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Furby (Orange/Blue)

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  • Furby responds to your voice and to music
  • Pet Furby's head; tickle its tummy; or pull its tail and see what happens
  • Feed Furby with your finger
  • App is optional and works with iPad; iPod touch and iPhone with iOS 4.2 or later
  • Includes 1 Furby and instructions
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Product Description

Product Description

Time to dust off your FURBISH dictionary because FURBY is back and ready to take the world by storm! And you had better be prepared because FURBY has A MIND OF ITS OWN. Feed it, speak to it, tickle it, play music for it, and shake, tilt or turn your FURBY upside down. But be warned - how you treat your FURBY will shape its personality! Are you ready to handle a FURBY?

FURBY (Orangutan)
Hold it, pet it, tilt it, shake it, turn it upside down, speak to it, and play music for it.

How You Treat Your FURBY Will Shape Its Personality

Who will your FURBY become? It all depends on how you play with your FURBY. So when you are feeding, tickling, shaking, tilting or turning it, pulling its tail, speaking to it or playing music for it, keep in mind that your actions will shape its personality. Who your FURBY becomes may surprise you!

FURBY has A MIND OF ITS OWN. You see, FURBY has likes and dislikes just like you. You will discover them as you and FURBY get to know one another. FURBY may not react or behave the way you expect or the way you want, so you may be happy about some of its reactions and not so happy about others!

There is something you should know about FURBY. FURBY can be unpredictable. Be careful how you treat FURBY. Who your FURBY becomes may surprise you. So, are you ready to handle a FURBY?

FURBY responds to other FURBYs (each sold separately). Introduce your FURBY to other FURBYs and see what happens. Again, you never know how your FURBY will react, so it may get along well with some FURBYs and may have a bad attitude with others.

FURBY (Orangutan)
FURBY will interact with other FURBYs.
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Feeding and FURBISH Fun

When you first meet your FURBY, it will speak FURBISH. But the more you play with FURBY, the more English it will start speaking. Not sure what your FURBY is saying? Do all those ee-tays and noo-loos have you scratching your head? Then check out the complete FURBISH dictionary online or in the free FURBY app to translate FURBISH into English and find out what FURBY is talking about.

Feed your FURBY! Pretend to give FURBY food with your finger. Get the free FURBY app that lets you virtually feed your FURBY: Feed it a hot pepper and you may see fire in its eyes. Try different foods and see how it responds. Because FURBY reacts differently depending on its personality, you may be surprised by what FURBY says and does.

FURBY Has A MIND OF ITS OWN

FURBY is back and it has A MIND OF ITS OWN. Feed it, speak to it, tickle it, play music for it and shake, tilt or turn your FURBY upside down. It even interacts with other FURBYs (sold separately). But be warned - how you treat your FURBY will shape its personality. Who your FURBY becomes may surprise you! For additional interactive fun, you can download an optional free FURBY app that works with iPad, iPod touch and iPhone with iOS 4.2 or later for virtual feeding, accessing the FURBISH-English dictionary and the FURBISH translator. (Not all functions of the app work with older devices.) So, are you ready to handle a FURBY?

What's in the Box

FURBY (Orangutan) and instruction guide.

FURBY

At a Glance:

  • Lots of ways to play with FURBY
  • You shape its personality
  • Feed FURBY with your finger or from the free FURBY app
  • FURBY speaks FURBISH, and there's an online dictionary and a free FURBY app so you can learn FURBISH
  • Play with other FURBYs

Age/Weight Requirements:

  • Six years and up

Assembly Requirements:

  • Four AA alkaline batteries (not included)

The FURBY app is optional and works with iPad, iPod touch and iPhone with iOS 4.2 or later. Not all functions of the app work with older devices.

Note: Hasbro is not responsible for any content distributed through the App Store, except for Hasbro-generated content. Please refer to Apple Inc.'s terms and conditions for further information.

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From the Manufacturer

Time to dust off your Furbish dictionary because Furby is back and ready to take the world by storm. Feed it, speak to it, tickle it, play music for it and shake, tilt or turn your Furby upside down. But be warned - how you treat your Furby will shape its personality. Are you ready to handle a Furby? Who will your Furby become? It all depends on how you play you’re your Furby. When you first meet your Furby, it will speak mostly Furbish. But the more you play with Furby, the more English it will speak. It responds to your touch, your music, and even to other Furbys (each sold separately). But remember: your Furby has a mind of its own. You can also download a free app to help you translate FURBISH, as well as virtually feed your FURBY and other interactive features. App is optional and works with iPad, iPod touch and iPhone with iOS 4.2 or later.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.9 x 7.8 x 7.9 inches
Item Weight 2 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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 B009VSNN74
Item model number A3121
Manufacturer recommended age 6 years and up
Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
Best Sellers Rank #125,206 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#329 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Electronic Pets
Customer Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars 96 customer reviews

