Dec 5, 2014

BlueBee Pals Review

  Meet Bluebee Pals, a new Interactive Bluetooth® Enabled Plush Companion and Learning Tool from Kayle Concepts.  Bluebee Pals is a huggable plush toy that sings, reads and answers phone calls.  The advanced technology includes lip synchronization allowing the animal's "mouth" to move while singing and reading your child's favorite storybooks or learning apps.  You can even surprise and entertain your family and friends when you use your Bluebee Pal as a wireless speaker phone!  Bluebee Pals are available at Toys 'R Us and on  

  I recently was lucky enough to review Leo the Lion Bluebee Pals.  This is the cutest toy/ learning playtoy I have ever seen.  Leo is a huggable plush Lion that talks, sings, reads and can be used as a hands free phone.  Bluebee Pals advanced technology includes lip synchronization allowing the animal’s “mouth” to move while singing, reading your favorite storybooks or learning apps.

  Leo and all BlueBee Pals are all stuffed animals made of soft, plush fabric.  Leo is the size in length 9" width 7" height 13".  
 All  BlueBee Pals are:

*Embedded Bluetooth
* Enabled Speaker  
*Sings along to Music, Stories, Lullabies and Story Books 
*Use as Hands Free Telephone with built in Speaker and Microphone 
*Rechargeable Battery with USB Micro-charge Cable Included  (Adapter not included). 
*Bluebee Pals Instructional Manual Included 
*Connects to any Apple or Android device with Bluetooth capabilities (smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops).


  BlueBee Pals are the most innovative toys on the market.  They can do so many fun things with your child : sing, read to you, answer the phone, and just have fun with your child.  Visit your Toys- R- US today and buy your child one for Christmas today!  I know you will love it!

 *Thanks to BlueBee Pals
 *The opinions of this product are strictly my own.
 *I was not monetarily compensated for this review.
*I  received this product in exchange for a honest, written review.

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