I think nowadays it is hard to impress our kids with any technologically advanced toys, but not for Spin Master toy team. Every year they bring fantastic tech toys to the market for everyone enjoy from young kids to adults. And this year is not an exception; we are very excited to introduce new Zoomer Dino, our family new prehistoric friend with real dinosaur movements, feelings and interactions.
Zoomer Dino comes in a cool treasury chest, everyone around was so curious what was inside when it came. We like how smoothly Boomer roams around the house thanks to its sophisticated legs. Zoomer Dino can show up somewhere unexpectedly and sometimes scares me with its roar or pass by very fast touching us with its tail. Boomer can be cute, friendly but you can learn about its wild nature if try to pull its tail or push the angry button. If you wave your hand in front of Dino’s head, take a look at the tail, Dino will wiggle it like a puppy.
Want to see Boomer chomping then push the teeth button. When Teddy saw Dino chomping he said that it wants to eat something. Oh, no, Dino is just trying to play with you.
When we gather together and try to play with Zoomer Dino, it becomes a totally chaotic jumping and running circus, one moment I even questioned who controls the situation, we or Zoomer Dino. It is always so much fun. Teddy even wanted to take Zoomer Dino to our mini-trip to Niagara Falls.
Zoomer Dino can be controlled remotely using a control pad, that’s how our adventures start. You can hide somewhere and forward Dino where you want. We often use Dino to steal the attention and invite to change the activities. Boomer’s flexibility and speed are impressive, it can sit, fell on its head, run very fast and everything can be controlled remotely.
As for Dino’s pretty eyes, it can change them to reflect its mood from being lovely and curious to angry and playful.
And finally, Teddy proudly added Zoomer Dino to his Toy Story cast to play Rex, he never had such an interactive dinosaur before.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Zoomer. The opinions and text are all mine.