Last week we celebrated my sons birthday and if there is one thing that that boy totally loves, it is dinosaurs. So, for his birthday we gave him probably one of the coolest new toys for 2014 that I have ever seen! This toy is so awesome, in fact, that I just had to share it with you. Please, meet Zoomer, the new toy dinosaur pet from SpinMaster.
Zoomer arrived on my doorstep in the cage above. While I had already watched some YouTube videos of this toy before it arrived, the suspense of what this techy new toy was actually going to be like had us all sitting on the edge of our seats. With what we found inside, my son was beyond thrilled.
Inside the scary looking box marked “DANGER” we found a cute miniature dinosaur, a charging cable, a training guide and an easy to use remote control.
After a quick charge with a USB port our pet dino was ready to run and without reading the instructions we simply started pushing the buttons on the remote control. What we found was that this toy is very user friendly. The dinosaur can be moved frontwards, backwards and turned around in circles. With the remote he can also be made to chomp his teeth and get mad.
Part of the fun of this toy is trying to teach the pet dinosaur to behave. This can be done by utilizing the sensors found on his nose and using your hands to gesture commands to the dinosaur. For instance, by placing your hand in front of the dinosaur he will learn to sit down on command. Isn’t that cool?
Even with all of the dinosaur traits this toy portrays, it is also very friendly and funny too. If Zoomer the dinosaur is left to himself, he will start to wander around on his own, sniffing and exploring his new surroundings. He may even want to come up and cuddle! Plus, from time to time, Zoomer will let out a little “toot” and giggle or even sometimes burp the alphabet. You know, the things little boys love to laugh at. But all together, we have found Zoomer to be a lot of fun to have around.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Zoomer. The opinions and text are all mine.