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Giant bubbles are possible with simple, homemade equipment. Giant bubbles can be the size of a large whale. Alan McKay of Wellington, New Zealand is on record as having created a bubble tunnel more than 100 feet long. A list of official world records can be found at recordholders.org.

Fun Fact! A six-foot diameter bubble requires as little as 3 to 4 ml (less than one teaspoon) of bubble juice. A 40-foot long tube with a 3-foot diameter may use only 15 ml (one tablespoon) of juice!

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Here are a few giant bubble videos. You can find many more big bubble videos on YouTube and Vimeo.

Edward's YouTube channel is here. You will find quite a few bubble-related videos.

Check out Dustin Skye's YouTube channel.

Please watch these videos at full-size HD (where possible) rather than at thumbnail size.

 
2012 10 30 Super Giant Bubbles

2012 10 30 Super Giant Bubbles

2011 11 Beach Bubbles

2011 11 Beach Bubbles

Beach Giants

 
Giant bubble @ 210fps

Giant bubble @ 210fps

A sunset bubble in slow motion from my village's bridge.(Didgivo)

Hyde Park Bubbles

Hyde Park Bubbles.

Bubbling Hyde Park

 
A Big Bubble from NWWRF 2011 Part 4 Bubble Busses

A Big Bubble from NWWRF 2011 Part 4 Bubble Busses

Big Bubbler makes a big one at NWWRF

Todd K's Giants with 12' Top-String

Todd K's Giants with 12' Top-String

Todd K creates world-class giants

 
May 26, Some Pretty Big Bubbles

May 26, Some Pretty Big Bubbles

See some bubbles made with the equipment and recipes found in this wiki!

Giant Soap Bubbles June 2013

Giant Soap Bubbles June 2013

Using a HEC based juice

 
Todd K's Bigger Bubbles

Todd K's Bigger Bubbles

Todd K's Big Bubbles

Todd K's Big Bubbles

 

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