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The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs, The Hottest 2010 Christmas Toy.
These adorable little creatures, The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are not just for the kids, adults love them too.
It’s not very often that a toy comes along that appeals to all ages and all genders, but the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are one that does, and they just make you laugh.
These are not one of those toys that the kids play with once and cast aside. This is a toy that will be a keeper. This is a toy that makes you laugh every time it opens its mouth.
What are The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs?
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs were just released in May of 2010. Initially there were only 4 colors available. At this writing there are 9 colors and by Christmas 2010 there should be 12 different colors available.
They have similarities to little teddy bear style dolls. They have bright colored sort of retro style T-shirts. If you squeeze their bellies, their mouth opens showing cute little teeth and a tongue inside and when you let go, their mouth closes. But more notably, when you squeeze their bellies, they sing! When they sing, their mouth moves in synchronization with their singing.
Individually, they each have their own peculiar yet distinctive voice. Each different color Sing-A-Ma-Jig has a different vocal range from alto to baritone.
Independently, they seem to sing out strange random notes in some weird form of musical speech. However, if you get more than one to sing a single note at the same time, it’s almost as if they auto tune and actually sing together in harmony. With perfect pitch, they harmonize.
When you squeeze the left paw you change their singing modes from jibber jabber chatter to singing a single note or press again and they sing preset songs. In song mode, you can control the tempo of the song, by how long you hold and how rapidly you squeeze its belly, to give each song its own unique musical styling.
Each color Sing-A-Ma-Jig has a different song that it sings.
Purple Sings:“Oh Susanna”!
Orange Sings:“On Top of Old Smokey”!
Pink Sings:“Skip to My Lou”!
Teal Sings:“When the Saints Go Marching In”!
Red Sings:“Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone”!
Yellow Sings:“Home on the Range”!
Hot Pink sings:“A Tisket A Tasket”!
Light Blue sings:“For He’s A Jolly Good Fellow”!
Mint Green sings:“It’s Raining It’s Pouring”!
These quirky little characters sing, harmonize and annoy. Yes, annoy. Just imagine an hour and a half trapped in the car to grandmas. You, the little ones and the other little ones emitting those strange sounds at whatever tempo the kids decide on. What do you do? The only thing that you can do; get your own Sing-A-Ma-Jig, sing along, harmonize and annoy them back. To be honest, The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are not loud enough to really be annoying.
The Problem Is Finding The Sing A Ma Jigs:
Your kids and every other kid are going to want The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs for Christmas. The problem is that we are just barely into the Christmas buying season and already The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are in short supply and becoming hard to find. Many of the local retailers are already running out of stock or are partially out of stock. There are only four local major retailers, Wal-Mart, Target, Toys-R-Us and Kmart carrying The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs and they are all struggling to keep them in stock.
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs were originally supposed to sell for $12.99. As you can imagine, that’s pretty much out the window now. With the demand getting higher and the supplies getting lower, well you know what that means, the price is going up.
Where You Can Find The Sing A Ma Jigs At Bargain Prices:
There are places popping up all over the internet now that are carrying these crazy creatures. Unfortunately, because of the demand the prices are also skyrocketing. Some of the prices at many of these obscure web sites, as well as many of the name brand stores, are getting absolutely ridiculous and it comes to question whether you can even trust some of these sites.
We have a solution for you. First off, we find that eBay and Amazon seem to consistently have the absolute best prices on or off the web. Often times for less money than you could buy them locally, if you can find them in stock locally.
So to make it simple for you and our friends and family to find them at bargain prices, we have set up a web site that compares live prices from eBay, Amazon and the other major stores.
write by Blanche