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Decorate your colleague's box
Whether it’s your fridge, car, or computer screen, there’s something very reassuring about chatting to something that can’t answer you back. Stick a pair of Blinking Eyes onto it and it’s even easier.
Just switch on these gloriously cartoony mince-pies and within seconds they’ll have synced with each other, blinking at random intervals in a way that’s endearingly (and hilariously) human.
All sorts of cut-out accessories are included in the box for adding even more personality, as well as suction cups and hooks for attaching to any surface- you’ll be anthropomorphosising your life within minutes!
suction cup on the back
Each eye requires 3x AAA batteries (not included)
Make a funny face!
Cardboard cut-outs included, to add even more personality!
Blinking electronic eyes
Eyes sync with each other using IR signal
Hang anywhere using suction cups or hooks (included)
Includes decoration sheet to add tears, eyelashes,
eyebrows, or a comedy nose
6x AAA batteries (not included)
Each eye measures approximately 7.5cm (Dia.) x 4.5cm (H)
How long do the batteries last for? Andrew, Runcorn, Cheshire, UK - 23rd November 2011
Firebox says: They should last a pretty long time Andrew.
Great in a noisy environment, but in a quiet environment the fairly loud clacking noise made by the blinking becomes very distracting / annoying. I took them in my office - first 5 minutes everybody loved them then the comments about the noise started. Chris, Keighley - 19th October 2011
Would buy a pair but I think there to blinking expensive ha ha. Marty, South Shields - 10th September 2011
Am gonna buy these - for myself my fella and sister. I am going to have mine in the car looking out of the back window at other drivers hahahaha. Michelle, Wakefield; W Yorks - 5th May 2011
Can they be attached to a wall because I was hoping to put them on my bedroom wall. Sam Andrews, Pontypridd - 28th April 2011
Firebox says: No sorry, you would need to use a shelf.
Emily Graham, Musselburgh, Scotland - 15th April 2011
Firebox says: Sorry about that! If you have not done so already please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can look into this for you.