Screaming Flying Monkey
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Screaming Flying Monkey

Annoying Aerial Ape

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  • Fling this screeching simian and enrich your existence
  • Arguably the most pointless yet entertaining toy ever made
  • Can fly a good 25ft or more, depending on his mood
  • Dogs go absolutely berserk for it


The Screaming Flying Monkey – a Firebox stalwart for aeons, and surely a top contender for the most entertaining yet utterly pointless toy in history award.

Simply put two fingers in the little pockets in his paws, pull back his super-elasticated bungee arms and let him go. He'll then fly a good 25ft or more, issuing blood-curdling monkey screeches from a hidden speaker as he soars wondrously through the air.

There's few things in life that you'll fall in love with quite so fast (or want to stamp into tiny monkey pieces) but this is definitely one of them. Seriously addictive, it genuinely doesn't get much more fun than flinging this loud-mouthed aerial ape about the place. But don't just take our word for it; order one now and witness the awesome effect Screaming Flying Monkey has on onlookers, mesmerised animals and unwitting targets alike.

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13 Reviews

Average 5/5 stars
  • "I bought this for my Pops, it is brilliant for annoying the shiz out of your significant other! Its fantastic, x"
    Rozz - 28th of January, 2017
  • "Even cooler than expected."
    Raquel - 29th of March, 2016
  • "Ridiculously funny for no reason at all."
    Darren Potts - 9th of December, 2015
  • "Amazing service! Ordered Friday afternoon and it was on my doorstep Saturday morning all safe and sound. Has a sneaky go at the flying monkey before wrapping it up for my grandsons table present. Haven't tried the underwater disco light show as I don't have a bath (only a shower) so wrapped that up for my granddaughters table present."
    Zita - 2nd of December, 2015
  • "Dog loves it."
    Maryellen - 27th of November, 2015