Interactive Remote Control Dog Toy review
Today I am reviewing an Interactive Remote Control Dog Toy.
Product Features:(Taken From Amazon Product Listing)
- FUN WHILE LEARNING This remote control puppy is a wiz at maths! With over 200 maths questions (50 each Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division) your child will be a pro in no time. Includes instruction booklet with questions and answers
- CUTE AMERICAN CHILDREN’S ACCENT helps your child enjoy learning as a game. Get a question right and the light up interactive pet puppy gives commendation, but if you get it wrong he’ll give you another chance
- CAMERA, LIGHTS, ACTION! This awesome robot puppy plays music in Showtime mode while generally showing off with his own light show. Interactive dog toy will bark and nod his head in sync.
- This is one of the best interactive remote control dog toys for girls and boys – he talks, walks, runs, barks, sings, wags his tail, lights up and is programmed with over 200 questions to get your little ones learning. Requires 3 x AA batteries (not included); Dimensions approx: H17 x W13.5 x L21cm
This is a nicely sized RC Dog, with a body that is reminiscent of what a robot dog would look like. The one I am reviewing is coloured in Blue and White, but there is also a Pink and White one too. The Dog runs on four AA batteries, which live under a screw on cover on the underbelly area. I had a slight issue getting two of the batteries to stay in during installation and had them just randomly pop out as I tried to get the battery cover back on, which gives me some slight concern about the build quality of this product.
The remote control is shaped like a bone, which is rather cute. The remote buttons are Pink, regardless of what colour Dog you buy. It has 12 easy to use and well responsive buttons. The remote is powered by two AA batteries.
I’m rather happy this uses AA batteries in both the remote and control and this means I can easily pick the batteries up for £1 from my local pound shop and not waste loads of money on expensive batteries.
The dog also has interactive features such as asking math questions and getting an answer from the user. As well as this it also has a light system, music that plays while in standby and other Dog actions such as barking, running, tail wagging and walking.
This is a fun toy dog to play with, walking about and getting it to sit and bark is fun and has really had my son lost in hours of fun, even I have enjoyed playing with it and can definitely say it’s going to be one of those overused toys.
The one place it is a letdown, however, is the voice, which in the description is described as a ‘cute American accent’. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem cute, or American and it can be pretty hard for me as an adult to understand with certain words, and if it’s hard for me, then it’s hard for my son, which is true in this case. Now I’m not saying every word is not understandable, some are and some aren’t and because this is a main feature of this RC Dog, this and the build quality are the reasons I am only giving this toy 3 out of 10.
A fun little toy that has managed to provide my son with hours of entertainment. The only letdowns lay within the voice of the Dog and the description that describes it as a ‘cute American accent’ and the questions over build quality.
Please Note: I received this product at a discounted price in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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