DreamWorks Dragons Defenders of Berk – Giant Fire Breathing Toothless

For the first time ever you can control the fire breathing power of a real dragon! Featuring never-before-seen realistic blue “fire breath” and glow-in-the-dark firing projectiles, Giant Fire Breathing Toothless is the fiercest dragon of them all! With poseable wings and a wingspan of over 22 inches, Toothless is the ultimate dragon. With Giant Fire Breathing Toothless, you can recreate the awesome adventures of How to Train Your Dragon and DreamWorks Dragons: Defenders of Berk!

Product Features

  • Features realistic ?dragon breath? that looks like steam in bright light, but glows blue fire in the dark!
  • He even fires glow in the dark projectiles from his mouth!
  • Toothless has multiple points of articulation for flight and dive mode and a wingspan of over 22 inches wide and 19 inches head-to-tail.
  • Giant Fire Breathing Toothless is designed for dragon trainers ages 4+ and requires 3 AAA batteries for operation (not included).
  • Includes: I Giant Fire Breathing Toothless, 2 Glow in the Dark Projectiles, 1 Water Bottle, 1 User Instruction Guide

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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7 Responses to DreamWorks Dragons Defenders of Berk – Giant Fire Breathing Toothless

  1. Dale E. Williams says:

    Fire Breathing Toothless Our 3 year old daughter recently saw and fell in love with the movie How to Train Your Dragon. On a whim we got her this Toothless toy, and it is great! It has a reservoir in the back that you fill with tap water (using a provided squeeze bottle), and when you press down on his ears his mouth opens, blue light shines (via an internal LED), and he produces ‘smoke’ in the form of misted water vapor. The effect is particularly eerie and interesting in a darkened room.The toy also comes with some long clear blue plastic inserts that will light up in the dragon’s mouth, and can be ‘shot’ out by pressing one of the ears, but we have not made those available to our toddler. They would immediately either a) get lost up under the furniture somewhere or b) one of our dogs would chase it down and snarf it and we don’t need that risk and/or aggravation!The wings are reasonably flexible such that they don’t seem prone to breaking if bent, and they also are designed to fold back into ‘dive’ position. So far this toy has taken all kinds of use and abuse without any issues, and we have been completely happy with it. Our only problem now is finding a Hiccup and Astrid that are designed to fit in the saddle!

  2. Anonymous says:

    My son loves it. And I love that it is so sturdy that he won’t break it easily. A good thing for a toy that spends half it’s time in the air. The only bad point is that nowhere in the product description it says that there ARE figures that is possible to buy to put on the dragon. Because we would love Hiccup on the dragon. On the box, it says that there are figures that are possible to put on it, but from the product descriptions on the website, I cannot figure out which ones. So I don’t dare order any.

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