Posted by Tami Anderson in Reviews on February 26, 2017
Little Miss A loves PJ Masks on Disney Jr so, when we were asked if we would like to take part in a PJ Masks Twitter Party I knew she would absolutely love it!
If you haven’t come across PJ Masks before, the show centres around three children. Normal children by day, when they put on their PJs at night they become superheroes, going on adventures and tackling baddies. Little Miss A loves running around the house pretending to be her favourite superhero, Gekko!
On Wednesday 1st March at 4pm we will be taking part in a big Twitter party with @UKMumstv. We will be talking all things PJ Masks and there will be plenty of prizes to be won so do join us using #PJMasksToys.
Before the Twitter party on Wednesday, I want to tell you all about some great new PJ Masks Toys that the Little A’s have been trying out. The toys were launched at the beginning of February and there is a good variety of role play, plastic and plush toys to cater for fans of all ages. The range is also set to be added to later on in the year.
First up are the costume sets. Little Miss A received the Catboy costume though you can also get these in Owlette and Gekko.
The costume comes complete with full length bodysuit (tail attached!) and a blue face mask.
The costume is said to be for children aged 3+ and fits 4 year old Little Miss A perfectly. The costume seems good enough quality and I like that it there are Velcro fastenings on the back making it easy for her to get on and off. The mask fit well too and Little Miss A has enjoyed wearing it. It is a little more than I would perhaps normally spend on a dressing up outfit with an RRP of £24.99, however, should last your child for some time.
Next up the Little A’s have been enjoying the PJ Masks Vehicle and figure sets (of which there is an exclusive Deluxe set available in Argos). Available are Catboy in his Cat-Car, Gekko in his Gekko-Mobile and Owlette in her Owl Glider. Each vehicle comes complete with a 3” articulated figure.
The toys are good quality and I liked that you can fit all three characters into each vehicle if you so wish. The toys are great for role play and Little Miss A in particular has loved taking the characters and vehicles on various PJ Masks adventures. The characters are a little tricky to click into place in the vehicles and Little Miss A has got a little frustrated with them at times. Once the characters are clicked in place though they do stay in no matter how much enthusiastic ‘flying’ and ‘driving’ around they are subjected too.
Again these toys are aimed at children aged 3+, however, I was happy for Baby A to have a play too as there were no small parts. With an RRP of £13.99 I think these toys are in line with others of this nature. I think the quality of the vehicles will ensure they stand up to a lot of play.
The Little A’s really love opening up blind bags so Little Miss A was delighted to have some PJ Masks bags to open. Each blind bag contains one of 12 collectable figures. Each of these figures is set onto a base so you can display them as well as play with them. Will you find the super rare Connor figure? With an RRP of £2.49 these are a fun pocket money toy that any PJ Masks fan will have fun collecting.
Last but not least are the PJ Masks Beanie Plush toys. Available in this range are the three PJ Masks together with their arch enemy Romeo.
The plush toys are a great size for snuggling up to and having adventures with. Again they are aimed at children aged 3+, however, I was happy for Baby A to have one to cuddle up to. They are excellent quality and should stand up to a lot of cuddling. Each toy seems easy enough to wipe clean and I feel they will last a long time. With an RRP of £8.99 each they are in line with other toys of this nature and I think represent good value for money.
The Little A’s have been having great fun with the PJ Masks toys and we hope to see you over on Twitter this week so we can tell you more about them!
Disclosure – We received the above featured toys free of charge in return for our honest review.