Hasbro Play-Doh Mini Fun Factory Reviews
Product Type: Hasbro Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Hasbro / Type: Clay / Age: 3 Years+
Newest Review: ... shops too and you can often pick up Play Doh sets in the discount style stores. The set contains two small pots of Play Doh ... more
Customer Hasbro Play-Doh Mini Fun Factory Reviews (6)
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I was in Tesco looking for a little treat for my daughter for being so good on her potty when I came across the Play-Doh Mini Fun Factory. The toy wasn't actually on a shelf and instead was stuck to a long piece of plastic inbetween the toy displays. I knew my daughter would enjoy the toy because she's a massive fan of Play-Doh (like most pre-schoolers) and the price also caught my attention. The Play-Doh Mini Fun Factory was a steal at just 97p! The toy is quite small and very lightweight. The packaging is bright and very child friendly (made from cardboard and plastic). You can see the contents and also which colour Play-Doh you are getting. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
The Hasbro Play-Doh Mini Fun Factory costs only around £3 in stores, which is pretty reasonable for a brand name Playdoh product. It really is a very small product that's mounted on card, rather than coming in a box, so it makes it an ideal stocking filler at Christmas time, occasional treat for a little one, or a birthday present even for classmate's parties. The grandson has had his for a good six months now and had it out just yesterday to have some Playdoh fun with it. He's really into arts and crafts and the moment, though he gets a little carried away with repeatedly just squeezing playdoh through this little machine! To use the little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I bought this for my daughter's 3rd birthday, she loves Play-doh but has previously been freaked out by any of the 'spaghetti' making toys, but when I saw this in Tescos for 97p I couldn't resist. I thought I would break her in gently to the joys of squeezing Play-doh through tiny holes! All it is is a little press where you can insert the smallest amount of Play-doh and squeeze it down, and out come 4 spaghetti like tubes in different shapes (square, circle, triangle & hexagon). It's the simplest of things, but provides a lot of enjoyment! Also with this pack you get two very small packs of Play-doh. We got orange & green but I'm not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09, updated on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I spotted this in Tesco a while ago and picked one up to put in the Christmas shoe boxes for Romania. It's a small set, around the size of an adult hand on bright yellow cardboard backing, so the just the kind of thing for pass the parcel, party bags and stocking fillers. Tesco have it for 97p, but I've seen it elsewhere for as much as £4.50. This week I grabbed one off the plastic strip with four-year-old Little Nephew in mind. Usually we seem to buy action figures or cars, but they just don't have any play value and there was a wet weekend forecast. He'd spotted in the car on the way to the BBQ and when we got back, I suggested that we could have a quick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
My two year old loves play-doh. If you ask him what he wants to do, 90% of the time he asks for his play-doh. He has loads of different cutting implements and pots of play-doh in various colours but didn't have anything quite like this so when I was more than happy to buy this as a wee treat when we saw it. I paid around a pound for it (cant remember the exact amount but it was the same as a pot of regular play-doh which is usually 99p). So what did I get for my money? This wee set consists of two little pots (just under half the size of regular play-doh pots) which seem to come in a variety of colours - ours was purple and blue but there was also orange ... Read the complete review
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