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Zoomer Dino the Remote Control Dinosaur Roars to Life

Zoomer Dino by Spin Master is remote control and interactive

Dinosaurs are one of a child’s favorite toys but now a remote control dinosaur roars to life. Zoomer Dino from Spin Master is a green and white eating machine with eyes that change colors depending upon his mood.

Zoomer Dino arrived in a gift tin with instructions on what his eye colors meant and a USB charging cord. Connect the included USB charging cord to your computer or USB wall adapter that is not included and after charging the LiPo battery he is ready for play. There are no batteries to replace inside the dinosaur but the batteries do need to be changed in the remote control.

Zoomer Dino remote control dinosaur

Zoomer Dino has a mind of his own

From the moment he is turned on he is ready to go. Don’t tell the kids he is just a robot because it almost seems as if he has a mind of his own. The most surprising feature for our family was he actually moves and does things on his own without any commands or controls from the remote.

Hand controls

For extra ways to interact, a simple wave of a hand can try to control the dinosaur. A combination of the remote and hand controls gave the boys freedom to choose how they wanted to play with him.

Zoomer Dino roars and jaws open and close

Decoding Zoomer Dino’s eye colors

Included in the presentation box was a sheet describing six eye colors and what each meant.

  • Green – Happy
  • Blue – Curious
  • Purple – Waiting for your commands
  • Red – Angry
  • Yellow – Remote in use and can play from a distance
  • Orange – Batteries are low

Blue eyes were by far the most fun to experience because that meant Zoomer was curious and often explored and sniffed the ground on his own, just like a dog.

How long does play time last?

Continuous play time lasted right about 30 minutes before it was time to recharge the batteries.

How long does it take to charge?

Our experience shows charging took just a little over an hour to fully charge and ready for play again.

Zoomer Dino Boomer

Zoomer Dino took a little bit to figure out how to use the remote and get him to stay up on two feet but once the boys figured it out they had an awesome time playing with him as he shows off his skills using the True Balance Technology. With all of their playtime, only twice did the dinosaur land on his side.

The boys wanted to show you how much fun Zoomer Dino was to play with in a video so you could see him move, hear him roar, and see the speed at which he moves across tile. Just don’t pull on his tail or he might show his angry eyes.

Zoomer Dino
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Although Zoomer Dino burps, farts and does his own thing exploring the house, the giggles and laughter he provides as he playfully interacts with kids and family pets makes him a great addition to any household.

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Wendy Wright

Head Geek at Plugged In Family often found at Comicon, Disneyland, or online increasing her gamer score on Xbox. As a member of the 501st Legion, Wendy spreads her love of Star Wars across the Galaxy in her handmade Jawa costume volunteering for charities with her husband and two sons.