Woogie 2 IPhone Plush Toy Case Unveiled

Posted: Oct 13 2011, 2:02pm CDT | by , in Shopping | Apple


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Woogie 2 iPhone Plush Toy Case unveiled

Just make sure to show your kid a naked iPhone before it enters School, so it knows that the iPhone does not have four furry legs.

Griffin Technology has unveiled the Woogie 2 plush toy that securely houses an iPhone or iPod touch, protecting the device while children play with it. The Woogie 2 is the answer to the question on every child’s lips – “can I play with your iPhone?” With thousands of interactive books and games available from the App Store, a parent’s iPhone or iPod is a natural for kids to want to play with. Woogie 2 is the ideal solution, providing kid-friendly access, while preserving parental peace of mind. Woogie’s integrated pocket velcroes shut securely with iPod or iPhone inside. A touch-through screen protector allows kids to choose movies, apps or music with the swipe of a finger. Woogie 2 can be propped up on its fuzzy legs or nested comfortably in a child’s lap for viewing.

“The original Woogie continues to be such a popular toy among children and adults that we decided to introduce a new version with an updated design and vibrant new colors,” said Mark Rowan, President of Griffin Technology. “It’s amazing how a plush toy that holds an iPhone can bring so much joy to people of all ages.”

I actually prefer to teach my kids to take care of the iPhone. It worked great. My first son used it before he was a year old. The iPhone still lives. Our 6 month old son is also already chewing on it, but that does not damage an iPhone.

The Woogie 2 is available in pink or blue, and is recommended for children ages 3 and up. The Woogie 2 is available for $19.99 on the Griffin shop.

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