Furby Merchandise is a line of multiple Furby branded items released from 1998 to 2013. They range from acessories to Home decorations. Below is a list of Furby Merchandise divided into Generations 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0.
Comes in two variations: Tiger and Skunk variations.
Tootsie Roll necklace
Tootsie Roll Necklace- A long tube of tootsie rolls with a plush furby necklace on top. Available in the styles of Generation 1.0.
Desktop Mascot Furby
A Japanese exclusive. It is a CD containing the software for a Furby desktop buddy which was created for Windows 98 and 95.
Includes a plate, a bowl, a cup, a spoon and a fork decorated in a park theme.
Comes in 5 different themes. Had a furbish message on the box, and the english translation on the puzzle
Comes in 12 different styles, Each with a different Generation 1.0 Furby on the cover.
Come in Leopard, Snowball, Witches' cat, Tiger, Dalmatian and Giraffe Styles. Says one Furbish and English phrase when the button is pushed or a drink is running through the straw.
Comes in three color schemes including Skunk, Tiger, and Dalmatian.
Comes in two variations: Official and Unofficial.
Includes a centerpiece, a birthday banner, plastic and paper cups, plates, napkins, hats, door cover, table cover, and party games.
These Furby's came in 4 different variations including Skunk, Leopard and Church Mouse, and a Palm-sized Furby that is gray with white stomach fur.
Has lunchboxes, backpacks, and book bags with Skunk Furby's on them.
Laces and Charms in The designs of Generation 1.0.
Furby SleepyTime Bed- Comes in Pink, Blue and Orange. Puts furby straight to sleep when a button is pushed.
Comes in Purple, Orange and Pink. Has a clear Body and saftey strap to carry furby.</span>
Comes in snowball and Skunk variations. Tells time and Says "Wake up you sleepyhead! haha!" and "Dah-A-Loh-U-Tye! Sun Up, *Yawn*" when set for morning alarm.
Talking Furby key chains. They talk to Furby and Furby Babies by emitting sounds and IR signals.
Bed in a bag
Furby Bed In A Bag- Includes pillowcase, comforter, sheet and Fitted sheet. A green and blue pattern with Furbish words and Generation 1 Furbys on them. Came in Twin and Double sheet sizes.
Comes in Church Mouse, Leopard and Skunk variations.
Two storybooks were released: Furby: Dah/Doo/Ay Earth Adventure! and Furby: Here To Stay, Wah!
Entitled Big Fun: Furby's Greatest Hits, was exclusive to Europe and included Dance Club Music With Furby voice clips weaved throughout it. The songs were all variations of one song: Dah/Duh-Ay/Wah! (that's how it's spelled). Other Furby CDs such as Furby Mix, Furby et Anies, and Hits for Fun! (only one Furby song appeared in this album) were released.
Made by Namco and distributed via crane games. They came in Bumblebee, Dalmatian, and Pink Flamingo variations. They were available in large and medium sizes.
Different colored yo-yos with different pictures of Furby's on them.
These phone straps came in six different variations and were distributed by Yujin in Japan.
Sold in Japan and in Spain by two different companies. Spanish Furby bubble gum came with stickers that you could collect.
Only known to come in three different variations. One includes a picture of a Skunk Furby with the phrase "I like to dance!" in English and in Furbish, another has an image of a Church Mouse Furby with the Furby logo, and another has a picture of a Church Mouse Furby and a Leopard Furby with the phrase "I like kisses!" in Furbish and English.
Due to the poor sales of Furby 2005, only a few different pieces of merchandise have ever been released. Most 2005 Furby merchandise can be difficult to find.
Comes in 4 Variations.
Large Furby plushes which are gray with a pink tummy.
These cuddle bags were sold only in Germany.
A small battery operated pinball machine with lights and sounds.
It comes with four furby figures, a board to play with, and some cards showing a few different illustrations of Furby's.
A DVD for the Furby Island movie was released in a few languages.
Furby Christmas baubles showing pictures of Furby's on them.
Hanging Lenticular Furby
It has a picture of a 2005 Furby with a lenticular eye on each side which makes it look like it is winking. It has a small hole at the top allowing you to hang it from something and a small hole at the bottom allowing you to hang something else from it.
The cards were sold with bubble gum. They were sold in Spain and only 22 Furby stickers are known to exist.
Burger King Toys
These toys could wiggle their ears and move their eyes when a button on their back is pressed. They were available in a wide range of color schemes.
Mcdonald's musical plushes
These plushes came in eight different color schemes. They could play short tunes, and they were available in Brazil.
These were mini Furby plushes that were distributed in some parts of Europe. They came in four color combinations which includes one that looks like it was based of the colors of a Funky Furby.
Comes in two styles. One with Furbish speech bubble clings, one as a gigantic floor puzzle.
Comes as a Pink Tumbler cup or a Blue Glass. Has a Generation 1.0 Yeti Furby on it.
Has a comforter and pillowcase. Each being reversable.
Has squishy Furby's in 6 different Colors. UK exclusive.
Available in Select UK supermarkets. Comes in a white cake in the shape of a Furby. Resembles the Furby style Pink Puff.
Available at Poundland UK and Tesco UK (stickers only). Includes lockable diaries, pencils, pens, markers, pencil cases, rulers, pencil toppers, binders and stickers.
Available in blue or pink.