Advantages Look quite cute
Disadvantages My daughter now wants them all!!!!
My daughter had been going on and on about zoobles and wanting one for what seemed like forever, so when she got some money at Easter we decided to take her out so she could buy one with her own money. This review is for the zooble she bought, which is not the one on the item description - see photos below.
The zooble came in plasic box with a card backing with all the specific zooble's details, the kind of packing action figures come in. The specific zooble is purple coloured and came with a stand that it could sit on (see the photos), the thing that confused me was that the gap under the stand wasn't large enough for the zooble to be in when it was asleep - to me this just seemed an odd design feature. It can be forced under the stand but it's not something i'd want a young child doing.
I think the zooble is another one of those toys that has great advertising on the TV so you see them in their world and doing ots of fun things, obviously all of these things really on the childs imagination and it's never quite as good on the TV. The adverts obviously did the trick as my daughter now wants various other zoobles and the zooble house (which is fairly expensive!!). There are no batteries involved so there are no extra costs which is always good.
Would I recommend a zooble, well as a thirty seven year old man probably not but my daughter thinks they are great, so if your child has a good play imagination then these might be worth a go. She bought her's from Argos for £5.99 which seemed a reasonable price.
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