Large and Small Oogi Figures and Oogifant Trunk Review (Moluk)

Large and Small Oogi Figures and Oogifant Trunk
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EDITOR'S REVIEW
OVERALL EDITOR'S RATING:
What It Is

This figure toy is deceptively simple, but easily engaging as you explore innovative ways to connect and pose this character. With suction cup head, hands and feet, and long arms, it connects to other Oogis and any smooth surface. Oogis are also designed to help develop kids' hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, creativity, imagination, role playing and storytelling. 


Here we have Oogi, Glow-in-the-dark Oogi, and Oogifant. Oogifant allows kids to turn everyday objects into elephants with it's super sticky suction cup trunk. Oogis are made of silicone rubber that is latex, phthalate and BPA free. Oogi can be pulled, stretched and manipulated into a variety of surprisingly expressive positions.


Is It Fun?

We found this toy engaging, stimulating and a lot of addictively tactile fun. Oogi is silly, amusing, expressive and playful as this toy can be stretched, twisted and posed in a array of positions. Plus, there is not much that Oogis can't stick to and stick to well. We especially love that Oogis can stick to each other and they can be popped right off without leaving a mark.


Who It’s For

Oogis are recommended for ages 3 and up. We recommend Oogis for anyone who loves figures, especially posable figures, and imaginary play. These figures are also ideal for anyone who loves tactile fun as well as having a great buddy to take along on adventures.     



What To Be Aware Of

Oogis are very strong and made of durable rubber that is not always very stretchy. Yes, Oogi is flexible, but Oogi is not the most flexible toy. Likewise, Oogi's suction is very strong and a young child might have a hard time pulling Oogi off of things. They are also teething-safe, durable and easy to clean with just soap and water.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Easy