Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Christmas Gift Guide- Zoomer Zuppies

My almost three year old son is now at the age that he wants EVERYTHING he sees on commercials. Lately, that includes anything with the name Zoomer in front of it. We were thrilled to receive the Zoomer Zuppies for review recently, and I have one happy boy! Princess is a fun little interactive pet that acts pretty similar to real pets. She has moods, and kind of does her own thing just like a real pet would. You can train the Zuppies by pressing the nose and the button on the back. I have read that Princess would interact with other Zuppies, so my son now has the Zoomer Zuppies, Spot on his Christmas list so we can see what all they do together!

Princess plays music, tricks and even whines when left alone. So far the AA batteries we put in have lasted through multiple plays so I would say that the battery life of this toy is pretty great. My son has accidentally dropped this a couple of times, and the Zoomer Zuppies seem to be a pretty durable little toy because it has not broken and still functioning how it should.


Overall, we are pretty happy with the Zoomer Zuppies! Anything that keeps my preschooler interested as long as Princess has is an awesome toy in my book! The Zuppies are a much smaller and more affordable version of the Zoomer family, so they are the great gift for the family on a budget! Check out my video of me learning to use Princess. Such a cute little Zuppy! 



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2 comments:

  1. This is on my daughters Christmas List!

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  2. So adorable! My granddaughter would love this!

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