I have to respect Imperial for continuing the jiggler tradition. They have been a leader in jigglers for 40 years. They found a way to make jigglers contemporary by filling them with those obnoxious pellets. They have given us two sets of monster jigglers in recent years – a Univiersal licensed set and a pretty cool generic set. They make insects, reptiles, dinos and other creepy creatures. They've made jigglers of Chucky and King Kong. And all of these are available at drug stores and grocery stores, where they should be. You don't have to pay $50 for the privilege of owning a special limited edition Chucky jiggler, purchased over the Internet. You just go to Walgreens and throw one in your cart, right next to your toothpaste and deodorant.
A lot of toys are made with oil . . .
Maybe the production model that works in Hong Kong doesn't work so well in China.