Original offer details & such: BOGO: 1 stuffer + matching doppelganger mini-stuffer - $19.99 + $8.99 S&H. Order as many as you want. Sales tax: AR, CA, MN, NJ, NY, SC & TX. Notes: $10 additional to HI, AK, VI, PR, Guam & Canada.
Getting kids to keep their space clean is a pain in the ass. Hell, getting my fiance to clean is a pain in the ass. For all her wonderful qualities, domestic organization isn't among them. If you want your kids to learn these skills, turning it into a fun activity wouldn't be a bad idea. It's why we like the idea of Tummy Stuffers - as well as their rival - Stuffies. We just hope the brand confusion with a famous restaurant in Anaheim, CA doesn't get in the way of the product's potential.
Sometimes I wonder why I have to fill out all the answers to the questions the parent company provides because in this case, the answer is cleared up in the advertising. These things are like glorified packing socks that are used by kids on sleepovers. In this case, instead of a backpack strap for carrying, these things are designed to be stuffed animals. Kids can carry a few video games, a change of clothing or two, and maybe some warm clothes. Maybe they can use it to carry the doggie bag home after eating at the restaurant.
According to www.TummyStuffers.com, Tummy Stuffers stuffed animals claim the following features and benefits:
- helps kids clean stuff
- teaches kids how to organize
- teaches them that their clothes have nutritional value
- antacid for the stuffed animals not included
Order Process: The order process is clean. No super-secret double-probation BOGO's with second shipping and handling charges for the minis. The price is what it is per. Just remember, you buy two Tummy Stuffers, you'll get their minis and the second shipping & handling charge. Once charge per pair, as they say on the website.
We also like that they make it a min-shopping cart without a default item picked. That means you have to pick the animal(s) you want and go to town.
Product Performance: The bloggers have been nice and quiet to this point. So far as we know there hasn't been reports of the bigger sibling trying to stuff the younger kid into one of the stuffers. No reports of them busting apart at the seams from being too stuffed.
What we're hoping for is that someone takes a Tummy Stuffer into the Tummy Stuffer restaurant in Anaheim and tries to feed them one of the restaurants 101 sandwiches. If you do and get a picture of it, please send it too us! Otherwise, all's quiet on the stuffed front.
We expect that this product will run a typical As Seen on TV product course. We expect the Stuffies / Tummy Stuffers rivalry to only get hotter a la Sticky Buddy vs. Schticky . We also expect that someone's product manager is going to be taught how to do a Google search so as to not pick a name that has cross branding with a famous restaurant in the Los Angeles / Anaheim area. Then again, we wouldn't that As Seen on TV product companies will change their branding tactics any time soon. Some things never change.
As for the rivalry between Tummy Stuffers & Stuffies, we were expecting to see more. The identcal in function. They're a little different in form. To be honest we have to give the edge to Stuffies in style. Whichever you choose, just make sure the kids know the difference between eating everything in site and organizational skills. We wouldn't want them learning bad habits. Hell, that's a habit I wish I myself could break.
Customer Service: Address:Tummy Stuffers 500 Bic Drive Building 4 Milford, CT 06461
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