My 5-year-old has been obsessed with dinosaurs for at least 2 years now. He’s got a dinosaur-themed room, he’s had 2 years in a row of dinosaur birthday parties, and now he has his very own pet dinosaur. Zoomer Dino is a must have toy for any kid who is into dinosaurs. Or robots! They are going to think this is a totally cool toy.
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Spin Master Zoomer Dino has brought a lot of crazy dinosaur action to our house. It’s been fun for our whole family to watch him and play with him. My 10-year-old is best at getting Zoomer to do his tricks (he can Sit). When Zoomer’s eyes turn purple, he is in training mode so you can use hand gestures in front of his face to tell him what to do. Just don’t pull on his tail unless you want his eyes to turn red, that means he is angry and he’ll roar and chomp at you.
And the hilarious thing about Zoomer Dino is that he will occasionally burp or pass gas…and then HE LAUGHS about it. Oh my gosh, it’s the silliest thing. And of course my BOYS think anything to do with burps and passing gas is the funniest thing ever. Zoomer doesn’t do it on command though (thank goodness or the kids would be making him do it all the time).
I like that Zoomer Dino has an automatic mode where he roams the room, doing his dino roars and sniffs, without needing anyone to control him. This makes Zoomer fun for the little kids who can’t quite get the hang of using Zoomer’s remote control. It may take a little practice, but it’s actually a pretty easy remote for even younger kids to use. My older kids can use the remote to control Zoomer – no problem at all.
Zoomer works best on smooth, flat surfaces. He’s got wheels, so he’s got to be able to roll around exploring the house without getting stuck in thick carpet. He’s actually able to get around just fine on our low-pile area rug.
Our Zoomer pet is a moody little critter. The good thing is that you can tell his moods (Happy, Angry, Curious) by looking at the color of his eyes. Our Zoomer is a pretty happy little guy most of the time.
After a few hours of play, Zoomer will need to be charged. It doesn’t take long to charge him, and he can hook up via any USB cable. The remote control uses 3 AAA batteries, but we have not had to replace those yet.
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