Retro Slinky Dog

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Retro Slinky Dog

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Slinky Story and Beyond


The Lovable Toy Story in Retro 1950’s Style Packaging!

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  1. well we purchased this toy – slinky dog, because our son loves toy story and this looked like the best slinky we could find. we recieved it quickly and my son has a blast with it. even hugs it even though its not soft. . ha ha! the legs do not move which i did not expect them too, but for those wondering about this toy it has wheels on its feet and a string out its head thats about 4-6inches long. there is a string from upper torso to backend and through the tail inside the slinky parts so the toy does not over extend. (helps keep the slinky part not stretched out) – for those that never had a slinky toy if they stretch too fast the become misshaped and are hard to reshape if at all. also like to add my son did get it a little of the slinky bent next to the body but its a toy and kids do things like that it really didnt ruin the look or funtion of the toy at all. and its easy to clean. ;) IN SHORT: the toy is great and rolls on wheels.

    • Rusti
    • September 28, 2009

    Durability:2. 0 out of 5 stars Fun:3. 0 out of 5 stars Educational:2. 0 out of 5 stars 

    My son loved this toy at first. But withing 10 minutes of playing with it, the internal string (meant to keep the slinky from being stretched out) was wrapped around the slinky, making it a wadded mess. It took me about 5 minutes to unwrap it. Ten minutes later my son was in tears as it was wrapped up again. Essentially, normally play, even just pulling it, causes it to fall over and get wound up in a knotted mess. Not good. I cut the cord to prevent this the next day (15 repairs in 5 hours is too many for me). Lots of fun, my son had a blast all day. He’d put a book on the tail, get on the bed and pull it till the tail came whipping up over the bed (no, he didn’t lose an eye. =)) Negative of this is it stretches out the metal slinky, and in less than a week the toy is useless. However, he enjoyed that week a lot more than he would have enjoyed a year with it had the cord remained attached.

  2. Durability:1. 0 out of 5 stars Fun:5. 0 out of 5 stars Educational:2. 0 out of 5 stars 

    Slinky dog may be cute, but he doesn’t hold up too well. The nose will fall off, making it a possible choking hazard for very small children. Also with kids, they tend to tangle and bend and stretch the slinky in the middle, the actual coil does not hold up to ALOT of handling, the metal gets bent easily and it can and will tangle to the point of being beyond repairable. . . I think the person with the idea, had a good idea, but didn’t follow through on the fact that very active, small children were going to actually play with this toy.

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