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FurReal Friends Butterscotch Pony £229.99 Or Less Delivered!

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FurReal Friends Butterscotch Pony is £229.99 at Play.Com Buy through QuidCo to earn 4% in cashback or use the direct link opposite to go straight to the deal... Also available from Amazon at £229.99 delivered...

* She whinnies, snorts and makes real pony sounds
* Her ears wiggle and her eyes blink * Her head moves when you touch or talk to her
* Enjoy hours of grooming * Pony comes with carrot, brush and adoption certificate
* Maximum weight 80lbs/36kg * Adult assembly required
* Requires 6 x D batteries (not included) * Dimensions: H 70 x L 80 x W 50 cm
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Most little girls long for a pony at some point during their childhood. Now, these typically unrealised dreams can become a reality with the Butterscotch Pony!

With advanced electronics, puppetry and design, this life-size miniature pony will solidify mum and dad's status as hero when they are finally able to say yes to their little girls' pleadings for the quintessential barnyard playmate.

The Butterscotch pony will amaze kids and adults alike with her level of "awareness" and realism. She can move her head up and down, and back and forth, and her eyes open and close. Sensors enable Butterscotch to respond and interact with the child. When her mane is brushed, a child will hear contented whinnies. When her ears are tickled, she will turn her head and try to find you. When she gets hungry, she'll happily "eat" her very own carrot. And, when she's had enough, she'll shake her head to let you know she's full. Petting her muzzle will cause her to sniff!

With built-in light and sound sensors, Butterscotch can tell what is happening around her. If it suddenly gets dark, she may become frightened and need a hug from you. She will also turn her head in response to noises, and relies on calm, soothing voices to settle her. Whether grooming her, playing with her or even climbing on her back, pretending to gallop into the sunset, the Butterscotch Pony can be a child's best friend and a parents' solution to satisfying their child's greatest dream without having to build a barn!
#2
This is a lovely thing, My 4 year old neice has one.
Please go to toys r us etc to see it working before spending your money tho, the motor for the movement is very noisy and sometimes you can only just hear the pony.
#3
I've seen this working and I am sorry but it just isn't worth that sort of money! My kids have had other much cheaper fur real animals and they only played with them for a very short time before forgetting all about them (even my animal mad daughter). Pony riding lessons would be a much better way of spending the money!
banned#4
Its not life like anyway if it was it would **** on the road and hold traffic up for hours
#5
I take it that the little girl isn't included?

I already have 2 and a son and that's quite enough for me to look after!
#6
* She whinnies, snorts and makes real pony sounds


Sounds like my teenage daughter when she's grounded :)
#7
BTW voted hot £299 seems to be the going price everywhere else.
#8
I honestly cant believe people would consider blowing over £200 on a robotic horse for a kid :?

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