WowWee Toys: Wow!


Recently, the WowWee Company sent us some of their cool toys to take a look at. Our kids LOVE being toy testers! I mean, isn’t that kind of like a kid’s dream job? Following Ice Cream or Candy Tester, maybe.

First we had a ton of fun with the Elektrokidz. This little guy was hilarious. He came with his own set of super stylish shades, but the really fun thing is that his hair (yes, his hair) dances to music! We have all enjoyed laughing at him when his hair dances a jig when he’s set in front of a speaker or the TV. Even the 2 year old has gotten in on the fun by shouting at him to make his hair move. We love that he came with batteries and even extra batteries! You can find Elektrokids here.


Our next friendly little creature is Noomie. Check out this video of this great little toy:

Great, right? Fun, no? Noomie is an ultra interactive toy that changes personalities when she changes accessories. We felt that it was more ‘girl’ focused, (although there certainly would be some little boys who would enjoy this toy) so we are gifting it to a little friend, but we loved everything that Noomie will do. Just pop in one of her six accessories and watch what happens! It will become a best friend! Learn more about Noomie here.

And finally, we took a look at the Tipster Robot. Here’s his video:

Tipster is a great new “first” robot for young children. There are five different play modes and a remote. This particular toy was a bit too young for our oldest, and we didn’t feel as though the 2 year old was quite ready for a toy like this. It would be perfect for kids in the 4 to 6 age bracket. It’s interactive and educational, too! It teaches balancing, stacking, counting and more. You can learn more about Tipster here.

WowWee has several more super cool toys for kids of all ages. Visit their website here to see what your kids would love!

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