Silly Putty Gets Pumped Up!
The childhood favorite that you loved since your were a kid gets super-sized! Now you can get Silly Putty in a one-pound size, 42 times the amount in a standard Silly Putty egg!
Still Nutty for Putty!
Stretch it! Snap it! Knead it! Bounce it! This colossal blob of Silly Putty has all the great properties of the standard size. Squeeze it for stress relief. Or roll it into a ball and have a catch. Grab a friend and attempt the longest Silly Putty pull in history!
This large portion comes in a magnificent, eggstra large plastic egg-shaped container. It's just like the smaller, standard version only it's HUGE! But this egg comes with partially flattened on one side and on the bottom so you can proudly display it on your desk or make it a handsome addition to your fireplace mantle.
Makes a great gift for the toy or novelty enthusiast or anyone who wants inclusion in the putty revolution!
Egg-citing Color Choices
You can get your giant Silly Putty egg in the iconic original red color, or kick up the silly-factor and order yours in white, blue or pink Glow-in-the-Dark Green and or Yellow—you rebel, you!
Too Cool for Stores!
If you want to get this one-pound putty buddy, don't look for it in stores. It's only available on online.
Liquid or Solid? The answer is both. If Silly Putty falls from a great height it will shatter like a ceramic vase. But left to sit it will eventually flatten into a rubbery puddle.
A Happy Accident Yup, Silly Putty was a mistake that came about when scientists were trying to create a rubber substitute
Silly Smithsonian Silly Putty is so unique and iconic that it is celebrated in the National Museum of American History.
Putty in Space! Silly Putty went into space with the Apollo 8 astronauts in 1968. It made the trip in a special silver egg and proved useful in holding down tools in zero gravity.
Hall of Fame Status Silly Putty is a proud member of the Toy Hall of Fame. Read it and weep
Newspapers No More! Sadly Silly Putty can't pick up images from the newspaper. Don't blame Silly Putty! Newspapers changed to non-transferable ink many years ago.