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Zoomer Dino Snaptail from Target comes with 1 Zoomer Dino, 1 Control Pod, 1 USB Charging Cable and 1 Instructional Booklet. This was one of the hottest toys for Christmas and is still one of the hottest toys for 2015. Zoomer Dino Snaptail can be charged simply by plugging an USB into it’s belly. The Control Pod has a Joystick and Run, Chomp & Angry/Balance Buttons. The Control Pod uses 3 AAA batteries. The Zoomer Dino Snaptail has a Back Button(press to help him get up) that has an IR Sensor(detects control pad), an On/Off switch under the belly, Head Sensors(that detect motion) and LED eyes that change to Green(Happy), Blue(Curious), Purple(Command), Red(Angry), Yellow(Control) and Orange(Low Battery).
How did Zoomer Dino Snaptail work for us? We loved playing with Snaptail. First I plugged Snaptail into the USB Plugin that we already had. You can also plug it into a laptop to charge. I thought it was strange that they did not include the plugin(they just give you an USB). I guess there are a lot of things that use an USB so they probably thought they did not need to. When we plugged in Snaptail his eyes were red. We let him charge overnight and in the morning his eyes were green telling us he was fully charged. Then We turned on Snaptail and his eyes were green and blue. He was roaming all over the place I suppose he was happy and curious. Then I pushed the change mode button on the control pod to purple. I put my hand in front of Zoomer Dino Snaptail and he sat down. Then I slowly moved my hand back and forth and he started talking(I thought he was cute doing this). Then We put his eyes on yellow and decided to try using the conrol pod. We pressed the angry button and Snaptails eyes turned red and he went crazy. Then we used the joystick with the control button pushed down to move him forward,backward,right or left. We all thought it was fun but I do wish Snaptail had a little more control. When I changed his direction with the control pad it was jerkey and sometimes too fast. There was one thing that was not right about our Zoomer Dino Snaptail. This particular Snaptail did not open and shut it’s mouth. At first this Snaptail opened his mouth but it wouldn’t shut it’s mouth on it’s own. Then after a few uses his mouth did not open at all. I do not think that they all are like this. We may have just received one that happened to have that issue. Overall we think Zoomer Dino Snaptail is a lot of fun especially if your little one loves dinosaurs like my oldest does.
You can watch my video review HERE.
If you would like to purchase the Zoomer Dino Snaptail you can find it at TARGET HERE.