Saturday, November 9, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide: Nerf Walkie Talkies!


With two boys in the house, I am always on the lookout for "joint gifts" that the two of them can enjoy together. When I got the chance to review these Nerf Walkie Talkies, I was thrilled! These are the perfect gift for two boys, who sometimes have some trouble sharing!! 

These Walkie Talkies are perfect for my boys! 

Here are some of the highlights: 

Communicate wirelessly with friends and keep in touch while playing
Flexible antenna for safety
Simple Push-to-Talk operation
Built-in speaker
Listening range of up to 1,000 feet

Easy to use and fun for all kids ages 3 and up

My boys LOVE the fact that they have a morse code button! (I think it's a LOT of beeping, but they are having fun, so I oblige LOL!) 

These Walkie Talkies are a great gift choice for the little guys (or girls!) on your list who like to spend all of their time exploring. They take two 9 volt batteries, which are not included, but they last forever, so that's a great thing! Nerf is definitely one of our favorite brands, and we are always on the lookout for more cool Nerf toys to add to our collection! 

We are super happy with these walkie talkies, and I would recommend them to anyone. The boys have been having a great time playing with them in our huge backyard, where they can hide and still talk to each other when they are out of reach. They are also super durable, since they are Nerf brand, which is great, because my kiddos are quite rough on toys. They are pretty static-y which can be annoying for mom, but I just send them outside to play with them out there so I don't have to hear the static or the morse code beeps! These totally keep them occupied for a while, and give mom some peace and quiet! Definitely a reason to add them to your gift list! 


Disclosure: I received a sample product in order to facilitate our review. All opinions are 100% my own. 

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