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These JAWS Rubber Duckies Are Terrifyingly Cute

Not only is Steven Spielberg’s Jaws the first ever summer blockbuster, it’s still hands down the best blockbuster about summer. And it’s also the best movie blockbuster movies taking place on the 4th of July holiday. Yes, even more so than Independence Day, despite its title. So summer is the perfect time to buy some Jaws cosplaying rubber duckies, once again coming from the creative folks at TUBBZ and Numskull designs.

TUBBZ cosplaying rubber duckies featurung the characters from Jaws.


We’ve discovered these little Amity Island cuties thanks to the folks at Geeks are Sexy. Each of the Jaws cosplaying rubber duckies costs only $14.99 a pop. You can check out images of each one down below. Feel free to play the famous John Williams theme now. We’re already hearing it in our heads.

Bruce the Shark cosplaying rubber duckie.


All of our Jaws shark hunting heroes represent in these adorable cosplaying duckies. You’ve got crotchety old Quint, shark expert Matt Hooper, and Sherriff Martin Brody. Each duckie comes in a tiny tub with the classic Jaws logo and imagery.

Martin Brody from Jaws rubber duckie from TUBBZ.


And, of course, there’s Bruce the Shark. For those of you confused by the idea of the shark having a name and wondering when the heck the movie named him, it didn’t. “Bruce” was the name of Steven Spielberg’s lawyer, so on the set of Jaws, that was the nickname given to the shark model that never really worked properly. Hence, the shark named Bruce in Finding Nemo. 

Quint from Jaws rubber duckie from TUBBZ.


Sadly, there’s no S.S. Orca boat to go with them. They’re all just going to have to trade war stories and do drunken sing-a-longs in the tub with you instead. The Jaws cosplaying duckies are the latest in a line from TUBBZ featuring characters from beloved films and TV shows. They follow up other fantastic cosplaying duckies from Lord of the Rings, Star Trek, Ghostbusters, Jurassic Park, and more. To pre-order your Jaws rubber duckies and see more images, head on over to

Matt Hooper from Jaws cosplaying rubber duckie.


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