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Wild Planet Toys Spy Gear Walkie Talkies

About the Spy Gear Walkie Talkies

There’s a stakeout going on in your backyard: an animal has been stealing the cat’s food off of the back porch, and twins Jimmy and Jessica are determined to get to the bottom of the case. Jimmy is staking out the left side of the yard, and Jessica is staking out the right side. Soon, the mystery will be solved!

 

Your little secret agents can communicate with other agents in the field, communicate their findings to HQ, and send secret messages with the Wild Planet Long Range Walkie Talkies, an essential piece of kid spy equipment! These two realistic children’s walkie talkies transmit up to 50 feet outdoors, and should be able to transmit through walls in your house (although other electronics may interfere). Each walkie talkie has a safety antenna and a belt clip. And each walkie talkie has a spy code button that kids can use to send Morse Code messages when the intel is just too private to speak aloud – the instruction booklet includes a guide to messages like “stay undercover,” “look out,” and “top secret.”

 

The Wild Planet Long Range Walkie Talkies spy equipment set requires 2 9-volt batteries, sold separately; for ages 6 and up.

 

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Spy Gear Walkie Talkies Specs

Manufacturer:
Wild Planet Toys
Manufacturer's Product Number:
70129
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Purple Giraffe
Boston, MA
  • Parent of Two or More Children
  • Stay at Home Parent
2.0 stars out of 5.0 stars

Cheaply Made--lots of interferance

Pros:

My kids had fun playing together--it takes 2!

Cons:

My 5 year old has a hard time pressing the button to speak

I'm not a fan. I thought it was cheaply made and didn't have any bells or whistels. For $20 I'm not looking for the highest of quality but for $20 I expected more.

 

I would pass and purchase real ones at Best Buy or Radio Shack.

No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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