Wet Head Game

Wet Head is a water roulette game. Fill Wet Head with cold water, strap on the water filled Wet Head, spin the spinner and follow the instructions on the spinner based on where the arrow lands. spin the top and pull out any one of the rods. If you stay dry, pass Wet Head to the next player. Make Wet Head the perfect game for any season by adjusting the amount of water you use to play. Fill Wet Head to brim when outside in the summer heat. Bring the fun indoors for winter by using a minimal amount of water. Summer or winter, the question remains the same, “Will you be the next Wet Head'”.

Product Features

  • One set includes wet head hat water container, water container plug 8 rods and spinner
  • Go to #wetheadchallenge
  • It’s time to take your chances and get WET N’ WILD WITH WET HEAD!
  • Water Roulette game
  • Will you be the next wet head?

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3 Responses to Wet Head Game

  1. Chelsey C says:

    The best game on a hot day!

  2. Chrissy says:

    My 3 year old is delighted!! My 3 year old absolutely loves this game. She has seen many videos on youtube of people doing the wethead challenge and she wanted one for herself very badly. The age limit on the game says 4 years old, but I imagine that is just because the helmet is a little big for her head. She doesn’t understand the game play exactly, but it has been her favorite toy since it arrived in the mail a couple months ago. She plays it by herself, inside, and we call it the dryhead game. She also happily plays on…

  3. Anonymous says:

    My daughter had been bugging me for this game for what felt like centuries. I finally caved and she was so excited. The very first day that it arrived it was like she won the lotto. You would have thought she won the publishers clearing house sweepstakes or something. It was out of the packaging and being set up to play within a few minutes of its arrival. It did not disappoint. Her and her friend had such a great time. We made sure the water was nice and frosty. She has played with it numerous…

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