Our Baby Lion tails are 17 inches long. This is able to wag and tremble, and stand out straight, all selected by the remote control that comes with it. It lacks some of the moves that the Original can do but its smaller, lighter and takes less batteries. It moves the fastest, too.
Our Original Lion tails are 24 inches long. It has the widest range of moves, with all the different kinds of wags, trembles and twists. It too is controlled by a small remote.
Our XL Lion tails are 32 inches long. It has the same range of moves as the Original with all the different kinds of wags, trembles and twists. It too is controlled by a small remote. As its a long tail and so it will move slower than the smaller ones, just like a real, long tail!
Our Super XL Lion Tails are 40 inches long. It has the same range of moves as the Original and XL, with all the different kinds of wags, trembles and twists. It too is controlled by a small remote. As its the longest tail we make, it will move slower than the others, and needs a little more power than the others. Just like a real, long tail! Super XL tails are already wider than normal tails, so you cant choose that as an option. If you would like a super-skinny one, just let us know during checkout.
To let us know about how you want your tail, look for the box below when you checkout and fill it in:
We stock short haired brown, and a blonde fur. Let us know if you want something else in the box above!
As well as the individual moves you can call up, all our Tails come with AUTO mode – press and hold button D and the Tail will automatically move – pause – move until you tell it to stop!
Your new Tail comes with:
- A dinky remote control
- A free set of batteries so u can use it right away
- A removable fur that you can change anytime you like
- Lots of love from The Tail Company, and a growing community of Tailers
And we can make you a set of ears in matching fur if you desire! Just let us know when you check out.
This is a Classic System Tail. To know more about our two systems, click here