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The Trend-Setting Fijit Friend
The Fijit Friends Interactive Toy Collection consists of four different Fijit Friends (sold separately), each with their own different personalities and jokes.
Soft, Tactile Skin Enables Lifelike Movements
This Fijit Friend is made with a durable plastic head, cute removable ears, and a squishy shell that's a delight to touch. Poke her belly to prompt cool movements and fun surprises.
Your new friend's body and head will turn, bounce, and wiggle. Even her LED face and eyes will light up in response to stimuli. With unique movements and a huggable form, she'll make a fascinating new BFF.
Watch as Your Fijit Friend Dances to the Beat
Play your own music and watch this Fijit Friend boogie in dance mode. Beat Sensors allow physical and emotional reactions to different styles of music--from slow ballads to lively pop tracks. Dance along as she rocks, twirls, and bounces to the beat. She'll even perform her own original songs.
Responds to Your Voice with Phrases, Jokes, and More
Eager to chat and make you laugh, this Fijit Friend features voice recognition, allowing her to identify over 30 voice commands and respond with more than 150 built-in phrases and jokes. When it's time for bed, wish your Fijit Friend a goodnight. Her belly will glow like a nightlight as she nods to sleep.
This Fijit Friend can also detect and respond to various media platforms, including mobile applications, webisodes, television commercials, and more.
What's in the Box
Willa Fijit Friend, five AA "Try-Me" batteries, and instructions.
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My daughter received her Fijit for Christmas and absolutely loves it.
It doesn't have to recognize more voice commands, which I know is much more technologically difficult, I just don't want to hear the exact same joke 3 times in a row.
Why do people waste their money on these things, and why can't toy manufacturers make something that doesn't give parents a headache!
Not only did the child of 8 love but there were a lot of adults that thought it was great and played with it more than Sam Best toy ever. Thanks.Published 2 months ago by Sheron Hayden