Daiso Japan – Solar powered swinging sumo wrestler
Why restrict yourself with only one solar powered swinging when you can have two! Just like the Solar powered swinging DARUMA doll, the Solar powered swinging sumo wrestler is another soothing toy to have on your workspace.
The doll comes with a small round double sided adhesive sticker to stick on flat surfaces.
– For indoor use only.
– The swinging sumo wrestler is powered by the electricity generated from the solar panel.
– Position the swinging sumo wrestler on a flat surface where the solar panel is exposed to direct sunlight.
– Does not work in dark places.
– The swinging sumo wrestler may sway when exposed to bright indoor lighting. The intensity of the sway may depend on the type of lighting and distance from the doll.
– Do not place the swinging sumo wrestler on metallic shelves, desks, TV or PC. The doll contains a magnet, and may affect the movement of the doll if placed near metal objects.
– Keep away from fire and do not expose the doll to high temperatures for long periods of time.
– Do not use inside cars in heated temperatures (i.e. parked cars).
– Keep out of reach of infants.
– Using extreme forces such as pulling apart or throwing the doll against objects, or disassembling the doll may cause damage to the doll.
– The solar panel contain glass and must be handled with special care.
– Do not use the product for any purpose other than as originally intended.
– If the swinging sumo wrestler is defective, return the doll to the shop purchased for a full exchange.
– Follow local disposal guidelines for disposal.
Product name: Solar powered swinging sumo wrestler（ソーラーゆらゆらおすもうさん- so-ra- yurayura osumou san）
Sold in 100 yen shop Daiso Japan
Product code: 4940921829297
Material: ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) plastic
Size: 46 (W) x 46 (D) x 62 (H) mm
Made in China
Price: 100 yen + tax
Just like the swinging Daruma doll, the swinging sumo wrestler would make a very good gift our souvenir. Why not buy them both, they only cost 200 yen for both.
Somehow, the longer I stare at the sumo wrestler’s belly and ‘x’ belly button, the more I think I’m seeing the Miffy bunny by Dick Bruna.