Wildluvs Juno, My Baby Elephant Review (Spin Master)

Wildluvs Juno, My Baby Elephant
What It Is

Kids will go wild over caring for their very own baby elephant with Wildluvs Juno, My Baby Elephant. This interactive toy elephant has more than 150 sounds and movements, including a highly realistic and playful moving trunk that responds to your touch. Juno also responds to sensors on her forehead and cheeks, responding with coos, ear flaps, and other happy noises. There are a variety of ways to play with Juno, and the more you interact with her, the more you'll get to know her silly personality.

Use Juno's peanut to train her to perform different tricks. Just give Juno her peanut and press her back button to enter the Training mode. Touching Juno's sensors in specific ways will activate certain tricks - eventually. The more you play with Juno, the more tricks she will reveal, including bowing down, trumpet fanfare, helicopter, and dancing. 

You can also give Juno her mouse and press the back button to enter Games mode. Again, the more you play with Juno, the more games she will reveal. There are four games to activate, depending on what sensors you touch: Flying Mouse, Peekaboo, Singing, and Build a Tune. 

Or press the button on Juno's back in regular play mode to make her do a fun trick or dance.

Juno's legs are poseable so that she can sit or stand, perfect for holding Juno and cuddling with her.

Is It Fun?

Kids will think it's really fun to care for their own baby elephant, an experience that kids don't always get in the real world. But in the world of interactive toy pets, anything is possible, and playing with Juno brings the nurturing pet play to life for a roleplay experience young animal lovers will really enjoy.

Who It’s For

Juno is for ages 5 and up. Kids who like playing with electronic pets will enjoy the realistic roleplay with Juno.

What To Be Aware Of

Four AA batteries are required but not included.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    4 AA batteries required