Just like the wildly popular Hamster Chatimal™, the cheeky Chatimal™ Talking Monkey loves to repeat what you say, but in his own funny voice. Simply squeeze his left paw and then record a short message (up to five seconds long). He'll repeat the message back to you in a funny, high pitched voice. Speak again and he'll continue to respond (if there's a silence of more than 30 seconds, just squeeze his hand again). Requires 3 AA batteries (not included). Makes a hilariously fun gift for all ages. Included trial batteries last only a short time.
For ages 4 and up.
• Repeats what you say in his own critter voice • Squeeze his paw to record a short message • Has a funny, high pitched voice • Makes a hilariously fun gift
Size approx. 9"H
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4.3 (based on 4 customer reviews)
Not as expected
Comments about Product: This monkey is so small and I thought it would record my grandson's voice for memories. It was not what I expected. It's small and sounds like a chipmunk. Advise to read description.
Comments about Product: My 1yr+8month nephew loves this. He doesn't quite get how you have to speak after pinching the hand and the light comes on. But his sister, brothers parents and grandparents can help by saying something. When it repeats back in its funny voice, my nephew always laughs. The monkey's mouth moving, like it's talking, is funny too. His sister and cousins have Furbys that he likes also, but Furbys are too complicated for him since you have to talk to them, take care of them, and such. This is just right for him to enjoy a stuffed animal that "talks back", but not as complicated as Furbys and the like.
Comments about Product: My 3 year old got this for Christmas. This is hands down his favorite gift. He loves hearing the monkey repeat what he says and songs on the radio. The bottom fell out where the batteries are housed. I just stitched the bottom together tighter and works well enough. I would buy this again. My son takes "George" every where he goes.