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Sing-A-Ma-Jigs By Fisher Price (Mattel) Toy Dolls Review
A consumer's opinion of the "Sing A Ma Jigs" toy dolls that sing, harmonize & chatter including pictures and a video clip.

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We purchased these two Sing-A-Ma-Jigs toy dolls for a four year old girl's birthday party coming up this weekend.

They were $8.54 each with free two day shipping via UPS using our Amazon Prime membership for a total cost of $17.08.

The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs come equipped with two AAA alkaline batteries to power their very humorous singing, harmonizing and "chattering" (gibberish sounds).

From reading other reviews of the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs dolls, it seemed like half of the fun of these toys was having two or more of them to "interact" with each other.

We chose the hot pink model that sings the "A Tisket A Tasket" nursery rhyme and the dark purple doll that sings the "Clementine" song.

Opening Battery Compartment
Two AAA Batteries
Eneloop AA Batteries
Immediately upon picking up one of the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs dolls it was impossible to resist smiling and even more so when their colorful terry cloth mouths open up and they start singing, or belt out "ooo" "ooOO" "oOOOO", or begin making silly gibberish sounds in the "chatter" mode.

The mouths open and close corresponding to when you push on their stomachs and the action is mechanical using the force of your hands, so it seems like the batteries should last a long time since they only power a small speaker in the doll.

Correct AAA Rechargeables
Left Hand - Change Modes
A Tisket A Tasket
To avoid wearing down the included batteries, I decided to temporarily replace them with rechargeables.

I got out my rechargeable Eneloop AA batteries that I use for my digital camera since I had read on an product page that the Sing A Ma Jigs use AA batteries.

Apparently that was a typo, because these two dolls and other Sing-A-Ma-Jigs use two of the smaller AAA batteries. Luckily, I've also got rechargeable NiMH AAA batteries as well.

To access the batteries, pull apart the back of the doll's Velcro shirt, and pull apart the Velcro seam holding the doll's back together.

You'll need a small Phillips head screwdriver to remove the one screw holding the battery compartment in place in the doll's back.

The one screw is located at the very bottom of the white battery compartment cover nearest the doll's legs.


Harmoney, Chatter, Song
Press Tummy, Control Tempo
Oh My Clementine Song
Overall, we've really enjoyed playing with the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs these past few days leading up to the birthday party where we'll have to give them up.

Hopefully the birthday girl will enjoy them as much as we have. I'll update the review with the results later.

Rather that just tell you about these Sing-A-Ma-Jigs, I thought it would be best to create a short video clip so you can see what they sound like in action. To view the video, click on the blue link below. To download the video clip to your hard drive, right click on the link and choose "Save Target As" or "Save Link As".

Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Toy Dolls Video Clip - Sing, Harmonize & Chatter Modes

Press Stomach, Mouth Opens
Terry Cloth Lips
Colorful Shirts
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