Drowning in Hatchimals CollEGGtibles? Get a Hatchery Nursery!
We have been collecting Spinmaster‘s Hatchimals CollEGGtibles since they first arrived in toy shops.
They’re cute little collectable plastic animals which come in blind bags. Inside each bag is a little speckled egg which is ‘hatched’ by rubbing on the heart until it changes colour and then removing the shell to reveal your newest little Hatchimal pet.
At £3 each they’re great little pocket money/
bribery reward tools and the kids love them as they are cute, bright and fun but they do tend to end up lost under the furniture or trodden on in the dark.
The Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Hatchery Nursery takes the Hatchimals CollEGGtibles and turns them from little cute (but fairly pointless, really) bits of plastic to something which you can actually play with!
Made from sturdy plastic, the nursery is really easy to put together and doesn’t require any batteries. It is suitable for children from 5+, although my two fans are a little younger and very much enjoyed playing with it under supervision.
The Hatchery Nursery also gives you somewhere to keep and display up to 35 of your Hatchimals CollEGGtibles characters; no longer will they litter the floors! Hurrah.
The Hatchery Nursery also helps you ‘hatch’ your Hatchimals CollEGGtibles eggs.
You fix the crank handle on, wind the pink flower all the way to the bottom, pop the egg down the tree until it is sat snugly inside the flower, and then wind the crank up all the way until the egg appears at the top.
The egg will be cracked, and you can then peel the shell back to reveal your newest Hatchimal CollEGGtible.The Hatchimal CollEGGtible Hatchery Nursery comes with one CollEGGtible egg. It would make a great gift for any little Hatchimal CollEGGtible fan and my two have spent hours playing with it, just like they might a doll’s house or figurine playset. It has given them a whole new way to play with their CollEGGtible collection.
The Hatchery Nursery will be available to buy for around £29.99 from good toy shops in the run up to Christmas.
The Hatchery Nursery was sent to me free of charge for the purposes of this review, but all opinions are mine.
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