Daft as a brush, but without the bristles and cleaning capabilities, the hand is a very silly and very funny toy.
The Walking Hand is around 23cm fingertip to wrist (the size of large gentleman's hand), and takes 3 AA batteries.
At the flick of a switch and the clap of your hands, it scuttles across the floor in a very alarming way, scaring the Bejeesus out of all those in its path.
- 23 cm from fingertip to wrist
- Sound activated
- Takes 3 x AA batteries (not included)
Delivery & Returns
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I loved it and my husband and our friends were amazed. Would definitely recommend it.
Creepy and Kooky
I got the Walking Hand because my old one finally died that I had for over 5 years. I use it every Halloween and everyone gets a great laugh out of it. So very glad that you have this item, cannot find it in the States!
The Walking Hand is good value for money as it is the size of an actual hand. My son loved it but it freaked the dog out.
The Walking Hand is really scary and great to add to a collection of silly, wind up characters.
The Walking Hand was ok but would be better if it had a remote control to make it start moving. Would probably be ok for a children's party.
When I initially saw the Walking Hand, I was slightly disappointed, it's not exactly great looking. It was also not walking across the room but does a slow shuffle and the noise is somewhat annoying. However, I left it sitting on my floor whilst I went about my chores and then scared myself when I returned, as I had forgot I left it in the middle of the floor, so it did the job! Would recommend for all those who love Halloween!
I wasnt sure if I should buy this or not but once I did I was so happy :) It puts a smile on every ones face definatly a must have.
Finally got my hand it's great, scared the life out of the cat and have never seen the daughter-in -law move so fast (unless hubbys got his wallet out) also the grandkids think it great the youngest (3) is always chasing it. Well worth the time and money
I have little use for the Walking Hand personally, however, my Labrador is fascinated by it. So it was worth it in the end.
Best Present for annoying the mother in law
This is a great present for all those little boys who want to find a new way of frighting their sisters and grandmothers. My son thinks it is great, so do the guys in my office!!
Great laugh. Not much use, but works well. Teenage boys liked it.
Great customer service
Great choice of items, it took me longer to narrow down exactly what I needed as to what I really wanted. The hand is great fun and just what I hoped for. The other feature IWOOT has on delivery is an option to change delivery day should you require. Speedy dervice and I cant praise highly enough.
I have just received this and am very dissapointed. It looks laim, sounds terrible and the top of the hand just makes it look rubbish. Not fun and not cool
Great for a spooky surprise...see it scuttling across the room is fun.
"The hand was writhing in agonised contortions..."
With the lights low and family gathered on All Hallows eve I read out W F Harvey's The Beast with Five Fingers. At the point at which the story ended, I tapped my foot upon the floor and out from under the settee crawled, with agonised contortions, the very same five-fingered beast of which I spoke. Next year, the remote controlled spider, should it ever come back into stock.