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Teletubbies Toys Bundle : Review

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Last week you may have seen my blog post about us receiving an exciting parcel from Teletubbies, here you can find out introduction post, our box was to contain exciting toys from the new Teletubbies Toy Range. We were sworn to secrecy about the contents of the box, until NOW!!

I let the kids loose on opening our surprise box, it was only fair as they had waited so patiently to open the box

So now you have an idea what is in our box you can now watch an unboxing video where I had been left in silence for a little while to show you properly the contents of our box.

So there you have it, our fantastic toy collection from the new Teletubbies range.

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The kids have been playing with their new toys for a couple of days now and are thoroughly enjoying playing with them. Below is a quick recap on the new collection.

First up we have the collectable figurines, there are 5 collectables in this range, of which we received 4 of the 5. Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa-laa and Noo Noo. These are hard plastic figurines except for Noo-Noo as he’s set on wheels and can move around. Each character are equipped with their favourite item, handbag for Tinky Winky, Hat for Dipsy and Ball for Laa-Laa. Each figurine has an RRP of £3.99.

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Next up we have the talking soft toys, of which we received Laa-Laa & Po, there are 4 to this collection. Each character has a soft plush body, soft feet and a hard velvet to touch face. Simply press the characters stomach and they will say a select range of phrases similar to that they will say on the TV program. On the back of their bodies there is a Velcro patch allowing access to the inside voice pack for easy battery change. Each character has an RRP of £9.99.

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Lastly we received the Pull-Along Custard Train, on a short rope your child can pull their favourite characters around with them. At the front of the train is the Tubby Custard machine based on 4 wheels which give a slight wobbly to the movement, at the bottom of the train is an on/off switch this allows the train to make splat and theme tune sounds whilst on its travels. There is also a button on the top of the train to allow your child to press it and make more splat noises with it. Clipped onto the rear of the train are the 4 characters of Teletubbies, they are sat in cup chairs which twirl whilst moving. The carriages are detachable but you probably saw me having problems doing this in the video, this issue still stands and I think little fingers would also find it just as difficult. As yet my children haven’t been interested in separating the train as they like the idea of it all staying together like a proper train so I don’t see this as a real issue with this toy whatsoever. The characters cannot be removed from their seats nor their chairs from the carriage. This toy has an RRP of £29.99.

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Roundup

One thing I have failed to mention is that all the toys above have an age recommendation of 18 months+. They are all very well made and sturdy, no small removable parts and very well decorated. These toys have been an absolute delight to play with and get to see first hand what they do!

Before we go I’d like to let you know about a Twitter Frenzy party happening next Wednesday, 20th January where you can find out more about the Teletubbies products and what else there is to the range! Keep an eye on my twitter timeline for more details…

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**This is not a sponsored post, we were provided with a range of products from the Teletubbies Toy range. All words and opinions are my own.

2 Comments

  1. Life & Love of Lolly (@LaurenAVarley)

    17th January 2016 at 2:14 pm

    I’m at happy that Teletubbies are back, they were my favourite when I was little. I hope to get Joey interested in them now. Great unboxing video, lots like they’re going to enjoy them x

  2. MotherGeek

    11th January 2016 at 11:35 am

    Fab review, Bex! LOVED Leah’s hat in the first video! You so need to buy the last collectible figure so you have all 5 – they’ll be worth a fortune one day 😉

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