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7" Battery Operated Laughter-Loving Funny Buddy Monkeys

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$19.98

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There's a lot of monkey business going on with these laughter-loving primates - sure to become your child's favorite take-along pals. Tickle Buddy is quite lovable. Kids just hang him from their arm or door, and give him a tickle to send him into a fit of giggles. Chuckle Buddy's built-in motion sensor detects when someone is near and makes him start to roll around laughing. Both come with an on/off switch, and their laughter is contagious. Each require 3 AA batteries.

For ages 3 and up.

• From an arm or door, give him a tickle to send him into a fit of giggles
• Motion sensor detects when someone is near and makes him start to roll around laughing
• Comes with an on/off switch - each require 3 AA batteries up
• Size: 3" L x 7" H

Available Styles
Chuckle Buddy
Tickle Buddy

Size
3"L x 7"H "

5

Your kids will go apes for this monkey

Reviewed on: 10/2/2014 7:37:00 AM

This adorable motion-activated monkey can't help but make children and adults grin from ear to ear. It's a fun, happy toy. As a special educator, I use it as a motivating cause and effect toy that quickly brings smiles and laughs to my students.

5

Lot of laughs

Reviewed on: 12/30/2011 12:00:00 AM

The whole family got a kick out of this guy! We couldn't stop laughing. It was for my 2 yr. old grandson, but my 55 year old husband wants me to get him one to keep on his desk at work! A winner!

2

not what u expect

Reviewed on: 3/24/2011 12:00:00 AM

it did what it claims but the laugh is that of a human adult which was a bit scary.

3

cyclops monkey

Reviewed on: 3/4/2011 12:00:00 AM

The sensor looks like a third eye in the middle of the monkey's forehead! But in a wierd way, it adds to how funny this thing is!

1

Annoying toy

Reviewed on: 3/4/2011 12:00:00 AM

Bought for a two year old grandson, and he liked it for about 5 minutes and has ignored it since then. This is one of Grandma's "mistake" purchases.