Hands-on: USB Christmas Drumming Santa Claus

At first look we thought this would just be a cool USB Christmas gadget that’s perfect for this time of the year, but after using it for a few days I found out it was a lot more especially to children.

My son is only 5 years old and he will not leave the USB Christmas Drumming Santa Claus alone, we have plugged the USB lead into our PS3 and laptop ports for power and then he just keeps pushing the button after each song to watch Santa do his thing on the drums.


If you have children then this gadget is highly recommended, it’s worth it alone just for the smile on your child’s face. Watching my son dance away to Christmas songs being drummed and played was great fun.


With the lights out in the room you can see the drums light up and the tapping noise made on the drums is amazingly in-time. We are sold on the Drumming USB Santa and that was only after using it first hand, way better than expected.


If you’re all grown up and love Christmas or gadgets then we are sure you will love the Drumming Santa as well or maybe you would want to show friends and family when they come over. You can buy this gadget and the Snowman version on


Main Features Include:

  • Plug-N-play, no need for installation
  • Flashing blue LED lights
  • Start/Stop button
  • Powered by USB
  • Built-in 4 Christmas songs in memory, to play in turn
  • Drums with song’s rhythms


You can watch a video of the USB Christmas Drumming Santa Claus below.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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