Want to know what one of this year’s hottest Christmas toys will be? We have the full scoop: a My Friend Cayla doll! My Friend Cayla is the world’s first interactive doll. It is an international best seller (available in 12 countries and 6 languages) and was voted 2015 Innovative Toy of the Year by the UK Toy Industry. Cayla speaks English and Spanish and is fun to dress up and style. She is compatible with clothing and accessories that fit most 18″ dolls like American Girl!
My Friend Cayla uses bluetooth and speech-to-text technology so that she can search the Internet and answer all of your questions.
My Friend Cayla knows amazing facts about nature, places, things, people, math, and spelling. She works within 30 feet of a device running her app. Plus, parents can rest assured that the app blocks pre-loaded “bad” words and subjects. Cayla’s app is compatible with both iOS and Android.
Reader Giveaway: One lucky Thrifty Jinxy reader will win a My Friend Cayla. To enter, just complete the entry form below by 11:59pm ET on 12/1/15. Good luck!
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Danielle Magee says
I would love to win so I could give this to my niece and what I learned was that Cayla plays games and tells stories.
Angela P says
I like that can speak Spanish too and is educational, my daughter been asking for a 18” doll she would love this
jeanne conner says
i learned that they are 18 inches tall and my grandkids would love this
Deana Honeycutt says
She is 18 inches tall and I love that she can talk. I love that she can play games and tell stories. My granddaughter would love her !!
liz l says
She only weighs 2.4 lbs- perfect for my niece
Stephanie Larison says
I learned that it blocks pre-loaded “bad” words & subjects. So important for those kids who want to test the limits! I’d love to win this for my 6 year old, she’s been wanting a doll for some time now.
Amy Deeter says
i love the fact that she can plays games & tells stories .my daughter just loves dolls so i know she would like this
james jenkins says
Comes in a U.S. version?