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Hatchimals Egg - Pink
- Hatchimals live inside eggs. Who's inside? It's a surprise! Hold them to hear their heartbeats, flip them for fun, tap and they'll tap back
- Hatchimals needs attention from you to hatch
- When you see rainbow eyes from inside the egg, your Hatchimal is ready to hatch. Encourage it with your touch as it really pecks out of its egg
- Out of egg, it's time to raise your Hatchimal through 3 stages. Teach your cute Hatchimal to walk, talk, dance, play games and more
- Hatchimals are suitable for ages 5+
- Hatchimals are for ages 5+ years
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Hatchimals are magical creatures that live inside of eggs. Who's inside? It's a surprise! Each egg contains one of two interactive Hatchimals. Love and care for your's inside the egg and its eyes will light up as it makes cute sounds, telling you how it's feeling. Once you've played with it enough, you'll see rainbow eyes and that means it's time to hatch. Hatchimals can't hatch on their own, your touch encourages them to peck their way out of the egg. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Now you get to raise your furry Hatchimal through 3 stages, from baby to toddler, to kid. Your Hatchimal sings 'Hatchy Birthday' each time it enters a new stage. Teach your's to walk, talk, dance, play games and more. It will even repeat what you say in its own voice. Hatchimals - Who will you hatch? Features: Hatchimals live inside eggs. Hold them to hear their heartbeats, flip them for fun, tap and they'll tap back. Hatchimals are for ages 5+ years. Requires 2xAA Battieriess (not included).
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Care, nurture and play with your Hatchimal’s egg. Tap the egg and your Hatchimal will tap back. Listen to hear its heartbeat, turn the egg upside down, and watch the eyes light up from inside the egg.
Care for your Hatchimal while it’s inside the egg. When it’s ready to hatch, you’ll see rainbow eyes. Your Hatchimal can’t hatch without you. Encourage yours by holding and rubbing the egg.
Hatching can only happen once, so make sure to share the experience.
Now that you’ve met your new Hatchimal, it’s ready to play and grow. Give your Hatchimal a name and raise it through 3 stages: from baby, to toddler, to kid. At each stage they’ll sing “Hatchy Birthday”!
Hatchimals really walk, talk, dance, play games and more. Hatchimals — who will you hatch?
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Top Customer Reviews
This toy isn't worth the £90 I paid for it. It isn't even worth the £60rrp.
The appeal for kids is the fact that this little creature hatches from the egg but the fun stops there. Once it hatches (after twenty minutes of rubbing the egg and the remainder of your youth actually watching the thing tirelessly attempt to break through the egg) the idea is that you raise it from baby to toddler to child with minor variations in the interactions between these stages.
It gets sick (eyes glow green) you pat it's head.
It gets cold (eyes glow blue) you pat it's head.
It gets angry (eyes glow red) you pat it's head.
It gets scared (eyes glow dark blue) you pat it's head.
Yep, there's a lot of head-patting going on.
Yes, you can swing it around and it says "weeee" and it dances to a couple of obnoxious repetitive tunes, it even farts, but if this thing didn't hatch from an egg I'd bet my right arm that it would sell for around £30. As far as virtual pets go, this is rather poor.
There are far more interactive and less irritating ones on the market for around the same price and you won't even need to pay double the price to get hold of one.
The only reason I bought this is because it's my little girl's (turning 4) birthday today and it's the only thing she asked for after seeing it on some Youtube video. How could I not buy her the one thing she requested?
To add insult to injury, the little penguin thing hatched and the stitching around it's front hasn't been done properly.. The thing is literally falling apart.
When I pay £90 for a toy I expect it to be perfect, not falling apart at the seams.Read more ›
The Hatchimals range seems to be one of those such toys this year, lots of hype but very little availability on the high streets and inflated prices online. Now, Amazon have stock for most versions of this toy but the prices range bizarrely up to £100+
We've been reviewing a few of the "expected" bg toys this year so gave the Hatchimal (Pink) a go. It is presented in premium looking boxing.
From the start Little Savvy (aged 3) was excited. He's used a few Hatch'ems, a similar low-cost alternative, and loved them as they've grown over a week or so. The Hatchimal Egg is huge, meaning the expectation is also huge. After unboxing and half an hour or so, signs of the "hatching" process began.
From then on, although engrossing with tapping sounds and colour, it was all too speedy. The embryonic stage, hatching, baby and infant to adult transformation took at most a few hours and then the Hatchimal did very little more other than inspire Little Savvy to ask if he could have the egg back, or have another Hatch'em, which as mentioned is significantly cheaper.
Overall we cannot recommend this item at it's current price tag for £80+, if it was £20 it would have merit maybe, but for the longevity of play we suggest buying a few Hatch'ems instead for significantly less of your hard earned cash.
I was so pleased to then find them in stock on amazon and ordered one. No issues with amazon delivery and egg arrived in perfect condition.
The hatchimal was in the egg about 20 mins and it started hatching. She loved this part and couldn't wait to see the colour of the toy.
Once it was hatched it goes through stages, the colour of the eyes show what you need to do e.g pat on the head, rub its tummy
After less than an hour it had reached the stage of being a kid (last stage). The stages were over really quickly and my daughter was bored and said she wished it was still in the egg.
2 hours after getting it it's now switched off in her bedroom.
I think it's a novelty item. Its expensive for the fun of watching it hatch and then it doesnt do much else and has grown up to a kid in less than an hour. Maybe younger kids will enjoy it more but for this age group i would say they will get bored quickly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter tortured us for this but never looked at it since it hatchedPublished 3 days ago by angela mccallig
thought it was fantastic the way it tapped and broke out of shell but found it difficult to make it work on stage baby still ,and we have it since February 23rdPublished 9 days ago by Angela Onisiforou
Just what to a big thank you. my daughter loved it and it came the next day 🤜🏻🤛🏿Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Idea is OK. Tamagotchi in 3D. After a while it gets repetitive. Kids love it. I think real price is around 30$.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This had to sent back as it was faulty...not great as it was a Christmas present!!Published 1 month ago by Maire McGuire