Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Talking “Si” Clock Review

Thank You to The Wish Factory for providing me with their products free of charge in exchange for my honest review. 

The Wish Factory is a trendsetter in the toy, licensing, entertainment and consumer product industry. They have many great products to choose from! However, being a huge fan of the ever so popular Duck Dynasty, we chose the Talking "Si" Clock to base our review. My 15 year old son absolutely LOVES Uncle Si so I knew this would be perfect for him and hopefully motivate him to get out of the bed a little easier in the mornings!

Duck Dynasty is breaking records as one of the fastest growing and most buzzed about shows on television. For the biggest Duck Dynasty fan, The Wish Factory has created an animated talking alarm clock featuring everyone’s favorite uncle, Si Robertson, dressed in his signature camouflage outfit. 

When your alarm goes off in the morning or when you push the button at the base of the clock, the popular ZZ Top song “Sharp Dressed Man” will play or Si’s mouth will move to say one of 8 phrases including: 

• “Red neck rule number one, get up when the alarm goes off!” 
• “Everybody’s running around like chickens with their legs cut off.” 
• “Hey I came here to drink iced tea and kick but!” 
• “Look at this icy stare I’ve got.” 

Just check him out!

For this and more check out the Duck Dynasty Fan Store! You can find the popular plush collectibles, mechanical novelties such as the Deluxe Talking Duck and accessories! I simply cannot wait to purchase a few of their items to add to my kids stockings this year! The Wish Factory also has many other items to choose from including One Direction items so be sure to head on over and check them out! We are extremely pleased with out products and will definitely be a return customer! 

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