Hoptimists stand for happiness and optimism, qualities not so often viewed. The Gustav Ehrenreich designed couple Bimble & Bumble were re-edited, since they haven't lost any of their magic yet.
As the name already reveals, Hoptimists ensure good mood by hopping. Bumble is Bimble's brother and it delights with wakeful glimpses and acts cleverly. The design of the Bumble comes from the year 1968, but nothing changed regarding the happy principle since then: When Bumble is pulled down or pushed, it floats to the sides and up and downwards. Bumble simply spreads well-being and happiness – something hard to leave, once known.
The Hoptimists ensured themselves a place all over the world in the 1970ies with this simple, but genius construction. And they still prove that the idea doesn't age: The Bumble and Bimble figures are a great decoration idea in children's rooms or on top of baby cots. The small ones will be delighted by the hopping Bumble, but also grownups will smile by the charm of the Hoptimists-series' figure.
Bumble is available in different colours.