Power Rangers Beast Morphers - Electronic Cheetah Claw

Price: £20.99
The Red Ranger uses the strength of the Cheetah Claw to take on his enemies

Product Features

  • Kids can imagine battling their foes alongside their favourite Rangers with the Cheetah Claw

  • Strap the Electronic Cheetah Claw toy to their hand, then make a slashing motion to extend the claws

  • Pushing a button on the handle makes them retract again, ready for more action.

  • Cheetah Claw features reactive sound effects that respond to slashing movements

 When the Red Ranger powers up in Red Fury Mode, he uses the strength of the Cheetah Claw to take on his enemies. Kids can imagine battling their foes alongside their favourite Rangers when they wield the Power Rangers Beast Morphers Electronic Cheetah Claw! Inspired by the Power Rangers Beast Morphers series, the Electronic Cheetah Claw toy features reactive sound effects that respond to slashing movements by kids as they imagine battling monsters and villains as one of the Power Rangers. 

The Electronic Cheetah Claw toy features reactive sound effects that respond to slashing movements.

Kids can strap the Electronic Cheetah Claw toy to their hand, then make a slashing motion to extend the claws. Pushing a button on the handle makes them retract again, ready for more action.

With this Power Rangers Beast Morphers Electronic Cheetah Claw toy, kids can imagine they're taking on powerful monsters and villains as one of the Power Rangers.

 Requires 2 x AAA batteries (demo batteries included)
Suitable for 5 + years
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts may be generated. Not for children under 3 years.
CAUTION: Do not hit or swing at people or animals. Use away from breakable objects.

 
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