My Mummy's World : Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Monday, 4 July 2016

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

This week Jack has been lucky enough to have an exclusive sneak preview of the new Lion Guard toys from FlairPLC. He is a massive fan of The Lion King film, and loves the childrens version of The Lion Guard. So, when these toys arrived he was over the moon, I even got a kiss and cuddle must have been good.

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

We received two blind bags, a figure and accessory along with a collectible figure set.

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Firstly, Jack decided he would open the figure and accessory set, we received Ono's Lookout Tower. There is a range of 5 different sets to collect but Jack absolutely loved this one.  He loved the idea of how far he could ping it across the room.  These are priced at £9.99 each.
Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Then, he moved onto the blind bags, Jack absolutely loves these things, the thrill of having a surprise toy is amazing. Upon opening he had a Kion in both packs. I think these are lovely pocket money toys,  the idea of the children getting a surprise each time and having the opportunity to collect the whole range is a lovely idea.  Each pack is priced at £2.49 each which is reasonably priced for the quality. 

Lion Guard Toys | A Review | Kion

Finally, we opened the collectible figure set, again Jack loved this. Each figure within the set is a perfect size which is perfect for children to hold,  some are also a bit heavier than others but light enough for children. Also, each individual character has amazing detailing which makes the characters realistic for children. This pack is priced at £12.99, again for the toy quality and the amount you get I think this is amazing value.

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Lion Guard Toys | A Review

Please Note: We received the above items in exchange for an honest, and impartial review. All views and opinions are our own and not influenced in any way.

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