I bought these for my granddaughter for her birthday and her face lit up with joy as soon as she saw the box! She plays with them all the time and even named them Lovey and Dovey! These are in addition to the hatchimal i bought for her for Christmas. Im sure i will be purchasing more!
Hatchimals Surprise, Giraven, Hatching Egg with Surprise Twin Interactive Hatchimal Creatures by Spin Master
About This Item
- Hatchimals Surprise has arrived! Inside each magical speckled egg are Hatchimals twins! Who will you hatch?
- Hold and rub your Hatchimals Surprise egg and you will hear adorable sounds and may even see a set of eyes inside! Love and care for your egg to help your twins hatch!
- These Hatchimals share a special bond ? telling each other jokes, playing games, saying ?I love you? and more! They even feel sad when they?re apart for too long! Watch as one moves and dances, while the other repeats everything you say!
- Hatchimals Surprise are made for kids aged 5+. 2 AA batteries and 3 LR44 button cells batteries required (included).
- WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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Granddaughter loved them!!!
Very happy. Will recommend
My children loveddddd their hatchimal twin!! Very happy with shipping, time it took to deliver packing everything. They didn't update me on shipping BUT package received early so NO COMPLAINTS
I bought this for my daughters and the way the egg hatches by its self is incredible. I had guest over to see it hatch as well. We were all excited.
I would shop here again
Came quickly in great condition...exactly what I ordered!!!!
Unexpected Family Fun
I know Hatchimals started their reign Christmas 2016 and I managed to avoid it with my girls. I was eager though to try this out and my daughters were super excited too. The packaging is fun. The directions were a little unclear (Rub the bottom? The actual bottom or the bottom sides?) but I knew we had to take of the egg and something would hatch. We took turns...trying to decode what the lights meant and a short amount of time later we hatched twin hatchimals. They are quite addictive to take care of and we wanted to keep watch to see them grow up. They seem to truly interact with the user and each other. It's fascinating. I love the twins. I have two daughters and this way both girls get to sort of "raise" one yet they are working together. The coding of the lights does get a little confusing. My hope is that as we continue to play, it becomes clearer. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Double the Fun!
Our household is quite accustomed to the Hatchimal world since they were all the rage last Christmas. Imagine my girls (6 and 3) reactions when they learned they were going to hatch TWINS!! Hatching process is similar to the original Hatchimal with the lights and sounds, but they hatch out the top and not the side this time, and goodness, are they adorable! They sing hatchy birthday and the more you interact with them, the quicker they 'mature' to their other stages (toddler, child). These guys are fun because they interact with you AND with each other. One loves to dance and the other to sing. Put them face to face and they interact. Adorable. The only downside, as with the orignal, is that they tired of playing with them after about 30 minutes. I think part of it can be attributed to their young age and the complexity of knowing what each eye color (mood) means and not being able to read. Older children (say 8-10) would probably have an easier time grasping the concept. Also, only one of the twins moves and they don't roll along the floor as the original did so that's a bit of a disappointment. Nonetheless, my girls still sleep with their Hatchimals every night, even if they do tend to treat them more as a stuffed animal than an interactive friend. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Happy Day, Hatching Hatchimals!
