Sunday, October 29, 2017

Hatchimal Colleggtibles from Spinmaster for the Holidays

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

We have recently received Hatchimal Colleggtibles from Spinmaster. Can I contain my excitement? Absolutely not, I have joined the Hatchimal craze!



What are Hatchimals ? Hatchimals are magical creatures that are inside adorable little eggs that live in Hatchtopia. These Hatchimals will not hatch themselves, they need a bit of tender loving care. They are encouraged to hatch by touch. Hold the egg and rub the little heart. After you have played with your Hatchimal enough you will see the heart change from purple to pink, this means your Hatchimal is ready for hatching!

Before your Hatchimal gets ready to hatch though, you can determine by the speckles on the egg which family your creature comes from. You will not know which creature you are getting but it narrows it down to which family. This makes it nice when collecting them.



The eggs themselves are sturdy, but not too sturdy that you can’t break them easily. Inside the egg there is a little plastic protective cup to stop them being burst opened and possibly squished. The easiest way to hatch your Hatchimal press down on the heart.

Each Hatchimal is adorable and has glittery wings. If you keep peeling the egg to the wavy line you can use that base as a little nest. Grow your collection of Hatchimals!



These are absolutely adorable and a wonderful interactive toy your little ones will love.

There are over 70 Hatchimals to collect in Season One. There are some ultra-rare and special edition Hatchimals CollEGGtibles to find. I love that there is a collector’s checklist and map to keep track of your collection and discover more about Hatchtopia and Hatch a Whole World. On the other side o the checklist is a map of Hatchtopia where the coolest CollEGGtibles hang out. There is Giggle Grove, Lilac Lake, Fabula Forest and more.
In 1994 SpinMaster was founded by two childhood friends, Ronnen Harary and Anton Rabie, after the two graduated from The University of Western Ontario. Ben Varadi, a classmate of Anton's from The University of Western Ontario's Richard Ivey School of business, joined the Company subsequently in 1994. The nascent entrepreneurs' first product was the Earth Buddy, a nylon stocking-covered head of sawdust topped with grass seeds which grew to emulate hair, funded with their own $10,000 investment.

Spin Master achieved significant growth over the past two decades, transforming itself from a small, single product toy company into a leading global, diversified, multi-platform and highly innovative children's entertainment company. The business has progressed through key stages, from start up growth, building the base, Bakugan growth, refocusing to diversified growth; operating now across all toy industry super categories. When Spin Master began to chart it's course in the children's entertainment industry, the founders recognized that in order to compete successfully with the established brands of larger companies, they had to design and market innovative products that would "wow" consumers and disrupt the traditional toy market.

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14 comments:

  1. My granddaughters want one of these so bad, they ask again today, nana can you get us one if Santa don't bring us one. I try I say.. I think these are so cute.
    @tisonlyme143

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  2. I love it!
    Great concept!
    Never seen it before!
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  3. I heard about this before, so popular!

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  4. These look like a lot of fun. My nieces love the originals so I am sure would like these. I am going to have to keep this in mind for Christmas.

    ellen beck

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  5. Ive picked up a couple of these for christmas, not knowing what was in them!! Thanks for the info!

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  6. Oh these look adorable and I'm sure all the kids will love to help and watch them hatch. I love that you can tell by the speckles which family they are from so you don't duplicate them!

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  7. Last Christmas, all my daughter wanted was a Hatchimal. She loooved it! Love that there are new friends to collect this holiday season.

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  8. These looks really adorable! I'm sure that my kids would love it!

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  9. This would be a nice gift for my three year old niece. She's been wanting a dog but I think a Hatchimal would be ideal as a first step for her to experience taking care of a pet.

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  10. I think these are such a fun toy, and great for Xmas gifts.

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  11. Our 4 year old Samantha wants these for Christmas. (jozywails@gmail.com)

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