Caradoc - Interactive Skeletal Steampunk Unicorn
To us he looks more like a dog cosplaying as a unicorn, but there's nothing wrong with that.
When the button on his back is pressed, Cardoc's jaw will open and close, his tail will wag, and his eyes light up (he does not walk). He will stop on his own, but if the button is pressed again he'll stop immediately. He also has the option to be sound-activated; in this mode he'll turn on when there is a noise. He's around 810" across and 8½" high by 7" long, has real glass eyes, and a cool skull cameo.
.All Critters come with a Care & Feeding card with their name, number, and an explanation of their switch and/or other functions. Operates on 2 AAA batteries (included).
Clockwork Critters are artwork based on re-purposed animated children’s toys. The base animals are mostly plastic, which have been hand-painted to look like metal through a variety of faux-finishing techniques. Each Critter is individually numbered and named, and is one-of-a-kind. Because their ornamentation may be sharp, pointy, or break-off-and-swallowable, they are NOT meant for children.
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