Kota: My Triceratops - Was £299.99 Now £189.99 Delivered (£180.49 w/Quidco) @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest I can find for this. Use the 5% off voucher here - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/266921/5-off-absolutely-everything-play-co/ There's also 4% cashback through quidco (£180.49)

Kota the Triceratops is the all new life-size children's ride-able toy dinosaur. Featuring sophisticated electronics, animatronics and design, this 'life-size' baby dinosaur 'comes to life' creating a magical experience for preschoolers. Measuring over 40 inches long, Kota the Triceratops reacts to touch and sound with realistic dinosaur noises and movements.

Featuring sensors in eleven areas on his body, Kota will react to touch by moving his head, tail and horns or giving a friendly dino roar. With Kota the Triceratops children will enjoy the simulated experience of 'riding' a dinosaur; kids can ride comfortably on his back in a spring-loaded seat, holding onto a handle hidden behind the dinosaur's head. Children will be magically transported to an adventure in dinosaur land while 'riding' Kota and will hear fun jungle sounds.

Kids can also flip a switch on the handle to play adventure-themed songs while enjoying their prehistoric journey. Kota the Triceratops comes complete with leafy greens that the dinosaur will 'munch' when 'fed' and like a good friend, Kota will roar back when spoken to
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#1
http://images.play.com/covers/5622736x.jpg
#2
It doesn't do a lot for 200 notes does it? I thought it would give the child a ride (walk with the child on its back).
#3
Blasphemous
It doesn't do a lot for 200 notes does it? I thought it would give the child a ride (walk with the child on its back).
You obviously didn't read the description then - "kids can ride comfortably on his back in a spring-loaded seat, holding onto a handle hidden behind the dinosaur's head"
#4
whizzkid
You obviously didn't read the description then - "kids can ride comfortably on his back in a spring-loaded seat, holding onto a handle hidden behind the dinosaur's head"
By 'ride' I meant 'walk with the child on its back'. To me, a 'ride' is more than a spring loaded seat. http://www.mysmiley.net/imgs/smile/rolleye/rolleye0014.gif I think the wording of the advert is a tad misleading in terms of 'ride'.
A quote from the following site:

Kota the Dinosaur (Triceratops) [SIZE="3"]does not walk[/SIZE] who needs that with so many other fantastic features. Kota the Dinosaur is a fantastic new product from playskool and your child will just fall in love with Kota the Triceratops. With Kota The Dinosaur only needing batteries to all her to work remeber and buy them as you dont want your kids getting a fantastic Kota The Triceratops and not being able to play with it on christmas day.



http://www.my-kota-triceratops.co.uk/product-information.php
#5
heat just for the idea of it :thumbsup:

I imagine this wont last to new year as after a few beers the adults will give in to temptation and ride it "ye ha" - photos ops - :etc etc :-D
#6
My 4 year old had this on his list for santa and I was looking for a deal on one a few weeks ago until I discovered it didn't walk, I agree the ads are misleading as he and I were both under the impression a child could ride on it and not just sit on it. So basically after christmas it would be nothing more than a huge dinosaur ornament, I can see a lot of people trying to return these on boxing day.
#7
Are you kidding me? This is the biggest hunk of junk I have ever seen. Who in their right mind would buy this for £20, let alone the £190 they are trying to charge!
#8
"I read that it takes upto 70lb in weight. Now to get myself down to 5 stone!"

You're obviously not thinking this through logically - what you need are a whole herd of them - then you can spread your weight over them all and take on bystanders for passengers. MWA HA HA! :)

Shame they don't walk - riding a herd to the supermarkets would be ace. Like a Stone Age Santa!

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