Glow-in-the-Dark Skeleton & Mummy Wind-Ups
Bought these for Halloween treat bags for our employees (ranging in age from 18-25 mostly). These were a HUGE hit with that age bracket. We bought 5 dozen and there wasn't a single dud in all of them -- yes, I did wind them up and try each and every one of them! Even turned out the lights to get the glow in the dark effect! They don't glow as bright as I'd like them to but they are truly awesome anyway! Now I wish I'd bought some more to give out instead of candy for trick or treat! Probably not the greatest for little ones but awesome for older kids and for adults.
October 26, 2011
Cute wind up toys which are perfect Halloween treats.
August 28, 2014
I bought these to be included in Halloween goody bags for my office. Everyone loved them and it was pretty entertaining to hear them being wound up across the room to be let loose across coworkers' desks.
November 2, 2013
Cute and Inexpensive
Great, inexpensive Halloween alternatives to candy for the "trick-or-treaters." Be careful--don't use very small items for ages under 3 years. Items are exactly as depicted and were delivered promptly.
October 11, 2013
Great Item For All Ages!
Bought these for a Kid's Halloween Party. They arrived at my office and when I opened the box and showed the Wind-Ups to the rest of the staff, they all wanted one to put on their desk. We have Skeletons and Mummy walking all over the office. Might have to order more for the kids!
October 11, 2012
Sent these to my college kid. The whole floor had fun placing bets and winning candy on the races!
October 10, 2012
Dead Men Walking
These are so adorable and fun! I bought them as a Halloween treat for the kids. The children had skeleton/mummy races in the dark with these glow-in-the-dark windables. They love 'em!
October 6, 2012
I got these to distribute to the folks at my office for Halloween - a tradition for me. These are adorable. Like most plastic wind-up toys,just a wind or two is enough and much more over-winds them, but they move well and stay upright.
September 9, 2011