First Look Pomsies Review And Unboxing

Posted: Jun 25 2018, 7:04am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 26 2018, 1:07am CDT , in Toys


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First Look Pomsies Review and Unboxing
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One of the hottest Holiday 2018 toys just arrived at our office.

Super cute Pomsie Pinky from Skyrocket's Pomsies electronic toys just dropped out of a FedEx box. The new Pomsies are up for pre-order at Amazon and Walmart, but do not ship until August 1 and July 20 respectively. Pomsies aim to become the Fingerlings of the Holiday season 2018. The fluffy interactive plush pets retail for only $15.

Here is the first unboxing of a Pomsies in the US as far as we know. Pomsiesarrive securely packaged in a carton box. The toy is secured with multiple plastic tags. You need scissors to unbox a Pomsie. The tail is held by two tags and the big Pomsie head is held by four small plastic tags. The packaging is not frustration-free. I recommend unboxing the Pomsie for small kids ahead of gifting it.

To wake the Pomsie, just pull out the orange tag. It will great you with a cute "Hello." Pomsies come in "Pet Mode" out of the box and with an AAA battery pre-installed. Watch the video at the end of the report to hear Pomsies cute voice and purring. Pomsies say little phrases in their cute voice such as "hello" and "you are my favorite". You can make Pomsies fart and burp, a must reaction for electronic pets.

The toy has multiple touch sensors and its eyes light up in different colors. The tail can be bent to wrap the Pomsie around my arm. I also manage to make it sit in front of my iMac. The wire inside the tail can also be bent to a loop, making it possible to attach the Pomsie to a backpack or hang at a bed.

The sensors are located at the back of the head, mouth and the nose is a button. Pushing the nose (hold 1 second) switches from Pet Mode to Dance Mode. In dance mode (Purple Eyes), a whistle sound marks the start of music. You need to shake the Pomsie to the beat. The faster you shake the faster the music. When another whistle sounds off, you need to freeze.

The colors of the eyes have meaning. When the eyes of Pomsies light up teal then they are happy. Yellow means hungry, and it needs feeding. Pushing multiple times on the mouth area takes care of that. Green eyes mean Pomsies have a hiccup. Shaking the Pomsie makes the hiccup go away.

In case Pomsies have blue eyes, they are sick. In case they sneeze, tap the nose. When they cough, cover its mouth and if they are shivering hug and touch their back. Pink eyes mean that Pomsies are in a silly mood. Tickling triggers more silly reactions from the Pomsie.

Rainbow eyes mean that the Pomsies are super happy. If can pet them to 5 rainbow eye moments, the Pomsies will play a special happy song. Shaking the Pomsie during the song makes the beat go faster.

The Pomsies come bundle with a little plastic brush to keep their fur in order. To change the battery, there is a slit under the tail to get to the plastic shell of the Pomsie. Remove the screw with a Philips screwdriver and replace the single AAA battery with a new one.

My first impression of the Pomsies is very positive. The sound effects are lough out cute. They look like little adorable kittens, especially when they purr. The Fingerlings are by far not as cute, but have conquered the hearts of kids last Holiday season. The Holiday season 2018 is likely owned by the cute Pomsies.

We will soon publish an in-depth Pomsies review and video showing off all details about the Pomsies. Feel free to post questions about Pomsies in the comments below.

Right now the seven Pomsies are an easy purchase as Amazon has plenty of presale stock. Walmart is already running out of Pomsies, but we see more coming in through our online inventory tracking app The Tracker. There have been several in-stock alerts for Pomsies over the past days.

There are 5 out of the 7 Pomsies available on, each priced at $14.99. The seven Pomsies we know so far include Blossom, Boots, Sherbert, Speckles, Snowball, Patches and Pinky. The Pomsies stock offered on is shipping on August 1.

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