Hasbro FurReal Pauli - My Singing Parrot Interactive Plush Toy Talking Parrot Kids Toy German Voice Edition Batteries Included 4+ Years
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He responds with 50+ sound-and-motion combinations, and can move his head, body, wings, frill, and beak
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This mode can be activated by speaking the command "Repeat After Me!" after the toy has responded "OK" to the "Wanna Play?" prompt. The toy will then say "Repeat after me!" and repeat whatever phrase the user speaks to it. After one and a half minutes in this mode, the toy will say "Awesome!" and exit Repeat Mode.
Care and Precautions
There are two distinct play modes that the user can activate via buttons on the remote or via voice command. To activate either of the modes using voice commands, the user must speak the words "Wanna Play?" and wait for the toy to respond "OK," after which the user may speak a further command to initiate the desired mode. The user may also record up to six custom voice commands and responses via the use of the remote. Commands can be recorded over at any time. Squawkers may also repeat words or phrases learned via custom commands randomly during play. The Echo, the Most It Like Its a Commitment, You’Re Less Common Reason for Not Attending Inclined to Skip It