Funtastic Fashion Doll Reviews
Product Type: Funtastic Doll
Newest Review: ... front, it is easy to see the doll contained in the box which may prove useful to allow the child to select which one she (or ... more
Customer Funtastic Fashion Doll Reviews (3)
by - written on 09/10/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I have a large toy-box in a spare bedroom at my home which is brimming with a whole host of toys to entertain and amuse my young nephew during our play-time together. In addition, I have two young nieces and a young (female) cousin who are regular visitors to my house. This means that I have to ensure that some of the toys I have in the toy-box are unisex and are suitable for both sexes, but also suitable for a range of ages. To buy a whole host of toys in these assorted ranges would no doubt cost me a small fortune, and so I will regularly snap up bargains in discounted stores, such as B&M, Poundland and via Tesco, using accumulated 'Clubcard' points to achieve .. Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/12 (Very useful, 69 readings)
While shopping in B&M my daughter spotted the Barbie doll section and of course she was instantly drawn in. Sitting next to the usual Barbie dolls was this Fun tastic fashion and my daughter decided she wanted one. I tried to persuade her to get a real Barbie one as it was only a pound extra but she was having none of it and really wanted the cheaper version so we let her buy it. It comes in similar packaging to the normal Barbie dolls and inside you will find one doll and a hair brush accessory to brush her hair which I think is what attracted my daughter to the product in the first place. The doll looks very pretty in a nice purple dress, matching ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Funtastic Fashion Doll One of my favourite shops has to be Pond Land with all the more expensive goods at the bargain price of £1.00 each. Unfortunately, not all the goods are even worth that. On my last trip to this store, I picked up a fashion doll, similar to a Barbie in looks, from the Funtastic childrens toy range. In the packaging it looked like a very similar version to Barbie, though looks can be deceiving. Once out of the flimsy packaging, it did not take more than 5 minutes before one arm had fallen off in play. Now it is usual for some rough play when you are talking about young children and their toys, though this arm fell off just as I was ... Read the complete review
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