The giraffe can inflate up to a staggering six feet tall! For those who love to cuddle with a classic teddy, the gigantic teddy bear is perfect for hugging and squeezing.
The best part about these animals is that despite their size, they don’t have to take up that much space. When kids are done playing with them or want to take them along for family getaways, they can quickly deflate, becoming compact and portable until they’re ready to play again.
Inflate-a-mals are the larger than life stuffed animals that kids will love. Their size turns playtime into an epic adventure, and parents and caregivers will love the hassle-free process of deflating them to tuck them away on a shelf or in a drawer. The animals’ plush covers are also machine-washable, so adults can have an easy time keeping them tidy for their kids.
With fun designs, convenient care methods, and huggable fluff, Inflate-a-mals size up to be the perfect puffy pals for any child.
Carlos Cadorniga is an editorial intern at Adventure Publishing Group and a recent journalism graduate from Stony Brook University. He crafts weekly toy reviews for The Toy Insider and contributes to the Toy Book trade magazine. His hobbies include watching cartoons, singing, playing video games, creative writing, and bragging about his trip to Japan. His favorite color is pink and he will not let you forget it, and his favorite sport is seeing how many episodes of The Office he can rewatch on Netflix in one sitting.
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