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Sing A Ma Jigs Reviews

Updated on August 25, 2011

Sing-A-Ma-Jigs And Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Duets Review For 2011

Sing-A-Ma-Jigs made waves in 2010 as one of the most sought after toys of the holiday season. They sold in huge numbers and are still popular today with kids aged three and up. Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are back again for 2011, more cute and in demand than ever before! Get your Sing A Ma Jigs before they sell out at Christmas this year!

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What are Sing A Ma Jigs All About

What exactly are Sing-A-Ma-Jigs? In short, they're stuffed creatures that talk and sing songs. Alone, they can sing one song, and one range of notes, but together they are all able to sing in perfect harmony! They come in a wide range of colors, and kids love to collect them.

There are a few awesome features on each Sing-A-Ma-Jig:

  • Click their paw once and the sing-A-Ma-Jig will say hello,
  • Click the paw again, and you have activated the first singing mode. This mode will allow you to get the Sing-A-Ma-Jig to sing a different note each time you press his belly,
  • Clicking the paw again, you'll activate a different style of singing,
  • The fourth paw click activates song mode. Each Sing-A-Ma-Jig knows one main song. It'll sing each word every time you press its belly, meaning that you have complete control over the rhythm and tempo of the song,
  • The Sing-A-Ma-Jig will even say goodbye when he realizes you haven't been using him for a while!


These features are popular with young children, who have hours of fun singing along and hearing the different sounds the Sing-A-Ma-Jig can make. And they're as much fun as a stuffed toy than a musical one - they're cute, cuddly, and their mouths move when they sing!

New Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Duets Review

New for the 2011 holidays are the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Duets. These are like traditional Sing-A-Ma-Jigs, but now come cuddling a smaller "puppy". This means that they're always singing or chattering in harmony. They're just a new take on a tried and tested idea, and they still look and sound so cute.

Should You Buy Sing-A-Ma-Jigs This Christmas?

If your kid loved the original Sing-A-Ma-Jigs (and still does) then the new Duets toy will be the perfect gift for this Christmas. Many children like to collect the cute toys, swapping over their shirts, playing with them, or just listening to them sing in harmony.

There are some drawbacks to consider, however. Some kids can get bored with the limited scope of the toy. It's great for kids who love to sing, but some just aren't interested after a while. Thankfully they’re pretty cheap to buy, especially if you buy some of the older models instead of the newest releases.

One other thing to bear in mind - their singing sounds very computerized. Although the kids pretty much all love them, you may find this toy gets on your nerves after a while!

Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are definitely going to be a huge hit this holiday season, just as the were last year. Choose a Sing-A-Ma-Jig in your child's favorite color and they'll love their new furry friend.

What Sing A Ma Jigs Will You Buy This Year?

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