This handy keyring device is ideal for any compulsive bubble wrap poppers to keep in their pocket and whip out when the urge becomes too much.

The Japanese "PuchiPuchi" claims to mimic both the sound and feeling of popping little plastic bubbles, it's made by a company who also make the real stuff so it should be pretty realistic.

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