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Flying Toys to exhibit Silverlit’s new DigiBirds line

Published on: 28th January 2014

Silverlit received a positive response to its new DigiBirds in Hong Kong recently, and UK distributor Flying Toys will launch these products to toy and gift buyers at Spring Fair next week.DigiBird300

The interactive DigiBirds behave like a real bird, moving their heads and beaks in time to their birdsongs. Whistle to start the DigiBird tweeting or singing a random choice of 24 pre-set melodies.

Featuring a multi-play mode allowing several DigiBirds to sing a chorus together, children can choose their favourite DigiBird to be the leader and the remaining birds will synchronise their movements and sing automatically. There are 12 distinctive DigiBirds to collect and the birds are supplied complete with three batteries and a finger ring.

An extensive TV campaign is planned to promote the DigiBirds during the run-up to Christmas.

The DigiBirds will be available from Silverlit’s UK distributor Flying Toys from Summer 2014 onwards, who will be exhibiting at Spring Fair on stand 3A03. For further details, please contact David Rawlins at david@flyingtoys.com or visit www.flyingtoys.com.

You can watch the DigiBirds in action in the video below:

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