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Playskool Kota and Pals Monty T-Rex


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  • Unleash him from his box and he's ready to walk
  • Touch his back and he'll stomp, roar and purr his way into your heart
  • Moving his arms and head just like a real dino this mischievous MONTY REX dinosaur pet sniffs and sneezes too
  • Soft and snuggly dinosaur figure comes to "life" with realistic dino roars and movement
  • Plays three rockin' dino tunes dinosaur figure comes with discovery sheet
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 24 x 16 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001WSCU34
  • Item model number: 14258
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Batteries 4 C batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,098 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Your child will be thrilled with Playskool Kota and Pals Monty T-Rex--especially when he roars at the friendly dinosaur and gets a louder roar in return. An interactive, animated dinosaur, Monty T-Rex stomps, roars, sniffs and sneezes, plays music, and even burps after being fed a big meal. Designed for ages three and up, this fun-loving dinosaur is ideal for both younger and older children since it is so versatile in its interactive, role-playing abilities.

Monty T-Rex
    Ages: 3+

    Requires:
  • 4 "C" batteries (included)
  • Phillips screwdriver to replace batteries
  • No assembly required
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The Good: Provides role-playing and interactive play for both younger and older children.

The Challenging: Heavy toy that could be damaged if it falls from a table or ledge.

In a Nutshell: An interactive dinosaur that can communicate, move, and play music.



Monty T-Rex stomps and shows off his mighty fierce roar. View larger.

Life-like, With Built-in Touch and Sound Sensors
Monty T-Rex moves and communicates through his six built-in touch and sound sensors that are located on his face, back, and tail. Monty can walk and stomp; move his head, tail, and arms. He even dances along to any of his three built-in "dino rockin'" songs. To get Monty going, you merely have to touch his back, and if you forget to turn him off, he will go into sleep mode after 60-90 seconds.

Monty T-Rex is made of cloth and durable plastic, but as a fair warning he should always be used on a flat surface since he could potentially walk or stomp his way off a table and hurt himself.

Interactive Dinosaur That Looks and Sounds Real
This animated T-Rex is great for all ages because your child can fit Monty's interactions to their own curiosities and developmental level. He does such a large variety of sounds and actions, it's easy to understand why children could be entertained for long periods of time.

Monty can also help your child learn a bit more about their new prehistoric friend, thanks to the discovery sheet that is included in the box. The discovery sheet offers a a few interesting facts about Monty, opening the doors to possible future research into dinosaurs.

What's in the Box
Monty T-Rex, four "C" batteries, and a discovery sheet.




Monty T-Rex moves and communicates through his six built-in touch and sound sensors. View larger.


This dino will walk, stomp, move his head, tail and arms, and even dances! View larger.

Product Description

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My 3 year old at the time loved this toy.
J. Dubberly
All in all very good buy - especially since I caught it on sale for half off!
Nicole
Interactive - Fun for the very young (toddlers -> preschoolers).
Angry Bald Guy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Beabea on November 14, 2009
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This is a cool toy that walks around, makes sounds, chomps and responds if you press one of the sensors on it. I am only giving it four stars because my kids, who really like dinosaurs, lost interest in this after a week or two. When they do play with it, they don't turn it on. Overall it is well made and has held up well. The outside is made of a cloth like material which is soft. It looks a lot like a t-rex but the feet are really big. We paid about fifty five dollars for it.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Da Silva on November 24, 2009
This is a LONG review, but well worth your time.I thoroughly researched between Monty Rex, D Rex and Spike the Ultra Dinosaur, for my 2 year old son, and by far, MONTY REX wins hands down. I want realstic features, sounds and movements, but VERY tough and durable material and robotic bones. D Rex is cute, but the latex like skin is so fragile, and the demo dino's skin was peeling off. Upon close inspection, i can see glue seams, and i just know it wouldn't hold to continual use, and hard core treatment. My 2 year old will pick up this toy by the skin, and i can see it just ripping off...also, I think a 2 year old could have fun with D rex, with his reactive sensors, but controlling the other features with the remote would be to advanced for him...My opinion, D Rex is too fragile and complex for a 2 year. D rex is my next favortite, but for older children. I would still be cautious of the skin and battery usage. Next, Spike the Ultra Dino. I really liked this one at first, but during my research of other dinos, he fell to the very bottom of my list for my PERSONAL reasons which are: TOO LOUD. too big, could be too scary. not very realistc to a dinosaur. looks more like a dragon to me. lights down the back are kinda cheesy. remote controlled. maybe a 2 year old could use the remote, but i think it's better for a 3 or 4 year old. also, many reviews about the robotic mechanisims breaking. my 2 year old son is VERY rough with his toys with no intention...non the less, must withstand a 2 year old boy. Spike is also the MOST expensive. and i think he looks like 3 dinos morphed into one. Not my fav anymore. I will add about a dino, Pleo, that i found. If your pocket can dig deep enough for $350 yes that's right, $350 dollars!!Read more ›
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Erica J. Fields on November 22, 2009
My husband and I bought this Dino for our twins son's birthday just yesterday. He turned 3 and he loves it. Also, our older boy who's 5 is in love with it. I think there may be a second one of these under the Christmas tree next month. We've only had it for 24 hours, but it's one of his favorite toys. I'm a little bit worried about how long it'll last with my kids, but I guess time will tell. The dino roars back at us when you roar at it. The longer you 'talk' the longer it talks in return. It also plays some 'dino' music which is really cute when it walks. It also purr's if you pet it's chin. Overall, a VERY cute toy, worth the money. I'd recommend it for any dino lover.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Adrian B. Perez on September 28, 2010
My son was given this as a get well soon gift after a battle with Meningitis. He Laid in his bed for a week straight with this thing just stroking it so he could hear it roar and make it walk. He "Fed" it some of his food even. It can be on the pricey side for a child who gets bored easily, but most children who love Dinosaurs will go nuts for it!

So far it has been dropped down 3 steps, sat on and Played with nonstop for a week and it has held up. So it seems to be very durable.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By I. D. Ross on November 20, 2009
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I bought this toy for my 3-year-old son for Christmas. He hasn't received it yet but has played with it at the PX for countless hours already so I know he's going to be thrilled that he now has his own MONTY-REX dinosaur.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Ochoa on December 6, 2009
My in-laws bought this for my son's third birthday. He's pretty cool - makes lots of sounds, has a lot of different trigger points to get him to activate, is well made and durable enough to take the abuse of the average toddler. The only problem is that this toy gets boring really, really quickly. We changed his batteries thinking that maybe he was walking so slow due to not enough juice, but no dice. He walks around a dozen steps in a space of a couple of minutes, traveling around a foot total. My son has only had this toy for 24 hours and has already lost interest in him unless we prod him into playing with it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 23, 2010
I bought this last year and both my 6 yr old loved it and my 2 yr old... It still works great even after a year and it doen't got though batteries like most modern toys do. They loved the interaction that the toy did when they roared at it, and the sounds that it made... I would suggest if you have a child that loves dinos that this and others like it are worth the money!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Concertina on March 3, 2010
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My 5-year-old son got this for Christmas and fell in love with it. It's big, fuzzy, moves and makes noise, and is actually cute-looking(dinosaurs aren't often "cute"): it's like a pet. He has lots of dinosaur toys but this is by far the most fun for him. It was rather expensive (I got it before it went on sale), but worth it. It seems plenty durable- nothing has broken or gone wrong in the two months that he's been playing with it. Also, this is a dinosaur toy that I think little girls would really enjoy, with it's fuzziness and cuteness.
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