Just because kids have smartphones now doesn’t mean that good ol’ fashioned walkie-talkies are a thing of the past. eKids is bringing back this classic form of communication with new walkie-talkie packs sporting two of the most popular cartoon series: PAW Patrol and Spidey and His Amazing Friends.
From rescuing pups around the world to thwarting Doc Ock’s evil plans just in time for dinner, kids ages 3 and up can communicate with one another from far-out distances as they embark on their outdoor adventures. Two walkie-talkies come in each pack. PAW Patrol fans will love the set that features puppy first responders Marshall and Chase, while the Spidey and Amazing Friends set showcases New York City’s friendly neighborhood superpals Peter Parker, Miles Morales, and Gwen Stacey.
Setting up these walkies is as easy as popping in four AAA batteries and clicking the ON switch. Once both walkie-talkies are ready to go, kids can simply hold down the TALK button and speak into the microphone. With so many toys nowadays requiring 30 minutes or more to set up, offering your kids something easy and fun could save parents a ton of headaches when playtime comes around.
These eKids walkie-talkies are reasonably sized — small enough to fit in your kids’ pocket until it’s time for action. Kids can use them to play with their friends, or parents can take one to check in on their little ones. Are your kids not cleaning up after themselves? Nothing a quick page on their walkie-talkies can’t fix. With the long antenna on each device, kids can talk to whoever is on the other end from up to 500 feet away with little to no static. “Affirmative. The clarity of the 2-way conversations is quite impressive. Over.”
Looking for the toy to take your kids’ outdoor adventures to the next level? These walkie-talkies could be just the tools for the best summer playtime!
SPIDEY AND HIS AMAZING FRIENDS WALKIE-TALKIES
Your super kid can help Peter Parker, Miles Morales, and Gwen Stacey save the day with these Spidey and His Amazing Friends walkie-talkies. Kids can pretend to battle the Sinister Six and communicate with one another from up to 500 feet.