Last week, I blogged about the Secret Surprise Box of brand new Teletubbies toys we’ve been sent to review. We were sworn to secrecy until today, so I can *finally* share these super funny videos of Sydney’s first attempt at being a youtuber. How cute is she opening our secret surprise box…?
(Sorry it’s a little wobbley – Clearly I really do need to use my tripod all the time)!
Rather than spending hours and hours explainging all of the toys to you, Sydney and I made demo videos for all of the items inside our box. I ask Syd what she thinks of each toy, so watch the videos for a 3 year old’s honest feedback.
Inside our surprise box, we had:
A Teletubbies Tubby Phone. This has an RRP of £9.99 and is suitable for children aged 18 months and over. Our Demo toy did not come with batteries included, but I’m reliably informed that purchased ones will come with them preinstalled. Syd and I filmed an unboxing and demo video – check it out here:
The Tinky Winky Collectable Figure has an RRP of £3.99 and is suitable for children aged 18 months and over. Syd and I made a quick unboxing and demo video – check it out here:
The Talking Laa Laa Plush Toy has an RRP of £9.99 and is suitable for children aged 18 months and over. Laa Laa came with batteries included, and Syd really enjoyed playing with her. Here’s the pair of them in action:
The Talking Po Plush Toy has an RRP of £9.99 and is suitable for children aged 18 months and over. Po came with batteries included, and Sydney has really enjoyed playing with it. Here’s Po and Sydney in action:
The Tickle and Glow Po toy has an RRP of £14.99, and is suitable for children aged 18 months and over. The packaging says batteries included, however our demo model did not have them included. I’m reliably informed that purchased versions will come with the 3 AAA batteries preinstalled, though. Po’s arms move, but her head and legs are fixed. Before I show you the video of Sydney putting me to shame, and showing me how it works, I want to mention that you press Po’s CHEST to make her glow and speak – not her chest, as the box advises.
The final item in our box was a Super Soft Dipsy Plush Toy. This has an RRP of £6.99 and is suitable from birth. The toy is really cute, and a good size for small hands to hold. It hasn’t been played with as much as the larger talking Laa Laa and Po we received though, so personally I’d rather spend the extra £3 for the talking version. Sydney’s showing you Dipsy in this final video.
Character Toys’ full range of Teletubbies toys is available to buy from today. If you want to find out more about the range, there’s a Teletubbies Twitter Frenzy on Wednesday 20th January at 1pm. See you there…?
I was sent the items to review, but all words and opinions are our own.