|Product Dimensions||25.4 x 13.97 x 30.48 cm; 997.9 Grams|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Manufacturer recommended age||5 - 7 years|
|Item model number||6060420|
|Language:||English, German, Multilingual|
|Number of pieces||1|
|Release date||1 Sept. 2021|
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Peek-A-Roo Interactive Panda-Roo Plush Toy with Mystery Baby and Over 150 Sounds and Actions, Kids’ Toys for Girls Aged 5 and above
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||25.4 x 14 x 30.5 centimetres|
|Age range (description)||5-10|
About this item
- INTERACTIVE POUCH: How you play with Momma-Roo changes her baby’s mood — Baby-Roo may pop out of the pouch slow and sleepy, bouncy and excited, and more With 10 moods to discover, play again and again
- 1 OF 3 MYSTERY BABIES SURPRISE TOYS: Which Baby-Roo will you find in Momma-Roo’s pouch? It’s a surprise You may find Violet, Rosie or Bluebell—these sweet Roos can’t wait to play with you and Momma-Roo
- OVER 10 GAMES AND SONGS: Momma-Roo and Baby-Roo love to play games and sing songs with you They can sing, dance, cuddle, play a game of hide-and-seek, Catch Me and more It’s so much fun
- OVER 150 SOUNDS AND ACTIONS: Peek-A-Roo comes to life with adorable sounds and actions She responds to your touch with sounds and movements, and senses where her baby is—you can see Baby move in her pouch
- Includes: 1 Peek-A-Roo and Baby, 1 Instruction Sheet
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4.6 out of 5
1,239 global ratings
A dancing, singing toy that young children will love interacting withPanda Roo feels like an evolution of toys like Hatchimals and even something like a Furby. If you child enjoyed either of these, then they're sure to love Panda Roo!As soon as your child opens the box, they'll appreciate how warm, friendly and cute Panda Roo has been designed. It has huge round eyes, incredibly soft and fluffy purple fur, and little heart shapes across her face and paws to show she's here to be loved. Based on the colours and the marketing for Panda Roo, this seems to be a toy designed primarily for girls of around 5 and over.Beyond the cuteness, there's a lot of interactivity offered by Panda Roo. We gave her to our niece who had a blast with the various features she offers. Perhaps the most exciting for her was that Panda Roo has a pouch and within this pouch is a baby Panda Roo. What's really cool is that there are a number of different baby Panda Roos available and so the first time your child tempts it out it's a big surprise as to which it will be and what it will look like. At first I was worried this could lead to disappointment if she didn't get the one she wanted, but looking online they're all equally cute and desirable. The only real difference is the colours (one blue with purple ears, one purple with pink ears, one pink with blue ears) and names (Violet, Rosie, and Bluebell).What's quite nice about Panda Roo is how educational she is. Our niece explained to us that she had to look after Panda Roo and her baby and show them lots of love to keep them happy. I think that's a nice message about maternity. Apparently, the baby has 10 different moods and depending on how you interact and how often these moods will change. In total, the box says there are 150 different sounds and actions. I'm sure we didn't see them all yet, but it's certainly true that every time we glanced over it seemed to be doing something different. Most of the actions and sounds involve happy chirping, singing or dancing. The animals of the baby moving around in the pouch are really sweet and even more so when he/she pops out!If I had to point towards some negatives I guess I'd say the toy is expensive at £60.00. This is likely to be one of the most wanted Christmas presents this year and it's a shame it wasn't a little cheaper. Added to that, I felt the sound quality wasn't amazing and movement mechanisms were a little noisy for a toy priced this high. All this said, our niece never once commented on these areas, so I think this is the kind of thing an adult notices, but a child really couldn't care less about :)So, overall, I think this is a lovely toy. £60 may seem a little expensive, but you are getting quite a lot here for the money if it's something your child is going to play with. I especially liked the message that the more love and attention you give something the happier it will be.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 October 2021
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 October 2021
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 December 2021
They were requested from Father Christmas and they brought joy and excitement. They seem sturdy and the girls are fascinated by them. You can even see the baby wriggling in the pouch.
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