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Furby Boom™ Plush Toy Pets

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    A new generation is hatching! Kids (and their parents) will discover a whole new way to play with the Furby Boom pets.

    WEBCODE: W- 1688090
  • Plush fabric/plastic
  • Uses 4 'AA' batteries (not included)
  • This generation of Furby offers new ways to interact and a new app
  • Ages 6 years and up
  • Not available in Quebec
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$59.99

Save 20% until Oct 30, 2014 Sears regular 74.99

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http://www.sears.ca/product/616-000141002-A4334008

Item #: 164 288 085 10

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    A new generation is hatching! Kids (and their parents) will discover a whole new way to play with the Furby Boom pets.

    WEBCODE: W- 1688090
  • Plush fabric/plastic
  • Uses 4 'AA' batteries (not included)
  • This generation of Furby offers new ways to interact and a new app
  • Ages 6 years and up
  • Not available in Quebec
Design Features
Product depth (in.) 5.0
Product height (in.) 7.99
Product weight (lb.) 1.6
Product width (in.) 7.99
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Product height (in.)
Product weight (lb.)
Product width (in.)

what tablets are the compatible with?

Asked by: Chlow
Hello Chlow, We are sorry but we did not quiet understand the question. Please post another question with sufficient information. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for shopping at Sears. Have a great day!
Answered by: Rz11
Date published: 2014-08-01

Does it talk in french?

Hello, Does this Furby talk in french also? Or only english? Bilingual?
Asked by: SylvieB
They Talk furbish/English mainly. The app for the Furby boom's are available in French tho. There are French speaking furby's out there, not seen at Sears tho. The French ones say right in the description they are French speaking but again its limited to about 8 words. Bonjour, Mon Amie, Ooooh no. That sort of thing.
Answered by: Dimplez
Date published: 2014-06-24