Hide ‘Em & Find ‘Em Eggs – Talking Easter Eggs

Giveaway ends April 4th

Last year parents went wild for Techno Source®‘s new Hide ‘Em & Find ‘Em Eggs. They quickly became sold out, so this year they’ve expanded and can be found in your local big chain stores. The talking Easter eggs put an exciting new twist on the old Easter egg hunt. We were actually sent a set and we are more than thrilled to try them out. This Easter Kai is finally old enough to hide the eggs hard. My husband is going to have fun with this one!

They are so simple yet so adorably cute, simply press the on/off button on the eggs and hide them in creative places to start the egg hunt fun. For up to 30 minutes, or until the eggs are found, they will shout phrases such as, “Yoo-hoo, I’m hiding!” and “I’m Over Here.”

Once they are found, open them up to see the cute bunny or baby chick inside and hear them say, “Surprise, You Found Me!”  The eggs come in colors like: pink, blue, purple, yellow, green and orange.They also have enough room inside to add extra candy.

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Hide ‘Em & Find ‘Em Eggs will be available for purchase at Kmart, Rite Aid, ShopKo, Target, Toys “R” Us, Walgreens, and other stores nationwide.

Photobucket I have one 4 pack of Hide ‘Em & Find ‘Em Eggs to give away.

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Comments

  1. says

    These look so adorable – I absolutely love them! For our eggs, even though my daughter is older, she still wants the “Easter Bunny” to hide eggs. We generally color some and use some plastic ones too, but these would be a blast!

  2. pixie13 says

    We color our eggs a few days before Easter. We don’t hide them, mainly because I’m afraid I’ll forget some & they will rot. These would be fun, though.

  3. Kelly Ann T. says

    We dye real eggs and then later we make tuna salad out of them. We only hide the plastic eggs and we even hide a few for the dogs. We fill them with treats and hide them in the backyard for the dogs. They love it.

  4. debp says

  5. says

    We usually dye eggs, or the kids color on them with crayons since they have been pretty small up until this yr! this is a neat giveaway :)

  6. says

    This is the first year that we’ll be decorating Easter eggs with the kids. I bought a little $2 kit at Target so the kids can make the eggs look like bunnies! :-) The Easter bunny has always come and brought them plastic eggs stuffed with goodies to search for in the past and that was the extent of the Easter eggs.

  7. says

    We have the whole family over for Easter. Everyone brings a dish to pass and after we eat we have an Easter egg hunt. The youngest grandchildren really enjoy it.

  8. jamie says

    in previous years, we would get together with family and friends and do some fancy egg dying – martha stewart style – since none of us had kids. but this year, my first daughter will be old enough to participate in some fun easter egg hunts and since we are far from family (diff states) we think these would work wonderfully for easter and afterwards!

  9. Kerrie Mayans says

    We boil eggs and dye them and then use the insides to make deviled eggs to take to an easter brunch at a friend house.

  10. Betty N says

    My children are grown now but we always dyed eggs together and Dad would hide them. (We ate hardboiled eggs all week!)

  11. says

    I dye Easter eggs every year to hid for my grandchildren. I usually make egg salad sandwiches, deviled eggs, and chef salad that week. I love the talking eggs!
    smchester at gmail dot com

  12. Christy says

    We usually dye eggs on Saturday night and it’s always a competition to see who can have the most creative egg.

  13. shawna says

    We dye a couple dozen eggs, later we have an easter egg hunt with plastic eggs…I fill them with small toys, candy, money for the kids!
    mainlandmama at gmail dot com

  14. Annette E says

    We use plastic eggs and stuff them with candy. The kids search for them in our backyard.

  15. damon says

    We always color eggs as a family. Either they seem to be getting more difficult or we take too much pride in them. Either way, it’s family fun!

  16. denyse says

    We have a bunch hidden so when the kids get up Easter morning they think the Easter Bunny left them. It’s so sweet and a tradition I did as a kid.

  17. Holly G. says

    We go to a large neighborhood egg hunt. Everyone goes home with a BIG bag of dyed eggs and a bag of candy, so we don’t do eggs at home.

  18. Jennifer R says

    We hide them in the yard for the kids to find when the weather cooperates or we hide them in the house if necessary.

  19. dianne says

    The kids go ot the local egg hunts and I also have one at the house Easter morning.

  20. Christine says

    This is the first year we are going to have a easter egg hunt. We are going to fill plastic eggs with little toys and candy and hide them in my sister’s yard!

  21. Steph says

    We dye real eggs for relatives and fill plastic ones with candy and hide them for the kids.

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