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WowWee introduces Untamed

Published on: 19th March 2018

WowWee’s latest phenomenon will be first unleashed at global retailers in the UK, Canada and Australia this week.

WowWee introduces its latest interactive robotic toys. The first of the interactive predators, the Untamed Raptors, arrive online and in-stores in the UK, Canada and Australia this week for their debut launch, with a scheduled release in the US for May.

Jazwares and WowWee are proud to announce the UK as an official early launch market for the Untamed brand, and anticipate that the range will replicate the success of the Fingerlings craze.

The latest range from WowWee’s successful Fingerlings family, the Untamed Raptors are fierce and unpredictable creatures, a world away from their Fingerlings cousins. Kids can choose whether their raptor is friend or foe, by unleashing their ferocious side with a shake or poke, causing the raptors to roar, hiss, and chomp. However, if kids pet their noses the raptors can be tamed and will hum, coo, and purr. Four different characters are available, each with its own personality: Stealth, Blaze, Fury, and Razor.

Andrew Yanofsky, brand manager at WowWee, commented: “WowWee is all about delivering on-trend toys that take fun experiences to the next level with unmatched innovation and creativity. The Untamed line truly embodies that – packing amazing personality, features, and entertainment into a collectible interactive toy that’s both fierce and fun.”

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