This Remote Controlled Wall-E Toy is ‘Ohhhh’

Disney and Pixar’s Hello WALL-E from Mattel comes to life as a remote-controlled robot toy that is a pint-sized production of the original classic character.

At approximately 9.5-inches tall, this RC figure authentically represents the trash-compacting robot character’s design down to the expressive eyes. The remote control is easy for kids ages 4 years and older to maneuver. The remote lets them send WALL-E forward and change direction through backup j-turns. His head and arms move as he does for even more movie-like motion.

a toy review from charlenechronicles.com

For lights and sounds without movement, push the button on his front — with more than 20 light and sound combinations, he’s ready to surprise – and melt your heart. Kids will love the possibilities for playtime with this fan-favorite character, who makes the perfect best-friend! The only thing I wish it could do was to move its eyes and hands, like the movie, but it does not. However, it is still an adorable toy based on a lovable character that is worth collecting if you are a Wall-E/Disney fan.

It also a great gift for kids four years and older, who will love engaging and playing with this best friend robot. The price is around $49.99 and sold at Walmart, Target, and Amazon. Want to support my review and blog, which I would really appreciate! Check out the toy here on my Amazon affiliate linktoy review blog

Thanks for staying and reading my blog post!

If you are new to Charlene Chronicles, I would love for you to subscribe to my email updates so we can chronicle luxurious things together! When you subscribe, you'll receive five outfit ideas that are marvelously mom-friendly!

About Charlene DeLoach

As a Boston Mom Blogger in Massachusetts, Charlene DeLoach doesn't care about the megapixels on a smartphone. She only cares about whether it will survive being in the hands of her kids.

Please leave a comment

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: