Owleez, The First Ever Interactive Toy Pet That Kids Can Teach How to Fly

| November 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Owleez, the first ever interactive toy pet that kids can teach how to fly. The adorable baby owl combines the ultimate trifecta of coveted features; unique pet, interactive nurturing toy and the magic of flight.

With over 100 interactive sounds and movements, the baby owl responds to touch, love and care. By swinging her through the air, children can teach her how to fly.

Watch her soar or comfort her after a crash, Owleez is made of durable and lightweight materials so when she crashes it’s okay, it’s all part of the learning experience.

“We are incredibly excited to introduce Owleez, our first ever interactive toy pet that can fly,” says Kate Keller, VP Marketing RC. “The combination of an interactive toy pet that children can actually teach how to fly is truly innovative.

Owleez, The First Ever Interactive Toy Pet That Kids Can Teach How to Fly

Owleez takes flight on October 4 (CNW

It’s extremely satisfying for kids to see the result of the love and care they put into their own Owleez toy pet. They experience the delight and reward knowing it is something that they taught it to do.”

Spin Master is committed to uncovering the latest trends that push the boundaries of fun. The company’s research team did some digging to get to the bottom of what kids really want and Owleez delivers just that.

Eighty-one per cent of kids surveyed said they wanted a pet that could fly while an overwhelming 91% chose flying as the superhero power they most desired*.

To introduce Owleez, Spin Master is teaming up with popular YouTube family Tic Tac Toy for the creation of commercials and how-to content.

The kids, Addy and Maya, star in the commercial and reveal the Owleez baby owl in their own unboxing video on their channel. How-to content with Addy and Maya is also available on Spin Master Spark Club YouTube Channel.

Owleez, The First Ever Interactive Toy Pet That Kids Can Teach How to Fly

Owleez is already taking off, being named a top holiday toy by Target, landing coveted spots on Walmart’s Top Rated by Kids List and UK retailer Argos as well as receiving the Toy of the Year Award from the Revue de Jouet in France. But it needs the help of a child to fly.

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