Bubble Tubes stimulate the sense of sight for people with functional needs (commonly referred to as special needs) or visual processing needs or disorders. The lights, colors, bubbles, noises and swimming fish relax and soothe the user during sensory activities.

The sensory bubble tube has several features, including:

  • Seven fun colors:¬†The bubble tubes make seven different colors. There are also several¬†color selection modes¬†to display three or seven colors.
  • Lighting options:¬†Choose between jump, fade and flash lighting options.¬†The¬†light changing speeds¬†are also adjustable.
  • Adjustable brightness:¬†You can adjust the brightness of the lights to make the light display just right for the user.
  • Multiple sizes:¬†You can choose from either 4-foot¬†tubes measuring¬†4¬†inches deep by¬†4¬†feet high,¬†or 6-foot¬†tubes¬†sized¬†5¬†inches deep by¬†6¬†feet tall.
  • Easy mounting:¬†You can attach these to the wall with our special brackets, included with the 4 Foot Tube and purchased separately with the 6 Foot model.
  • Remote control operation:¬†You can¬†use the remote to¬†adjust the bubble speed,¬†change colors, power on and off, play and pause the lights, adjust the brightness, change the color display and activate the flash. The Sensory LED Bubble Tube cannot be switch-activated.
  • A 90-day warranty:¬†You can have confidence in our product quality ‚ÄĒ we offer protection against defects for three months.
  • Convenient plug-in operation:¬†You can plug the included AC transformer into any standard US 120V outlet.
  • Ease of use and maintenance:¬†You can fill the tube with distilled water and change it as needed with the provided drain hose.

Our Sensory LED Bubble Tubes are ideal for those with special needs such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). They allow for sensory stimulation in a relaxing way. The bubble tubes also help with:

  • Encouraging reaching.
  • Increasing visual attention and tracking.
  • Developing fine motor skills.

Since 1978, Enabling Devices has manufactured sensory-stimulation solutions, adapted toys, communication devices and more for people with functional needs. Our products help people interact with the world and bring joy to their lives.

Order Sensory LED Bubble Tubes for your child, student or patient today. Contact a team member for more information.

Note: Our AC-powered items are designed for 120V US electrical outlets. Styles may vary.

Questions and answers of the customers

    Can you make the bubble tube work with a switch?
  1. Q Can you make the bubble tube work with a switch?
    Asked by Cheryl Murin on May 18, 2021 12:13 pm
    A

    No this is not a switch adapted product. You can use our Single switch appliance unit  # 1490 to make it work with a switch wireless. Watch the video demo on this link here: https://enablingdevices.com/product/1-switch-single-appliance-unit

  2. What is the liquid inside the tube/does it have to be kept above freezing?
  3. Q What is the liquid inside the tube/does it have to be kept above freezing?
    Asked by Anonymous user on July 6, 2020 7:05 pm
    A The tubes do not ship with any liquid in them. You must fill them with distilled water only. These tubes are meant for indoor use only. If they are to be used in an environment that is of freezing temperatures the bubble tube are not suitable for such use.
  4. Can you hook a switch up to the tube to operate it? Thank you
  5. Q Can you hook a switch up to the tube to operate it? Thank you
    Asked by Anonymous user on May 19, 2020 9:17 pm
    A No. This is not a switch enabled device. You could use our item #1490,  1 switch single appliance unit to activate it with a switch. See the link here and watch the video to see how it works.:https://enablingdevices.com/shop/?fwp_product_categories_search=1490
  6. How is this powered? Battery or AC?
  7. Q How is this powered? Battery or AC?
    Asked by Anonymous user on December 27, 2019 2:57 pm
    A AC power only and as noted in the item's description: Requires AC Transformer (included).
    A AC power only and as noted in the item's description: Requires AC Transformer (included).
  8. Is there some other way to stabilize the 6 foot tubes, other than the wall bracket?
  9. Q Is there some other way to stabilize the 6 foot tubes, other than the wall bracket?
    Asked by Toni on November 13, 2019 3:34 pm
    A No sorry, these can only be secured with the wall bracket.
  10. Can this be controlled by a switch through a Powerlink Control Unit
  11. Q Can this be controlled by a switch through a Powerlink Control Unit
    Asked by Anonymous user on October 26, 2019 1:13 pm
    A Yes but there is one AC plug that powers the bubble and a second AC plug that powers the lights. So this would requires to outlets on the PowerLink, or you could buy an adapter from a hardware store to plug both plugs into one of the outlets on the PowerLink.
  12. Plastic? How breakable is this?
  13. Q Plastic? How breakable is this?
    Asked by Anonymous user on September 14, 2019 6:24 pm
    A It is made for a visual effect, it is not made to be touched or play with.
  14. Does this need to be plugged into an outlet? Or does it charge? I see it has an AC adapter.
  15. Q Does this need to be plugged into an outlet? Or does it charge? I see it has an AC adapter.
    Asked by Anonymous user on July 2, 2019 6:47 pm
    A It must be plugged in to an AC wall outlet. This item should not be used unsupervised.
  16. Can children who drool, put items in their mouths, and/or bite items safely use these?
  17. Q Can children who drool, put items in their mouths, and/or bite items safely use these?
    Asked by Anonymous user on July 2, 2019 6:45 pm
    A These are large tubes, not sure someone could even bit this item. There is nothing to pick up to put in ones mouth.