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I bought the orangutan furby for my 6 year old daughter. It is so cute and cuddly, you will fall in love with it. The most important thing is that, your kids will enjoy this toy and it will not be sitting on a shelve collected dust. The furby takes 4 double A batteries and the batteries last around four days, depends on how much you interact with furby. Furby do not have an on and of switch, he will just fall to sleep when you stop playing with him. your furby will take on your personality. For example if you pet his head, rub his belly and feed him regularly he will be good and loving. If you neglect him by not feeding him, holding him upside down and pulling his tail, he will behave badly. I really mean badly like being grumpy, making farting noises and saying mean things in furbish. Furby do recognize if his owner is a boy or girl amd change his voice to suite. So basically your furby is going to be a reflection of you. It do respond to music by rocking side to side. The furby also speak furbish and in time will speak english, one word at a time.You can also download the furby app, so you can talk to him in furbish and english. By looking at the furby eyes you can tell how he is feeling. I say buy it, you will not regret it.
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I bought one for my 17 year old and one for my 8 year old grandchildren and both love it. It is interactive and rather chatty so I silently wanted to launch it after an hour but instead I sent them home with the parents and let' them enjoy. Hey.. that's what grandma is for
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We gave this to my kid on his 6th birthday. We thought it would be great because he's very affectionate; he loves to carry around cute stuffed animals and interact with them. He also loves owls, which this resembled somewhat.

The day of his birthday: he opens it and loves it. He's playing with it, feeding it, talking to it. We had to drop something off at a friend's house, and the Furby was left in the car for about 10 minutes on its side...

When we returned and got everyone buckled up, the Furby undergoes nothing less than a demonic possession. Its eyes start turning into fire, it starts growling at my kid saying "No like! No like!" whenever he tried to pet it. My wife was already driving at the time and couldn't even pull over to see what was wrong, the whole time my poor kid is stuck in the back seat with little Chucky, trying to soothe it by telling it "I'm sorry! I'm sorry!", like it's his fault his toy has turned into the Teddy Ruxpin from hell.

Six months go by. My kid played with it once or twice, but never wanted to play for very long for fear that Psycho Furby may rear its head again. It just stayed there asleep on his dresser. Finally, tonight, he wakes up in the middle of the night crying, begging us to take the batteries out of Furby and send it to "a new home". I guess even the sight of it on his dresser, eyes ominously closed, was just too much for him.

I'm sure a lot of grown-ups and pre-tweens think it's just adorable to have a cute cuddly stuffed animal turn feral after you pull its tail or leave it unattended for a while, but to a six-year-old it's the ultimate betrayal. It's fine to have a toy with mood swings, but this thing is like it's from a Stephen King novel.

It's downright cruel of Hasbro to advertise this for kids as young as six years old. Keep it away from your children unless you don't mind doling out for therapy later in life.
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We got 2 furbies for our kids this christmas. Having had one of the original ones when I was a kid, it was fun being able to discover them again with my children. I have to say they are just as annoying as the first time, but much more entertaining! I like the LED eyes compared to the older ones that would look really scary sometimes if they didn't close right. We also don't have issues with them waking up in the middle of the night and acting possesed. My kids are 2 and 3 and really enjoy them! They've even named them and carry them around the house with them as pets. It's def a good pre-cursor to getting a pet.. since the furbies need to be fed, and cared for. It's a fun way to teach responsiblilty without the worry of something dying!
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I bought this for myself because everyone else in the house got one for Christmas and I felt left out. He is pretty funny, but they all tend to get stuck on "valley girl" mode. I just like to pop its head on the way out the door each morning to annoy the dogs and whatnot. Fun to get multiple together and let them go crazy from time to time!
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Christmas gift 2012. He loves it! The only disappointment is that if you don't own an iPhone, you can use that app, but you can go to the Furbish dictionary, print out the words, English to Furbish, and visa-versa, and train your Fubry. It's a darling toy! Lots of fun :)
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Hill-AIR-RE-US !!! Way better than the old ones... It changes about every other day or so & each has its own way of doing things... The only thing that kinda bothers me is the battery's go way to fast but we cant turn it off so that mite make a difference...Recommend for EVERY ONE !!!...M... (EVIL ZJ)
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My toddler used this rarely. Mostly it just sat on the couch in the family room, but it was broken in less than a month. Yes I did try replacing the batteries, but it is just broken. It was a very expensive toy, so I'm not happy.
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