Hawkins Bazaar Jumbo Rainbow Springy Reviews
Product Type: Hawkins Bazaar Novelty Toy
Newest Review: ... of plastic as they are now, they are still as sturdy and as durable as they always have been, and I have not seen one of ... more
Customer Hawkins Bazaar Jumbo Rainbow Springy Reviews (6)
by - written on 06/11/12 (Very useful, 6 readings)
As you may have noticed this review is not aligned with the category of most of my reviews, but I was returning rates and saw that this is available on the DOOYOO catalogue and considering it was less than one metre from me at the time, I thought why not? Hawkins Bazaar is a shop I love taking my nephew into as he has lots of fun in there, and you can pick up cool little novelty toys for a few pounds. This rainbow springy as they call it was half price at the time, at £2.99 and was in my opinion, great value. Slinky springs are great fun for children, and it was probably the bright colours that attracted the little one to it. If we want to be technical, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 217 readings)
At the top of my son's birthday list this year was a Jumbo Rainbow Springy. He had spotted them on a recent trip to Hawkins Bazaar, particularly drawn to its colourful appearance and its oversized shape. We have already discarded many Springies over the years as they had become stretched and tangled and so I had no reason to believe that this one would be any different. After trying unsuccessfully to dissuade him from wanting one, I returned to the shop the next day and reluctantly purchased one for £3.99. I did find this springy quite hard to wrap because of its cylindrical shape and its hollowness, but with the help of a lot of tape, I managed it in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
My 9 year old son is a nightmare in a shop such as Hawkins Bazaar as he finds all manner of stuff that is completely useless, he doesn't need but for some reason he decides he has to have it! The last time we went in there, I said he could have a small gift as he is doing really well at school and after much deliberation, he chose a rainbow springy. A rainbow springy is the name that Hawkins Bazaar give to the toy, whereas I personally know them as slinkys. This is a toy that has been around for years in all manners and is basically a long coiled spring made of plastic that you can have hours of fun with. This specific one from Hawkins Bazaar is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
The Jumbo Rainbow Springy from Hawkins Bazaar isn't the largest springy I've ever owned but it isn't bad. I've owned loads of springys as I use them for work in my rewards bag. The Jumbo Rainbow Springy is made from plastic, as I said earlier, it is not the biggest of springys but it's bigger or maybe I should say longer than your average springy so the name isn't completely misleading. It's made of brightly coloured plastic, bands of colour feature down the springy. Most of the children I have worked with have enjoyed the Jumbo Rainbow Springy and will ask for it regularly. Visually it is very pleasing as it trips down the stairs, if you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/12/11 (Very useful, 30 readings)
My little boy loves springy toys. So when I saw this large springy toy in Harpers Bazaar I had to get it for him. I was impressed with the fact that it was multicoloured as the bright colours are much more visually stimulating than the plain silver coloured ones. I paid around £4 for this springy toy. Which is a little more expensive than I have paid in the past. However, due to the fact that it was described as bigger I decided it was worth the extra money. However, when I got home and opened the box I was a little disappointed with both the size and quality of this toy. Firstly, In terms of size it wasn't much bigger than the average springy. It was ... Read the complete review
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