Two Fingerling Monkeys – Willy and Milly – plus a crank-operated seesaw playset for hanging and swinging make this pick highly interactive and action-packed.
An expensive choice.
Features T-Rex, one of the latest and most popular members of the Fingerlings family. Kids love the bright colors and snapping jaws. Comes in several character/color combinations.
A few reports of duds that didn't perform as expected or that came with dead batteries. Some adults find the roar sounds annoying, but kids don't seem to mind.
A cute combination with a mini monkey BFF. Available in several color/name combinations. Features interactions that are similar to other Fingerlings characters.
Removing the mini monkey from the larger monkey's tail is easy, but putting it back on can be difficult. Occasional malfunctions noted.
Young fans will be eager to get this interactive unicorn. Several interactions, including neighing. Choice of characters/colors, including Jojo and Makenzie.
At least one parent reported a unicorn with a light that wouldn't power off, resulting in dead batteries. Otherwise, kids are very enthused about these unicorns.
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These little guys made their big debut in 2017 as one of the hottest holiday toys of the year, and their momentum hasn’t slowed down. Last year, there were only a few kinds … and the family has grown immensely since then, with lots of new Fingerlings to add to your kiddo’s collection (or begin one). These little toys wrap around your finger and respond to sound, touch, and movement by blinking their eyes, moving their heads, and chattering in their special Fingerling language. Fingerling playsets cost around $40, while individual toys cost about $15.
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