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Elefun

by Hasbro

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  • It's leapin' laughin' fun for everyone! You'll catch more than butterflies in this energetic game
  • Catch all the butterflies you can as Elefun blows them around with his trunk
  • Giggles also spread like wildfire as kids scurry and scoop as many butterflies as they can
  • With one deep breath, Elefun blows his 4-foot trunk straight up sending colorful butterflies into the air
  • How many can you catch
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 7.9 x 10.5 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001R6ATXO
  • Item model number: 5294
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Batteries 4 C batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,418 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
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Elefun

From the Manufacturer

It's leapin' laughin' fun for everyone! You'll catch more than butterflies in this energetic game. Giggles also spread like wildfire as kids scurry and scoop as many butterflies as they can. With one deep breath, Elefun blows his 4-foot trunk straight up sending colorful butterflies into the air. How many can you catch?

Customer Reviews

My daughter played this game at a friend's house and loved it.
Eddysdoll2007
No matter what batteries we used this toy just didn't have the ooompf to blow the little butterflies in the air.
A. Brick
And the butterflies should go back into the elephant without taking the trunk off.
Brian G. Brown

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By E. A. Stafford on December 25, 2009
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Oh, how my son loves this game! He (4 years old) is just one big old ball of giggles every time he plays!

To address a few "cons" listed by other reviewers:

Butterflies stuck in trunk...just snip a few inches of the trunk length and you're good. This also prevents the trunk from flopping over during play. It is made longer than it needs to be.

Not enough butterflies...you can buy more from the manufacturer or you can use tissue paper cut and twisted to make your own.

Nets being unsafe...that is utterly ridiculous. You would have to really work hard to get it over a kids head!

Fan running slow...you need to use good batteries, not the cheapos.

It works great for us and the kids love it.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Brian G. Brown on March 6, 2010
Have you seen the ads for this product? A burst of butterflies explodes from the end of the elephant's trunk, to the delight of elated children.

In reality, the motor driving the fan in actual production models is far too weak to ever do that, even on fully charged batteries. A full set of four "C" sized batteries won't last long. If you don't spend big bucks on premium batteries, you may get 30 minutes out of them before the flow of butterflies slows to a trickle, then stops, as there is no longer enough power to push even one up into the trunk.

The trunk itself is made from flexible plastic. It will be well creased from being stored flat in the box, and these creases will help keep those butterflies inside the elephant instead of up in the air. When you remove it to replace butterflies, you will see many still trapped inside. Then, when you replace it for another play, you will have to straighten the trunk by hand, smoothing out the creases as best you can, because the fan lacks the power to lift the plastic.

This toy really needs to be powered by electrical mains. The trunk should be cloth with a spiral wire support. And the butterflies should go back into the elephant without taking the trunk off. The extra cost of those materials would be well worth it, because it would make the toy fun more than just once, and it wouldn't eat batteries like a amp-hour glutton.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Noname TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 4, 2009
I have a 4 year old and 1 year old and they love this toy. Cheap batteries don't last in this toy, you need the super high quality ones. As for butterflies not coming out, it works just fine with new batteries. You may have to bend the wings out a bit. They come folded in one direction, just flip them the other way, so they open up and look more like butterflies. The trunk stays up if you bring it up manually after turning it on and it will stay up even after turning it off. Don't use it on soft carpet because the unit will not turn on that way. You can solve that problem by placing a book underneath, though. My only recommendation is that they include more butterflies.

UPDATE:

My oldest is now 8. The kids still enjoy this toy at the grandparents' house. It has lasts many years and both my children and my niece and nephew enjoy it. The trunk is getting worn but I'd say we've gotten our money's worth.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Happy Homebody on January 25, 2011
My two-year-old son had played this game at a relative's house, and we decided to get one for ourselves. We used brand-name fresh batteries, as recommended by other reviewers, and it was fun for about six games. After that, it started to slow down, so I removed about 4" of the trunk, as suggested by another reviewer. That didn't do much, and by the tenth or so time using it, barely any butterflies were coming out. I inspected the elephant's head, and there is a major design flaw. The butterflies get caught in the elephant's cheeks, and even tapping or shaking the body doesn't free them. I took a full-size piece of card stock that was on a magazine, and used it to create a cone inside of the elephant. I was careful not to block the fan at all, but to make a good chamber to increase air-flow and block the nooks and crannies that are inside of the elephant. The toy works MUCH better now.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By piscesinfeb77 on February 25, 2010
This is an excellent game for the attention span of a toddler. My daughter loves it! It's all about Elefun in this house. Yes, the constant picking up of butterflies gets old. That's why I came up with the GREAT idea to go to the Hasbro website and print out the order form and order 2 more bags of butterflies. Yes, it makes the game last longer because now there are more butterflies to pick up! Haha! Regardless, my daughter has so much fun playing, and there aren't too many rules for her to have to remember. Just what she needs. I would recommend this to others.

FYI the Hasbro website also has other replacement parts for this game (and many other games)and they are inexpensive.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller VINE VOICE on October 22, 2009
My son received this toy just after he turned 3, he's now almost 4. He still likes it and thinks it's more fun just to watch the butterflies come out then to actually catch them. A few other kids had so much fun playing it at our house that we've bought it was a birthday gift. The problems with it are that the nets get snagged easily, the batteries run out pretty fast and the trunk has to be completely straight for the butterflies to come out, which usually requires an adult tinkering with it to make sure it's in the right position. Overall though, my son really gets a kick out of this toy and has fun playing it with other kids, so it's still a winner.
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