Nov 24

WooWee Elektrokidz dance to your music.

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The WooWee company sells different robotic items. I am happy to bring you this review of their Elektrokidz.

About WooWee:

WowWee was founded in 1988 as an independent research and development and manufacturing company, focused on cutting-edge technologies.

The introduction of WowWee’s Robosapien™ robot in 2004 revolutionized the way we interact with entertainment robotic companions.

One of the most popular entertainment robots in the world, with global sales of more than 6 million units, the Robosapien robot was the first commercially available biomorphic robot – a fusion of technology and personality. The Robosapien humanoid product line evolved to include 2005’s Robosapien V2 robot, which added functionality like speech capability, and 2006’s RS Media™ robot, which featured a complete multimedia experience that allowed users to create and edit functions. In 2008 and 2009, the next generation of personality-packed companions—the RS Tri-Bot™, Joebot, and Roborover robots—was released and provided endless entertainment with different play modes.

With a focus on the development of breakthrough consumer technologies, WowWee continues to forge new categories in personal robotics and entertainment with its imaginative, innovative, award-winning gadgets and toys. Consumers can see items from several distinct product lines –WowWee Robotics™, Paper Jamz®, Light Strike™, Lite Sprites™, WowWee Alive™, WowWee FlyTech™, WowWee Technologies™ – that include innovations that walk, talk, jam, fire, color, purr, fly, and project.

The WowWee group of companies maintains operations in Hong Kong, Carlsbad (California), Montreal (Canada), New York (New York), and Wauthier-Braine (Belgium).


Woo Wee Elektrokidz


Product Description:

Elektrokidz are the first ever music–inspired collectables that dance to the beat of the music you are listening to!
There are 6 unique Elektrokidz that come in 6 different finishes, including black matte and shiny gold. Each come with their own stylized shades.
Each Elektrokidz also has its own special hair movement that dances to the beat and no two Elektrokidz hair dance the same way, so collect them all for the complete party!
  • Music-inspired collectables that dance to the beat of any music you are listening too
  • Beat detection – picks up lowest and/or loudest frequency and moves hair to that beat
  • No wires no connectivity, it simply listens for the music
  • 6 different elektrokidz with 6 different hairstyles. Each hairstyle has its own unique way of dancing to the beat
  • Age: 6+
  • Batteries: 4 x LR44 + 4 x LR44 (Extras) (Included)

My Review:

These dancing dolls are very cute and unique,the hair of these dolls move to the beat of your music. My daughter is 19 and loves hers. There are no wires to hook up to the doll. You simply turn it on and play your music like you normally would. Electrokidz come in 6 different designs and at only $14.99 you can collect them all. I think this is a great gift for that hard to buy for teen. Teenagers always like unique and different things. If it involves music that makes it even better! Here is a video to show how it looks in action.

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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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