CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Fisher-Price T.M.X. Tickle Me Extreme Cookie Monster
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- Tickle Me Extreme Cookie Monster doubles over with laughter
- Speaks humorous phrases; rolls from side to side
- Soft and huggable, 11 inches tall
- Includes Cookie Monster doll and 6 AA batteries
- Ages 18 months and older
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Press Cookie Monster's belly and watch him roll around the floor while laughing and blurting out hilarious comments -- then watch your preschooler do the same! Requires 4 "AA" batteries, not included. Measures 11" tall.
Part of the new Tickle Me Extreme friends, Tickle Me Cookie Monster is every bit as charming and fun as his popular friend, T.M.X. Elmo. When you touch his belly, this plush 11-inch doll falls backwards and giggles as he rocks back and forth. He even gets back up on his own! With googly eyes and soft blue fur, this Cookie Monster doll is cute, huggable, and a great toy for young children. He comes packaged in a cardboard carrying case with a handle at the top and a cutout to poke his ticklish tummy. Cookie Monster performs best on a hard, flat surface and requires six AA batteries (included) to bring him to life.
Laughter Is Contagious
Each T.M.X. friend has its own unique actions. The T.M.X. Cookie Monster features silly gyrations followed by humorous phrases. This motorized doll is so soft, kids can pick it up, snuggle with it, then put it down and watch it wiggle. It only takes two tickles to send Cookie Monster into hysterical laughter and kids soon find themselves giggling along. This doll has an incredible likeness to the actual Sesame Street character. Parents can add to the fun with T.M.X. Elmo or T.M.X. Ernie, sold separately.
During the tickle test, it became easy to see why the T.M.X. friends are in such demand. When you tickle Cookie Monster's belly, he doubles over in hysterics. The second time he is tickled, he falls over backwards, rolls from left to right, then gets back up again, saying, "That was good." The doll moves best on a hard, flat surface and struggles a little when placed on carpet. But that was the only setback discovered during the hands-on testing process. A discreet on-off switch on his foot allows you to turn the doll off, if you're in need of some quiet time. Overall, T.M.X. Cookie Monster makes a great toy for its target age range. Even adults will crack a smile as this jolly character shakes and rolls with laughter.
What's in the Box
Plush Cookie Monster doll, 6 AA batteries
Top Customer Reviews
Cookie Monster begins to laugh. He shakes and then falls over backwards. He sits back up and tries to control his laughter. He gets a second bout of laughter, rolls over onto one side and chuckles and kicks his legs. He then rolls onto his back, has a few more laughs, rolls onto his other side, then rolls to his back, and in a very funny effort, sits up after a few tries. He then stands and the motion ends.
When it works properly, it is adorable and people love it. The problem is that it doesn't always work as intended. Sometimes when he intends to sit up, the motion is so powerful that he tips over onto his face. From this point on, none of the motions follow the proper audio cues. If he does manage to sit properly, the other issue I encountered was when he's on his right side and tries to roll onto his back. One leg kicks back quickly and the momentum (as well as a balance peg in his back) is supposed to roll him over. Often this fails as the motion isn't adequate. These problems occur even on completely flat, hard surfaces as instructed. Of small help is a balance-sensing mechanism: Cookie Monster knows how he is positioned and will make several attempts to stand upright before stopping all motions. It is reasonably successful at this.
The toy is surprisingly heavy. The feet are very hard and contain the 6 batteries necessary. The motors I assume are in the legs/hips. The arms do not move.Read more ›
I haven't had any mechanical problem on my unit to this point, about 3 weeks of use.
Highly reccomended. By far the best of the three. Ernie is pretty good too, the Elmo is just annoying in my opinion.
Battery usage: elmo still works from sat-tues Vs. monster
needs new set of 6 batt as of tues a.m.
Size: elmo is taller & wider vs. monster (14.5"H vs. 11.5"H)
Action: elmo has 2 more mvement vs. monster
Sayings: monster has funnier sayings vs. elmo
Texture: both feel soft
Weight: Both are weighty & seem durable
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great toy, had to fix the rolling mechanism but other than that fine toyPublished 15 months ago by Jakob
gift for the granddaughter perfect and prompt shipping!! will shop again!Published 22 months ago by Dewayne
Tickle me Cookie is a bit small. My son loved it, but it was not a long lasting product. Even with new batteries, he doesn't seem to have the same laughing and rolling ability as... Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by muckster
The product I received was broken and they weren't able to replace it with a new one. Very disappointed!Published on October 7, 2010 by SC Mom
I saw a friend with this & LOVED IT... HAD TO HAVE IT... However, adorable.. But my son knocked it over while it was in play mode a few times & now it doesn't work properly... Read morePublished on May 14, 2010 by Regina Vasquez