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Fisher-Price Disney/Pixar Toy Story 3 Big Roarin' Rex
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- Toy Story 3 character, Rex, comes to life in a big way with Big Roarin' Rex
- 13" tall, plush dinosaur with roto molded head and arms
- Squeeze his body tight and then release to let out a big "Roar"
- The tighter your squeeze, the longer and bigger the roar Rex will make
- Kids will love to hug and squeeze one of their favorite Toy Story character
Recommended Age Range: 24 Months - 72 Months Description:
The excitement of the Toy Story 3 character Rex comes to life in a big way with Big Roarin' Rex!Â
Big Roarin' Rex is a 13" tall plush dinosaur with roto molded head & arms.Â Squeeze his body tight then release to let out a big "roar!"Â The tighter your squeeze the longer & bigger the roar Rex will make!Â Kids will love to hug & squeeze one of their favorite Toy Story characters and make Rex roar - just like the Toy Story 3 movie!
- Product Measures 13" x 7" x 12"
- Recommended Ages: 2 - 6 years
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Christmas day, my nephew unwrapped the dinosaur and gave it a squeeze. Out comes the roar - my nephew bursts out laughing and gives the dinosaur a huge bear hug. It was adorable. Everyone had to take turns squeezing it.
If you want something that sounds like a roaring, mean dinosaur, by all means get something else. If you want something hilarious that a toddler will get a kick out of, I can't recommend this guy enough.
it was the only one there, so i couldn't compare one rex's roar to another's, but i can see how if the "floor model" were played with too much, or treated badly, you could take home a dud. it's also likely that some shoddy "diaphragms" as another reviewer called them are out there. so, best bet is to buy this in person so you can test out the ROAR! before you take it home.
if you get a good one, it's totally sweet, and will amuse your inner child as well as any "real" children that may be around!
3/19/11 update: i have seen a few more of these at different stores now and most of their roars are pretty weak, which is very disappointing. perhaps it's because they've been on the shelves longer and played with more?
The toy's roar is based on a diaphram type bag inside, which based on as it says on the box, "the harder you squeeze, the louder i roar!" I actually saw several of this toy at the store i went to. out of the 7 or so REX's, about a third had nice roar's that actually had the power to blow his jaw open to give a good looking dino roar. The rest of the one's had weak diaphram bags inside them, and only gave out lil "huh huh" sounds not too far off from a patient struggling to breath from emphysema.
He's soft, so wont worry about my nephew sleeping with it. The head is hard, so not the best thing to use as a weapon, as it can do some damage. Ours hasnt broken yet. But i would assume that this isnt a toy that would last, if someone sat on it.
Maybe each Rex is different, I didn't have any others on hand to try out, but Hubby said he did and they all sounded the same. The first couple days my son avoided this thing like the plague. After he warmed up to him, he'd squeeze him a couple times, yank on his jaw, then throw him in the corner and look for something more entertaining to play with. Overall, not a great toy, and one I don't really recommend unless you child just haaaaas to have it.