48 Vinyl Bendable Neon Monkeys
Kids love bendables
Great stocking stuffers. I did not really need 50, but I saved some back for future replacements. My three kids carry these in their pockets and play with them alot.
May 31, 2011
As described, kids love them!
These were exactly as described. They are a nice size, not too small, and not too big. They were a great addition to my child's monkey themed favor bags. Lots of fun to twist and tangle.
October 10, 2012
Don't waste your money
These are horrible, they don't bend like it shows in the picture. They are cheaply made, which I realize they aren't that expensive, but trust me you get what you paid for. The tails don't bend and that makes the monkeys look really dumb.
March 1, 2012
Won't Stand Up
Tail is NOT bendable making it impossible for the monkeys to stand up...even though the image shows them standing. I was so disappointed that I returned my order.
October 27, 2011
Great for the Christmas Shoeboxes
I bought these for the shoeboxes, the color mix is great in each package, the legs and arms bend fairly well. The tail does not bend- that would make them even more fun-- but I am still glad I got them for each shoe box.
August 4, 2011
used in a meeting for breaking a large group in to a smaller group
March 7, 2011
I bought these for my 6 year old's birthday party, and don't get me wrong they are adorable, but they just don't bend!
January 13, 2011
Great for a Monkey Hunt
To celebrate Grandpa's birthday, we had a "monkey hunt." Each grandchild had to collect the 16 monkeys (we purchased 2 sets) that matched the color of the handle of his tote bag. After each child found his monkeys, he helped the others. We placed a mark on the back of some of the monkeys making them "prize-earning" monkeys. A great time was had by all.
These monkeys are flexible and easy to hang from chairs, cabinet knobs, furniture etc. They are bright and colorful. Our order was free of the chemical odor that some customers had mentioned. A few of the yellow monkeys had a slight streak of another color but it was not problematic or severely disfiguring.
August 21, 2010
After reading Management Time: Who's Got the Monkey (an article from the Harvard Business Review), I realized this item is a great learning tool for workshops on everything from time management to supervisory skills. Workshop participants love them. One coaching client even brings her moneky to each session to remind herself to keep the monkey off her back.
June 3, 2010
We use these monkeys for training and give them out as a reminder to be flexible. Sometimes there are a few of them that show wear from shipping, or some paint defects, but they are typically pretty good.
May 7, 2010