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Fisher-Price Imaginext Big Foot The Monster

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  • The Imaginext Big Foot includes a remote control, ball, speech and lots of personality
  • Remote toggle allows him to walk forward and backwards and the six buttons are happy, angry, sleep, fun, balland exercise
  • Hear him roar and watch him pound his fists or raise his arms above his head and shake his fists
  • Press the ball button and hear him say things like "play" and watch him throw the ball
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Product Description

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Product Description

The Fisher-Price Imaginext Big Foot the Monster is a personable and fun wireless remote-control companion that boasts a wide range of reactions and features. This battery-powered behemoth will talk, roll, tumble, and express emotions--all via remote control. Kids from 36 months to 8 years old will laugh at his fun antics, speech, and emotive face as he ambles around the house.

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The Fisher-Price Imaginext Big Foot the Monster is a personable and fun wireless remote-control companion that boasts a wide range of reactions and features. This battery-powered behemoth will talk, roll, tumble, and express emotions--all via remote control. Kids from 36 months to 8 years old will laugh at his fun antics, speech, and emotive face as he ambles around the house.

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Big Foot the Monster

Ages: 3 to 8 years
Requires: Two AA batteries (Rechargeable battery and charger included); Phillips screwdriver


What We Think

Fun factor: 4 starts
Durability: 4 starts
Ease of assembly: 4 starts
Educational factor: 4 starts
Novelty factor: 4 starts

The Good: Expresses human-like emotions and offers several amusing movements

The Challenging: Big Foot's movements are very loud on hard surfaces

In a Nutshell: A fun remote control toy with lots of personality
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Big Foot - acrobatic movements

Big Foot can perform a number of fun, acrobatic movements. View larger.
Big Foot - remote control

Kids can easily control Big Foot using the intuitive, large-button remote control.
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A Big Monster with a Big Personality
Made of hard plastic with a patch of fuzzy synthetic hair on his head, Big Foot executes his movements via remote control and jointed shoulders, elbows, and hips. Designed after the famous mythical monster that inhabits the woods of the Pacific Northwest, Big Foot features movable limbs, brows, eyes, and jaws that offer puppet-like movement. You can also interact with Big Foot directly--he has several buttons on his body that trigger different reactions.

He also comes with two plastic accessories: a red ball that he can throw and a plastic green leaf for fancy. As expected with a toy that walks and tumbles, Big Foot may scuff due to everyday wear, but the plastic is easy to clean with a damp cloth and mild soap.

A Monster that Burps, Laughs, and Talks
With the wireless remote control, your kids will have Big Foot walking, rolling forward and backward, exercising, sleeping, expressing anger (he's hungry!) or joy (you're his buddy!). Your kids can even place the red ball in his right hand and use the remote to have him toss it. This charming monster will also perform random acts via the remote's wild card button.

With a bank of over 30 phrases, words, and funny noises, Big Foot will amuse your kids with his personality. Not limited by functions on the remote, your kids can interact directly with him by touching his jaw to make him chomp and burp or his belly to tickle him and make him laugh.

You and your children will enjoy hanging out with Big Foot on carpeted surfaces with ample space. He'll move great on hard floors, but his tumbling and rolling can be loud against such surfaces.

Easy to Set Up
This toy comes with a 7.2V Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack and charger. All you'll need for set up are two AA batteries for the remote control and a Phillips-head screwdriver. Snap Big Foot's arm into its socket, put in the batteries, and he'll be ready to entertain.

What's in the Box
Big Foot Toy, detachable arm, two plastic toy pieces, wireless remote control, 7.2V Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack, charger, and safety instructions.

