Switch adapted toys – Despicable Me Talking Minions

Switch adapted toys - Despicable Me Talking Minions

Switch adapted toys – Despicable Me Talking Minions

Have you fallen in love with a minion yet?

Did you know these undisputed heroes of Universal’s hits, Despicable Me One and Two, are set to star in their very own movie next year? Simply entitled Minions, the latest blockbuster is being billed as a spin-off prequel – and we all already know it will be an absolute smash.

Everyone seems to have fallen for these adorable yellow henchmen, and we’re no exception here at Excitim. Here they are in their own version of Pharell’s infectious hit Happy.

In fact, we like these guys so much we’ve become the only UK source of switch adapted talking minions toys – and they are creating lots of excitement.

You can get your hands on these switch adapted toys months before the new film reaches UK cinema screens. We are now ready to start taking orders from minions fans across the country and looking forward to hearing how much our customers love the Talking Minions.

We’re making these switch adapted toys so that disabled youngsters can also enjoy playing with them. Connect any standard switch and with a simple press you’ll hear Dave and Stuart speak minion. Press Dave’s tongue and he’ll think you are feeding him a banana and respond! Then, press the switch or move his head to hear Dave make farting sounds. Stuart likes to laugh a lot.

Costing £45, you’ll find Minions Dave and Stuart on the Special-Needs-Toys website.

We love this description of the minions from their dedicated Wiki. (We think it might just apply to some of our wonderful customers too!)

They are impulsive creatures with little self-control, but with a wide-eyed wonder and odd innocence that endears them to viewers and makes them relatable.

There appears to be some debate around their real names – we like Dave and Stuart.

But whatever you call them, we know you will have fun!

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