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She has a very small tear on the underside of her beak and she has a sight stomach sensor problem, but other than that she works perfectly!
I encourage everyone to add a picture of their Furby/s into the respective galleries! Aside from the first gen or two, most galleries are lacking In photos so I'd love to see it!
If you don't know how to/don't have the energy just comment with a picture of your Furby and I'll add it for you.
Hey! So I've found some interesting hats on Roblox, they're called "Shob Pets". They are Hoody Pets actually! I find it kinda weird that it says nowhere if they're based of Hoody Pets or not, but they definetly are! When equipped, they're just sitting on your Roblox Avatar's head. They come in a few colors, I included some screenshots below (not of all colors).
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Share some of the most ridiculous prices you've found!
My shot: One of the most recent ones I found was around $300ish for an out of box, heavily sunfaded faceplate of a Confetti Furby baby. Painfully funny, considering it's my favourite but also?? really?? (Might edit in a photo later if I find it)
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Is this a phoebe or something else???? i cant tell
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The article policy was recently updated and I thought I'd remind people here (considering everyone doesn't visit the page)
Specifically in this update: "Please source images used, unless you own the image; otherwise make sure the author, if reachable, allows using their image."
So if you upload an image to a page's gallery, please link the source in the references section or credit in the caption itself. If you own the image/photo, you don't need to.
In the end, if you contribute once in forever or everyday, you should still take a gander at the guidelines.
SOURCE (TRANSLATED, IN FRENCH)
Dear Consumers, We are pleased to inform you below about the achievements of the fight against Furby copies and parallel importation from the USA. Furby / Dubbies copies As you know, the introduction to the Swiss market of the interactive "Furby" toy has been a decisive success. Televisions, radios, and the press have informed in detail and sometimes with great enthusiasm about this new toy. Unfortunately, the success of "Furby" also has a gloomy downside: the house
Hasbro (Schweiz) AG has learned in recent weeks that a fake "Furby" has been offered on the Swiss market under the name "Dubby". It was a blatant copy in this case.
Indeed, "Dubby" had the same shape and dimensions as "Furby", it looked like "Furby" and was virtually identical in its interactive functions as well. And finally, the packaging
was similarly developed.
As soon as this fake "Furby" appeared on the Swiss market, Hasbro (Schweiz) AG immediately requested the intervention of its lawyers. They have obtained that no "Dubby" is offered any more and this immediately.
Furbys imported directly from the USA by various companies are offered for sale on the black market. These Furbys only comply with American standards and not European standards.
They are recognizable by the missing CE designation on the packaging.
The "Furbys" from the USA differ from the European "Furbys" distributed by Hasbro
insofar as the standards for electromagnetic compatibility do not comply and could cause disturbances to televisions, radios and other European electronic devices.
The European "Furbys" can be recognized by:
3. The CE designation on the packaging
4. The white sticker with a Hasbro European address, for example Hasbro Schweiz AG or Tiger Electronics UK
"Furbys" from the USA are hardly accepted for sale in Switzerland.
A procedure of verification of admissibility leading to a stoppage of sale will be launched
by the house Hasbro with the Federal Inspectorate of the strong current (Eidg. Starkstrominspektorat).
Hasbro (Schweiz) AG will monitor the market very closely in the future and if other copies or Furbys appear which do not comply with Swiss standards, they will immediately initiate legal proceedings.
Thank you for your attention.
Say [A] to pick 1999 furby baby.
Say [B] to pick 2005 furby baby.
Say [C] to pick furby boom furbling/party rocker (and im talking about the plushies that talk when you press the voice box buton)
Sorry, I dont know how to make the voting buttons.
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Since im a noob when it comes to furbies can someone tell me what this is a knockoff of (although it looks like something mcdonalds would have made lol)? Oh, and theres this too...
I cant tell what these are supposed to do...
My JT Furby (Tie dye) has a rougher feeling beak compared to the others. Like, it's not so easy to run my finger down its beak. I've tried to wipe it down and I've cleaned the Furby but it's still there. Is this a normal thing because of its manufacturer?
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How many of you would say that rizmo is a furby fake? (Considering that the furby fakes page states that TOMY both distributed and sold counterfeit furbys)
But anyways, yeah im confused because is it possible for companies to rip themselves off???