D-Rex Interactive Dinosaur Toy
Seems like there are robotic animals everywhere this Christmas. Whether it is dogs, cats or hamsters, kids seems
to love these silicon critters.
Iâ€™m not completely sure why kids love them so much. I guess they are fun and cuddly without having the same
kinds of demands that a real pet might have. They could be used as a primer for a real pet in the future so that
parents can gauge how the child behaves with the creature. They are also cheaper and can be switched off and put in
the cupboard for a few weeks without having to worry about them. This is good for young kids and a lot less
So if your children are keen on a robotic pet for Christmas then look for something a little out of the box in
terms of robotic animals. Get an interactive dinosaur toy instead ! sure to be a favorite
Christmas toy for kids this year.
Most children go through a dinosaur phase. They seem fascinated by the size and just how out of this world the
creatures look (or looked). They capture a young child's imagination in fact. So if your children are going through
this phase what better way to delight them than by getting them their very own dinopet. An interactive dinosaur toy
like the D-Rex is can make a great gift or present. It will fascinate kids and have them playing for hours. Here is
a brief breakdown on the D-Rex interactive dinosaur.
D-Rex Interactive Dinosaur - Tyrannosaurus Rex
Interactive Dinosaur D-Rex is a popular Robotic dinosaur toy. Although he is quite expensive, he is a medium
priced model of the robotic dinosaur genre of toys. He stands around 22 inches high and has all the tell tale looks
that you expect of the king of the dinosaurs. A big mouth with sharp looking teeth, huge legs and a flicking tail
and teeny little arms that seems to serve no purpose.
D-Rex has realistic looking skin to touch and look at. It is made from a rubber material that is cold to the
touch and appears to stretch as he moves much like real dinosaur skin might have moved.
D-Rex also has a snapping set of jaws, moving yellow eyes and a tail that waggles from time to time. He can even
change his facial expressions based on his mood/mode and what he is doing. This is quite charming and will having
you in fits of laughter for the first few times. Whatâ€™s more he moves. His legs can take him all over the house,
based on the mode you set him in.
There are 5 modes that you can set him in. These are
Attack â€“ He attacks things that move, his bark is as bad as his bite in this mode. He will roar and then try
to crunch anything in his way with those snappy jaws.
Prank â€“ Pranks is the joke mode. He lets off funny sounds like burping and other unmentionables. Maybe heâ€™s
been eating too many Brontosaurus steaks.
Seek â€“ He will trek across the lounge or house looking for you. He detects you by flicking his tongue out and
picking up your scent (only joking..he uses a motion and noise sensor)
Guard â€“ Put him on sentry duty outside your room. Heâ€™ll roar at Mom (or anyone else for that matter) that tries
to annoy you.
Wisdom â€“ Ask him questions and he will answer â€“ just call him guru drex.
The D-Rex interactive dinosaur will have the family in stitches. No, not because he is biting everyone, but
because he is truly hilarious to watch and interactive with. Heâ€™ll be a favorite toy for children 8 years and up.
Some adults will probably like to have a D-Rex too. Remember that he requires four â€œCâ€ batteries, which come in
the packaging, and two â€œAAâ€ batteries that do not come with the packaging.
Go get the D-Rex interactive dinosaur toy today
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