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A Closer Look at Squishmallows from Hexbug


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Hexbug have a range of plush toys called Squishmallows – here we take a closer look.

Squad up. Squishmallow plush toys are on the way to fill your hearts with love and affection. Since 2017 (in the US), the Squishmallows and Squishy Squooshems collections have offered comfort, support and warmth as couch companions, pillow pals, bedtime buddies and travel teammates. No need to feel alone, you’ll have a buddy for the movies, the bedtime stories, the laughs and more!

Kellytoy has created a line of loveable buddies made from super soft marshmallow-like texture and polyester (and they’re easily washable).

Time to put Squishmallows on your squishlist, because the squad can’t wait for the company and cuddles.

The one we were sent was Danny the Dino. Who is Danny described?

“You will always want Danny on your team! Why? He is the king of games! Danny loves strategising for board games, puzzles, outdoor sports, or scavenger hunts with his buddies.”

Each Squishmallow is 7.5 inches with an impossibly soft marshmallow-like texture. This is the first time they have been in the UK and I think they are going to be a huge hit this Christmas. There are lots to collect and each one is different.

The 7.5 inch Squishmallows are available for £6.99 and the 3.5 inch ones for £4.99. The 3.5 inch ones come with a clip so you can attach them to a bag or anything else.

They are so cuddly you won’t want to put them done.

You can learn more about Squishmallows and their range from their website.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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