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Kuchipaku Animal Speaker

  • Elephant
  • Bunny
  • Frog
  • Penguin
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$44.95 (You save $30.00)
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Product Description

Well, as far as I'm concerned, we can all just stop, because I'm afraid this right here is the pinnacle of human achievement!

Ok. Maybe that's a stretch, but you have to admit these cute little guys are pretty awesome, and I bet they aren't like any stuffed animal you've ever seen. You see, all you need are two AA batteries (included) and any device that plays music (stereo, iphone, ipod, etc.). Plug the provided cord into the device's headphone jack, press play, and all of a sudden your new best friend starts singing and dancing along with the music. And the best part? It's a great speaker that provides clear, crisp, wonderful sound. As if that wasn't enough, there's also an internal microphone that can pick up sound even from across a crowded room. Switch the setting, place them near a musical device and watch them come alive. If there's a kid (or a kid at heart) in your life who loves music or animals or things that are just straight up adorable, this is hands down the best present you can find!

But don't take my word for it! We recently hired a new advertising agency, The Stuffed Animal Robot Singers, and they've got a thing or two to say as well...

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Warranty Information

We found that you'll need a little Phillips head screwdriver to install the batteries, and here are some words of wisdom from the good folks at neo-utility -

Since this product is a precision instrument, the following behavior may cause damage on the product:
- Do not hold tight or pull, head, arms and legs hard.
- Hold the body when you carry the product. Further, do not shake it hard.
- Do not touch the product while in operation.
- Play this product on a flat space to prevent it falling to the floor while in operation.