The Hatchimals Surprise is a fun toy to experience. This is the ultimate toy for all those fans of blind bags and mystery boxes that seem to be everywhere these days, including my 7 year old daughter. While we knew from the box that we would be getting a set of Giraven twins, the mystery was the color of our twins. I wish that there were more options but for the Giraven, there are only two, 2 tye-dye pink animals or 1 blue/1 pink (we got blue and pink.) The hatching process was fun and my daughter enjoyed looking at the quick start guide to know how to handle her egg. The egg hatched after less than 10 minutes of interaction. We both wished that the hatching process had lasted quite a bit longer since it can only happen once. After hatching, the animals sang a cute song and began flashing their eyes, a cue that they needed attention. My daughter once again used the quick start guide to tend to the animals, tilting them sideways or pressing their heads depending on the color of the lights. Eventually the animals level up to toddlers and kids and their needs and abilities change with their age. While my daughter enjoys playing with her Hatchimals, she quickly became tired of tending to their needs. Thank goodness both animals have on/off switches on them so they can be played with in interactive mode (with lights and sounds) or in silent imaginary mode (which is how my daughter now mostly plays with them.) All in all, my daughter is enjoying this toy. She loves that she got 2 hatchimals in one egg and she loves hearing them sing and chatter. Her biggest complaints are that they only hatch once and that they need a lot of attention to level them up. We have not tried it, but there are instructions for resetting the hatchimals to baby mode if desired. This is the type of toy that will be played with off and on for months and one that the neighbor kids will all want to own! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Kids Love It
I was hesitant to jump on the Hatchimal bandwagon, but being a mother of an almost 8 year old daughter, I knew this day would eventually come. I gave my daughter the new hatchimal surprise. I really didn’t even know what it was, just that it seems to be the latest toy people fight over in the mall parking lot on black Friday. Needless to say, I was as skeptical as can be,. I surprised my daughter with it after school a week before her birthday. She was totally surprised, and even though she hadn’t asked for a hatchimal, she was very excited to see what they are all about. She ripped the box open and we immediately set out to get the egg to hatch. Setup was easy. Batteries were already in the toy & all we had to do was remove 2 keys from the bottom of the egg. She immediately heard sounds & saw lights coming from the egg. She and her 4 tear old brother wandered the house cuddling the egg. After about a half hour she saw the first crack I in the top of the egg. Shortly thereafter, a little blue creature poked out. She pulled it out & squealed when she realized there was a pink creature in the egg as well. She and her brother spent the rest of the evening interacting with the hatchimals & trying to get them to go from babies to toddlers. My daughter said they got to the toddler phase later that night & by the next day she said they reached the kid phase. (I can’t confirm whether that’s true, I can’t figure out what the hatchimal are saying half the time.) Two days later my kids are still pretty obsessed with the hatchimals (thankfully there were 2 because there would have been a lot of tears if they had to share just one). So here are the positives as I see it: The hatching part is super fun. Even as an adult, I was excited to see what was in the egg. There are 2 hatchimal in the egg. If you have more than one child that’s a big bonus. The hatchimal are cute & soft & the kids love seeing what they can get them to do. They play music, they can repeat sounds your child records, they move around a bit, so there’s room for kids to interact with them. They seem pretty sturdy. My 4 year old dropped them more times than I could count & so far they keep on ticking. This wouldn’t be a very honest review if I didn’t point out the negatives, so I will. Once they hatch, they don’t seem all that different from the other zillion talking stuffed animal creatures in the toy store. Maybe they are better than the rest, but through my boring adult eyes, they all look pretty similar. They seem to move through the baby & toddler phases pretty quickly. I understand why, kids aren’t known for being patient & sticking with things that take a long time to pay off, but I wonder how long the kids will stay interested when they’ve gotten to the kid phase & there’s nowhere else to go. But the biggest negative in my mind is that they are pretty loud & the constant sounds can be kind of annoying (to adults, kids love annoying sounds). Overall I give it a thumbs up because it’s entertained my kids for 2 days, and not too many toys do that. I question how long it can hold their interest, but for now it’s fun for them. I guess when you’re looking for the perfect gift for your child, that’s really all that matters. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Awesome but don't do it on a weeknight!
My 6 year old daughter has been asking for a Hatchimal for two years. I thought they were adorable, but honestly, I have a hard time paying that much for a toy. When I finally surprised her with Hatchimals Surprise, we were not expecting twins! She was super excited to see more than one hatchimal in there. As was I. The twins on the package should have been a clue, but hey...I'm blonde. I love the concept. And I think there is a lot to learn from these toys. Its good for kids to learn about caring for something, especially if you're like our family and have no pets. The kids get to learn responsibility without practicing on an actual living thing, which is perfect for smaller children. Bringing the Hatchimals from eggs to kids is a lot of work. Unfortunately, I ended up doing most of it. My daughter is very impatient. So a lot of the tapping and rubbing so they hatched I had to do. Then I had to read the directions to her so that she could interact and give the Hatchimals what they need. And when it "didn't work" when she did it, I had to do a lot of the caring for them as well. Now that she's had them for a while and can figure out how to interact and care for them, my daughter still loves them. I'm so happy she has them! Since shes an only child, she really loves the interactive toys. (Apparently they're more fun to play with than I am!) Overall, I think Hatchimals Surprise is a huge hit. My only caution to other parents is that smaller kids will likely need help with this. When you hatch them, do it on a weekend when you will be home and have plenty of time to devote to it. It's definitely not an activity to begin on a school night! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Was a great surprise for my daughter for Christmas, but one keeps dying even after replacing the batteries twice! And the wing broke, and doesn't stay on it
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