Water helmets are devices created so that water breathers can come into Sandy's treedome. They first appear in the episode "Tea at the Treedome," coinciding with the first appearance of their creator, Sandy Cheeks.


They are circle-shaped helmets filled with water, worn by water breathers/sea creatures so they can be in Sandy's treedome without dehydrating from the lack of water. They also come in various shapes and sizes to comply with certain sea creatures.

In their first appearance in "Tea at the Treedome," they contain two openings (with the difference between their usual appearance being the hole at the top) so that SpongeBob and Patrick can easily drink the tea that Sandy made for them.

Role in series

Sandy originally used water helmets for SpongeBob and Patrick when they shriveled up in "Tea at the Treedome." Later, they were used conventionally for any sea creature who came to her treedome.



  • They are similar to Sandy's air helmet.
  • The water helmets bear a striking resemblance to fish bowls.
  • In The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, Plankton uses a glass of water to go in Sandy's treedome because they do not make water helmets in his small size.
  • Even though Mr. Krabs does not need to wear a water helmet to enter Sandy's treedome in "The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom" since he is a crab (who can breathe both air and water), he is seen wearing one nevertheless while at her treedome in "Overbooked."
  • In "Pranks a Lot," when SpongeBob and Patrick are hiding in a sheet in Sandy's treedome, their water helmets are not seen in said sheet.

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