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FURBY is Back!

on 7.16.2012 at 4:38pm
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Do any of you remember when FURBY came out 15 years ago?   Well, they’re back and ready to entertain kids and adults alike!

You can check out FURBY and get reacquainted with the fun.  Every day for the next 10 days, head over to their website on Walmart  for 10 days of FURBY!  You can also download daily a new activity to share with your friends and family for some FURBY fun.

If you’re wondering what’s going to be so different about this FURBY, they’re going to be much more high-tech!

  • FURBY can move its eyes to show you a variety of feelings through digital LED eyes.
  • Watch as FURBY begins to learn English (with your help of course).
  • FURBY has a real personality! The more you interact with FURBY, the more its personality changes.
  • Sit FURBY down with another FURBY friends to watch them speak to each other.

If you can’t wait to get your hands on your own new FURBY, you can start pre-ordering them on August 3rd on Walmart.com.  Or, you can purchase it on the same site on September 16th.

Want to let your family and friends in on the fun?  Share about it on your Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter with #FURBYSBack.

    • amanda baldwin

      Oh no! not Furby! my parents gave me one as a present when they came out, AH IT BECAME SOOOO ANNOYING! And furby spoke to other furby friends when I had one…. Creepy things

      • Deblack

        i still have one of the old ones still in the box in my closet, got him out the other day.

    • Guest

      Uggg….can we please not encourage people to WASTE their money on this CRAP?! Please Jenny stay focused on saving us $ on positive/educational toys and, of course, groceries! :) It just makes me sad that there is the potential of seeing a child just sitting in a house staring at this stupid thing for hours instead of playing outside and such!

      • Eden

         The more likely outcome is a child running outside….away from his/her Furby!

      • Frogmor

        If you are not interested then don’t buy it. Jenny can post what she likes. Other people may be thrilled to see this toy come back and may buy one with the money they have saved on their groceries. That is their choice as well. Please do not expect this site to cater to your wants alone. Perhaps you should set up your own site focused on what you want. ;0)

      • AM

        Wow. You have quite the chip on your shoulder. You should learn to relax and don’t let things bother you so much.

    • Eden

      Terrifying. Absolutely terrifying!

    • Cepcoupons

      My Furby terrified me when I was younger!  We took the batteries out and turned it off and it STILL would come alive at random times! 

      • luv2save678

        exactly!!! ours did that too

    • MomPat

      Guess THAT’S what happened to the world…FURBY’S were unleashed on it.  Good grief, I never knew, and I bought them for my kids!  Lighten up, people! 

      • Guest

        Shame you wasted money on that crap!

        • guest

          Price of furby in the 90’s….20 dollars.  Seeing your child smile and laugh while they play with a furby….priceless.

    • Cindy

      Why all the negativity?  If I don’t have to clean up after it, sounds like a good pet!

      • Guest

        Because they are stupid and it is stupid to waste money on them!

    • Zeb

      We had furbies and they were not haunted, lol.  I think my bf at the time was scared of them because he hid them in the closet from me, but they started talking and I found them. lol

    • Pattyrace9

      The new Furby looks a lot cutter. Fond memories for when I was a child.

    • guest

      If it is raining or the temperature is dangerously hot the kids need something to do inside too.  What kid has not had stuffed animals of some sort or dolls?  These toys are important to a child’s development as well as what is considered “educational”.  My children are in high school and they are well rounded and intelligent, taking college credit courses since freshman year.   They had furbies in their preschool years, it did not damage them,  so berating jenny for posting about an non educational toy is uncalled for and mean.  Maybe you aren’t interested in buying this item and that’s fine, you can’t please everyone all the time.  For anyone who does want to buy it, it won’t ruin their kids’ development.  Some things have to be just for fun, it’s healthy. 

      • guest

        This was meant to be posted in reply to guest at bottom of page…

    • Tracy

      when the furbies first came out, my mom, sister, and i were waiting in line at walmart the day after thanksgiving.  it was so much fun.  we used to have them all sit in a circle and have them talk to each other.  it was creepy though when they would turn on and talk in the middle of the night.  haha.  :o)

    • Saya

      My daughter got it for her birthday when she turn 2 (now she’s 8) and she like to play with it for a while and she got bored, so furby just sit in our living room just watching us and sometime make weird noises (…Lol..) and just as soon my daughter didn’t pay attention to furby anymore we get rid off it the next day.

    • Lisa

       Thank you Jenny, you have just made me feel old.  15 years ago?  Surely it hasn’t REALLY been that long, right?  RIGHT?  Anyway, as we prepare to foster/adopt children, this may be something we get.  Maybe.  Depending on if these new ones come haunted like the old ones did.  Apparently my mom has my old one in her attic and heard it talking the other day (no batteries mind you, and the thing is apparently 15 years old) when she was looking for something. 

      As for ‘crap’ and such, everyone has bought their child at least ONE non-educational toy.  If you don’t want it, don’t buy it.  Kids can’t play outside all the time, and I’d rather my (future) children use their imagination or teach something how to talk than sit in front of the TV.