L.O.L. Surprise! Bubbly Surprise (Pink) with Exclusive Doll & Pet
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- Includes an exclusive L.O.L. Surprise doll and pet
- Unbox 6 more surprises by opening surprise balls and digging through kinetic sand
- Sparkly case can be used as a purse and playset; 2 styles available
- Note: Fizz is not for bathtub use; Do not touch fizz until fully dissolved
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L.O.L. Surprise! Bubbly Surprise (Pink) with Exclusive Doll and Pet
Unbox even more surprises with L.O.L. Surprise! Bubbly Surprise! Includes an exclusive L.O.L. Surprise! doll and Pet hidden inside a heart-shaped bubbly, fizzy surprise.
- Exclusive doll and pet
- 6 surprise balls
- 1 heart-shaped stand
- Glitter case becomes a purse and a storage case
- *Note: Fizz is not for bathtub use. Do not touch fizz until fully dissolved.
Unbox 6 more surprises by opening surprise balls
Dunk or Dig for Surprise
Digging through kinetic sand or dunk it in the water and see the surprises inside
Glitter Case Turns into Purse
Sparkly case can be used as a purse and playset.
Unbox even more surprises with L.O.L. Surprise! Bubbly Surprise! Includes an exclusive L.O.L. Surprise! doll and Pet hidden inside a heart shaped bubbly, fizzy surprise. Unbox 6 more surprises by opening surprise balls and digging through sand. Add water to your exclusive doll and pet for a water surprise! Sparkly package also becomes a purse and playset.
Choking Hazard - Small Parts
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Note: Remember this is not safe to use in the bath :)
This was the first gift she wanted to open. Her and her cousin helped fill the tub with water, and both put the big bubbly bath bomb in to watch the magic. It did fizz and dissolve as expected, and made the water look pretty during this process. They both enjoyed sticking their hands in and playing throughout the process. It really wasn't as messy as I anticipated. Fyi...This bath bomb is not meant for kid's to actually bath with, and is not for internal use. I didn't realize that when initially purchasing. We used the container that it came in, and it worked just fine for us. The doll and pet do change color in cold and hot water. The color change does not last more than a second after removing it from the water, but it was cool to see. It took many tries to get pictures of the color change because of this. Everything you see in my pictures is what comes in the pink Bubbly Surprise set. Retail price is $30. They're not actual "surprises" like in the individual dolls/pets/littles. For us, that worked out even better, as stated. The orange one has a doll, and a kitty pet. I hope this helps.
🗨In General L.O.L brand PROS: We haven't received any duplicates, which is a plus, and my daughter got quite a few different sets. There's a variety of different styles: ie...dolls/pets/little sisters/brothers/real hair/hard hair/outfits/New play sets that are now coming out. They're collectable, and great for when kiddos get together with friends. They do come with a bottle that they can actually drink from. Some cry, some spit up, and some pee. Most have water coming from many different parts when you squeeze, so I don't know if this is a big pro, but it IS something. It's also fun to see if you have one that color changes like in this set. And obviously, the surprise factor is something that the kid's really seem to enjoy. I mean, who doesn't like surprises? However, now that those play dates and summer has passed, I have to be honest. My daughter hasn't touched any of them!🤦♀️ We've brought it up to her and she says she still likes them, tho!?!🙄🤷♀️ If these dolls were half the price they go for, I could maybe get behind them. I did go along with it this summer because I want to support and encourage my daughter to use her imagination as much as possible. And I know she's getting to that age where she's not going to be playing pretend for too much longer.😥 This could be a good thing or a bad thing when I think about what was actually invested into these things for such a short lived interest. Maybe if she was younger, and had a few years left with them I'd feel differently. (If they'd hold up that long to actual handling). The new play sets that are coming out are a pro. I think they'll definitely add to the overall playability, but are a con too, because the price tags are steap.
CONS: I think they're cute and all, especially when you first open everything and sit it altogether for a picture. But aside from the dolls/pets themselves, there's honestly just a bunch of cheap little things, and big plastic things, like the cases/carriers that I really can't decide whether to keep for collecting purposes, or to throw away to save a ton of space. And, there's really no way to add these things in for play, which could be a pro if that were to change. Not to mention all of the actual trash trash that compiles after opening. The dolls themselves are not of high quality either. I don't think the paint will last long with play, and some actually come new with paint errors. Also, the clothes are hard for my 8yr old (who's pretty capable), to put on and off, and can tear easily. And unfortunately, because of these things, the price is a big factor here, simply because after all of the flashy bells and whistles, and unused items that are either thrown away or put up, the value of these few inch dolls, and the even smaller pets/little sisters that you're left with just isn't there in my opinion.
If your little one really wants some L.O.L's, I say buy them...BUT...start slow, and see if they really play with them or not. It's worth seeing them smile, which is why I'm still giving L.O.L's 4 stars. It is for the kiddos after all. It's all relative, and there may be many who play with their's everyday. This is just my honest opinion, and I hope it helps. Especially if you're new to the L.O.L world like I was. I've included pictures of everything to give you an idea of what to expect. This particular set is the favorite thing we've bought.
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The central section is a bath/bomb style heart which dissolved in water to reveal a toy lol
I’m not convinced but the kids liked it
Not sure it’s value for money!!
Daughter loves them. I hate them. Awful quality for the price.
Cant this trwnd be over already
Personally seeing the toys she received I found it to be over priced plastic.
I am ashamed I gave in to pester power and cringe at both the sexualisation of our daughters with this type of doll/figurine and the impact that this plastic tat has on our world. Will definitely not buy anything else from this brand ever again.
Then the main items are within a plastic heart within what you think is a bath bomb - read the instructions - it’s not safe to put in the bath you have to use the box as a bowl - and don’t let them touch it as instructions say not to ....????
I think it’s over priced over packaged poorly thought out tat
Two stars as my daughter appeared to enjoy it
No stars personally
because of the price, that I had in fact ordered a doll! But it wasn’t a doll - just rubbish that was meant to be bath
products, that didn’t even fizz. THIS PRODUCT IS TOTALLY MISLEADING! And should NEVER come under the heading
of L.O.L DOLL,
I paid £29.95 for total RUBBISH!!!!
At £20 for the pink this was a better value set than most of the others and it was fun for her to do. So, as much as I hate LOL this is one of the better ones! Would make a lovely gift.