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Buy Moshi Monsters Talking Plush Toys Online - Codes, Prices, Reviews

Updated on October 2, 2011

If you are looking for Moshi Monsters Talking Plush toys then you have come to the right place. Here we examine the game Moshi Monsters, take a closer looks at the talking plush toys, talk about codes, certificates, where you can buy Moshi Monsters Talking Plush toys online and look at the prices of them. This page will basically tell you everything you need to know about these wonderful little toys.

Moshi Monsters Talking Plush toys are set to be one of the biggest toys this year and are expected to be massive sellers over the Christmas period. So before you rush out and start panic buying, this guide will tell you all about the toys are where to get them from. Before we talk about where to buy them from or the prices though let’s have a closer look at the toys themselves.

Meet The Gang


All About Moshi Monsters Talking Plush Toys

Moshi Monsters is actually a children’s game that has been around for some time now. This interactive learning game is one where a child can adopt his very own monster then look after it, teach it things and generally care for it. The toys that have resulted from the game are known as Moshi Monsters Talking Plush toys and these are what we are going to be taking a look at today.

So in the series that came out earlier in the year there are six talking plush toys. Each character has his or her own unique personality and style. Chances are your child will already know a fair bit about each character so it may be an idea to find out which one is their particular favourite before you rush out and buy one. So let’s meet the gang.

First up we have Poppet. Poppet is seen as the cute one of the group, usually a favourite with little girls this pink little monster is friendly and instantly loveable. Next up we have Katsuma, a tough looking monster but inside he had a heart of gold. Then the fiery Diavlo, he looks like a little devil and Diavlo does have a very mischievous side, but as you would expect, give him a cuddle and he is as soft as they come. Zommer can sometimes be seen as the slightly less appealing one, but that what’s makes Zommer so loveable. Lovli is the most girly of the group, she loves fashion and style and often has a bit of a sulk on as most little girls can, but snuggle up to Lovli and she will love you forever. Finally we have Furi, as the name suggested Furi is one big ball of fir. This gentle giant is ideal for cuddling and really is great fun.

So there you have it. Six lovely little characters for your children to meet. But what exactly do they do? Well these are more than just cuddly toys, they also interact with your child. Each character will giggle and talk to your child when they give it a hug. Squeeze the Moshi Monster Talking Plush and the character will interact with your child. These really are very cute little toys that your child will instantly fall in love with.

Where To Buy & Prices

So now you know exactly what Moshi Monsters Talking Plush toys are, you may be wondering where exactly you can get hold of them. Chances are there is going to be a big rush for these over the Christmas months so getting hold of them early is a good idea. If you want to buy these online then there are few better places than Amazon. As you can see from the links on this page, the prices are quite reasonable and there are plenty in stock.

When you buy a Moshi Monster Talking Plush toy you also get a few extra items. For one thing you get a certificate of ownership, this is designed to make the child feel that little bit more special and hopefully get them to take good care of their new toy. Each toy also comes with a special code, the codes can be used in the actual game to unlock special in game features. If you want the codes you will just have to buy the toys. Each toy takes 3 LR44 batteries and these are included in the price of the toy.

Prices for Moshi Monsters Talking Plush toys start at around $38. So overall this is a pretty good price for an interactive toy that will be in high demand. These really are very nice little toys and will keep children entertained for hours, if your child plays the Moshi Monsters game then chances are they will love the Talking Plush toys. These are aimed at ages 4 and upwards and will delight all young children who are lucky enough to get one of them. If you really want to treat your child, buy them the entire set of six and watch their faces light up.


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