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A Closer Look at the WOW! Drop n Pop Jurassic World – Blue


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With Christmas not too far away now, we are going to be looking at various things you might want to consider – here we look at the Drop n Pop Jurassic World – Blue from WOW! Stuff.

See your favourite dinosaurs instantly hatch, simply drop and watch in amazement as a Baby Dinosaur from the Jurassic World Franchise springs out. Be careful it doesn’t bite!

Play out some of the iconic movie scenes from Jurassic Park by watching your dinosaur hatch by simply dropping onto any floor, table or countertop. Reveal a plush baby Dino teddy 150% bigger than the egg.

Kids will have hours of fun dropping the egg time and time again, thanks to its easy reset feature. Simply push the plush back inside the egg and click shut. Your surprise toy is then ready to drop to pop.

Surprise your friends as you carry the small egg around with you, suddenly drop the egg and watch the raptor Blue appear, a real Wow! Also available in the other fan favourites Ankylosaurus Bumpy.

The Jurassic World Collection features unique toys and gifts inspired by the Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom & Jurassic Park film franchises and the Netflix Camp Cretaceous animated series that are authorised and licensed by Universal Pictures.

These Drop n Pop toys are a lot of fun – they are quite fiddly to get Blue back into the egg, which is actually half the fun, without accidentally having the egg open. Once placed back in the egg you just drop it on the ground and it pops open to reveal Blue in all her glory.

The Drop n Pop Jurassic World – Blue is available now from Amazon priced around £19.99 and is aimed at children 5 years old and up.

You can learn more from the WOW Stuff website.

Disclaimer: The Drop n Pop Jurassic World – Blue was sent to us for the purposes of an honest review. All opinions are the opinions of our reviewer.

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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