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Very funny when activated...my wifes #1 favorite.
I put him in a large wide mouth glass jar and it's hilarious to watch and hear him go through his stumbling moves. Love it!
Everyone that I showed this little guy to got a kick out of him! Its aa great conversation piece!!!
I cant begin to tell you the level of awesomeness this thing is. HOWEVER...there is no motion sensor on this thing. Huh?? I spent the money bc it seemed great and you can always count on spirit, but honestly i wouldnt have bought it if i woulda known i have to push a button every time in order for it to work.
I love the Zombie Gnome Sidestepper! I just got him today with two footpads, a green strobe light, and a blue strobe light. I have him in my nursery on a play mat with Creeping Tommy. Out of the Evil Toys, I also have Monkey Chimes and Deady Bear. I will try to get more soon. I think my next purchase will either be the Spider Spell Book or Jacked up Jill. Anyways, I love him! Great job, Spirit Halloween!
This is a cute little prop. Only about a foot tall. It has more of a stuffed toy feel rather than a prop feel. The movements are more cute than scary. Perfect for houses who decorate more conservatively. I also purchased the zombie head wall plaque and was bummed to hear the sounds were the same.
When I saw this on the site, I just HAD to have it.. I overlooked it in the store on my first visit, as they didn't put it with the other garden gnomes for some reason. The size is pretty cool, he'd blend in well with actual garden gnomes (not the large ones they sell), though you'd have to make sure not to leave him out overnight, or in the rain/moisture, or I'm such his electronics would fail, and his clothes would deteriorate. When you activate him (by pressing a button on his arm) he does his little jig, amongst zombie moans. At the store, I put four of them on the floor and triggered them, to see how they did. Two of them kept immediately falling over without running into anything. I'd assume that weighting down the feet slightly might make those a little more stable, or experimenting with surface textures for the bottom of his boots, but my guy doesn't fall over at all, so I don't have to worry about it. He looks really good, and will display well on a shelf or something, but I find it very disappointing that he doesn't have a motion or sound sensor to activate him. As a result, he'll probably never be activated at all, which is a real shame.
He grunts and does the side steps. There is choice between 11 or 22 seconds. My cats were jealous. Sometimes the gnome would get out of hand and fall over on smooth surface. Even that, it's too funny with him on his back.
This prop is a great idea. It works well and sounds great. HOWEVER, you have to press a momentary switch on the gnome's wrist to activate. This is very awkward and limits its use as a Halloween prop.
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There is one thing that is certain about gnomes. Either you love them or you hate them. I have a co-worker that hates gnome and anything with make-up so this was the perfect gag fright. His movements are erratic and unusual to add to the creep factor. A wonderful addition to my gnome collection.
Every one who sees it loves it