Sesame Street Giggle ‘n Go Teardown

SesSesame Street Giggle ‘n Go Driver – Elmo

Compnents

  • 1. Battery cover – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 2. Front cover – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 3. Back cover – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 4. Car key components – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 5. Gear shift knob – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 6. Turn signal switch – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 7. Handle components 1 – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 8. Handle components 2 – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 9. Handle parts – ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 10. Cover for LED light A – Transparent ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 11. Cover for LED light B – Transparent ABS plastic/Injection Molding
  • 12. Back cover for handle – Plastic, copper, aluminium and solder
  • 13. Car key chipboard – Plastic, copper, aluminium and solder
  • 14. Speaker + Sound chipboard – Plastic, copper, aluminium and solder
  • 15. Gear shift chipboard – Plastic, copper, aluminium and solder
  • 16. On/Off Switch – Plastic, copper, aluminium and solder
  • 17. Back over of LED lights + LEDs – ABS plastic/Injection Molding. Glass and semiconductors/glass molding.

Tools for teardown

  • 2.0 Flathead Screwdriver
  • T5 Torx Screwdriver
  • Blue Plastic Spudger
  • SIM Card Tray Opener
  • ESD-Safe Tweezers

INTERESTING DESIGN ELEMNT

I had previously not known how exactly the inside of a sound toy with LEDs works. By analyzing the inner part of the product, I found it was much simpler than I expected. Even though the size of the toy was bigger than the adult human head and it had multi-features, it was all controlled by a chipset that was smaller than a pinky. 

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