We received a Power Action Pikachu in order to facilitate our review, however, all thoughts and opinions are our own. The giveaway prize has been sponsored by Wicked Cool Toy.
Power Action Pikachu and Holly Jolly Giveaway Hop
Pikachu is easily one of the most popular Pokemon characters and Pokemon fans of all ages will fall in love with this lovable, huggable Power Action Pikachu. This Wicked Cool Toys Pikachu is officially licensed and one of the most advanced and interactive Pikachu toys on the market. It is quickly becoming a top toy this holiday season and we can’t wait to give one away to one lucky reader.
The Power Action Pikachu is a super soft, ten inch plush toy that is not just for snuggling. He is motion activated and responds based on the user’s movement and how he lands. He has 360 degree sensors that make him super interactive and play time never gets boring as he will act differently each time.
Power Action Pikachu features light-up tail, light-up cheeks, sounds, and speech. Shake Pikachu to power him up along with activating him for interaction. Plus the longer you play with him the more dynamic reactions you will notice from him. He acts differently depending on the way he lands, what direction he is facing, and other cool factors. Children of all ages will enjoy playing with Power Action Pikachu and he makes a great addition to every Pokemon collection. See Pikachu in action in the video below.
The Power Action Pikachu is only $29.99 and is available online at Amazon.Com and Megalopolis, as well as in-store at Target, Game Stop, and Walmart. Make sure you shop early as this toy is sure to sell out before Christmas.
If you think the Power Action Pikachu is cool, you will want to check out all the other amazing toys from Wicked Cool Toys.
A special thanks to MamatheFox for organizing the Holly Jolly Giveaway Hop!
Can’t wait to find out if you won? Get your Power Action Pikachu online at Amazon or in stores at Walmart and Target.
December 1 – 15, 2018 , US
Power Action Pikachu
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