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Product Information

Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
Product Dimensions 6.5 x 14 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 12 ounces
Shipping Weight 8.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B00388DKXA
Item model number T2742
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 8 years
Best Sellers Rank #77,979 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#101 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > RC Figures & Robots
#292 in Industrial & Scientific > Robotics > Domestic & Personal Robots
#32,128 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 131 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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By Amy Mcfarland on October 10, 2010
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My son got this for his 4th birthday. He was THRILLED to get it, and couldn't wait to get it home and start playing with it. He even tried to take it to bed the first night!
The first few days, he played with it repeatedly throughout the day. After a few days, he tired of it. He still enjoys the remote control aspect, but only uses it for 5 minutes or so at a time.
Pros: The BigFoot can do some pretty neat stuff, especially to a 4-year old boy! With the touch of a button, he roars, flips, burps, yells and throws a ball. The first time my son had him flip, he thought it was amazing and couldn't wait to do it over and over again. The remote is also easy to operate, and has just enough buttons to make it interesting and not overly complicated for the age group.
Cons: Some of the actions are not performed quite as smoothly or easily as on the commercials. For instance, to get the BigFoot to throw the ball, you have to place the ball just so, and hope the mechanical thumb closes around it. If it doesn't lock or close tight enough, the ball just falls right back out. Also, the ball doesn't really get thrown so much as dropped with style. Still entertaining for a 4-year old, but only after many, many frustrating efforts getting the ball to stick. Another con is the sheer size/weight of the toy. When it flips over or falls backwards, it lands with a boom. My son used it in a bedroom with laminate wood floor, and there is now a little chip in the floor from the BigFoot landing with such force. It makes odd mechanical noises when it breaths and moves its arms in resting mode, and when it moves around. This makes it a little hard to hear it talk at times, over the whirring.
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My son got this for Christmas. Work good for the first few minutes then it locked up and gave 3 beep error. Took apart to investigate noticed a switch under the mouth. By depressing the switch the toy came back to life. This can be done by opening and closing the mouth (unit reset). The unit would lock everytime you would ask the toy to excersise. So took it back for another one. The second unit worked good but the thumb for the ball was stuck. Again took apart and noticed the unit was assembled wrong. Corrected the thumb by correct installation. Unit now works as advertised. So unless you are a Mechanical Engineer (like myself) this toy is not for you. When working toy is ok
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By ftmom39 on January 21, 2015
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This is a great toy. It is so funny and often will do the unexpected. He farts and burps and quacks. It also does back flips and will move itself forward and says ouch if it falls over. My 8 year old son really enjoys playing with it, but his younger brother and sister like it too and ok, I do play with him sometimes. We did purchase it used and when I received the toy, he already had a charged battery and was advertised as working well, so I felt like this was a good way to go with this toy because I read some reviews complaining that the battery needed charged or the toy not working properly. He is a bit on the expensive side, but I'm sure all my kids will enjoy playing with him. The rechargeable battery was an issue right at first because they played with him a lot, but now they just play with him here and there, so the battery usually last for about a week before it needs to be recharged.
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What a horrible waste of money. I have two sons (2 and 5). The two year old LOVED this. He would give him hugs and cover him up with a blanket when Bigfoot would "sleep". My first clue that this toy wasn't worth the $$ was when after being charged for 4 hours on Christmas morning, it needed to be recharged AGAIN after the boys played with him for 30 minutes. Now, 4 days after Christmas the speaker in Bigfoot is broke! He makes all the facial and hand gestures, even still walks and flips (for now) but there is no sound coming out. My 5 year old is a bit sad but my two year old is still crying and asking for Bigfoot to talk.

Please, save yourself the cash and get something that will LAST!
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Bought this for my grandson age 4. Before we gave it to him we tried it out and had a lot of fun ourselves. At first he was to scared of it to play with so his younger sister took it over and had a blast. He play's with it now though.
His parents love it too.
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Bought this for my 4 yr old grandson over 2 yrs ago. This is a pretty amazing little robot. Eye brows, Eyes, and mouth move. Kind of cute watching the grown ups argue with the kids over Who's turn it was.The amount of features It has is a bit over whelming for a 4 yr old but by 6 he had it mastered. Big Foot has been dropped, banged, thumped, and bumped and still works great. Has been passed down to his 3 yr old brother who is too young to figure out all the buttons but he loves it.
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Our Grandson LOVED this little monster of a toy! It is by no means as large as it appears in this photo, It appears to stand nearly as tall as the child, but in reality it is maybe a foot and a half tall if that.
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Against their better wishes, my parents bought this toy for my nine month old daughter as an X-mas gift. It took a lot of convincing on my part to get them to understand that she would love this somewhat expensive toy. Yes, she is a bit young for this toy, but I think I fell in love with him. -Blush- My daughter was entertained by the Bigfoot display at our local Target; she giggled when she watched him twist and turn in his plastic display cage. Anytime I can get her to smile and giggle is a good thing, so I thought Bigfoot would be an entertaining toy for her.

As one would guess, at first, she was afraid of Bigfoot. But once Bigfoot rolled the little red ball (one of the accessories included with the toy) to her, she was in love. Now, when Bigfoot sits inactive on the floor, my daughter will crawl/roll towards him and hold his hand. She is also intrigued by Bigfoot's small patch of hair. I have a cat and my daughter always grabs at his fur or tail. I've obviously been teaching her the proper way to pet a cat, so my cat petting lesson has started to get through to her. Instead of grabbing at Bigfoot's hair, she gently rubs her hand across it. Also, this morning, I saw her kissing Bigfoot. This is something I showed her to try to convince her that Bigfoot shouldn't be viewed as something bad or scary. She has become so familiar and friendly with Bigfoot that she now commands him by slapping on the remote control. It seems as though she is actually understanding the function of each button. Even further, after Bigfoot rolls the ball to her, she tries to hand it back to him. I'm hoping this action is building up her hand/eye coordination.

Overall, just like many of the toys made for kids, Bigfoot is just a big piece of plastic that makes noise, and that's fine with me.
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