One of the first toys to use two-way interactivity, Edwin moves on screen based on how kids move the physical duck. Tap his wing and he’ll wave onscreen, or tap his tail feather to get him to quack. His signature app leads kids through charming stories, or sings along with them in a silly bath song, or guides them through color matching games.
Makers Don Inmon and Matt McBeth were creating a wireless, waterproof speaker, when along the way their idea morphed into a smart rubber duck for children.
Edwin is fun for kids, but he’s also useful for their parents, too. He functions as a forehead thermometer, and grown-ups can track readings on his Wellness app. When it’s time for bed, his soft body becomes a cozy nightlight or a soothing sound machine through his Sleepy Time app.
Edwin has fun playing in the tub, snuggling at home, and tagging along in the car, too. When he needs a break, rest him on his nest to recharge his batteries. This sweet, playful duck is sure to become your kid’s favorite feathered friend.