FamilyReview: PAW Patrol Rescue Knights Rubble and Blizzie

Review: PAW Patrol Rescue Knights Rubble and Blizzie


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Here is our review of the new SpinMaster PAW Patrol Rescue Knights Rubble and Blizzie.

PAW Patrol is going mediaeval. Join your favourite pups and their new dragon friends as they go on exciting rescue missions with the Rescue Knights Pup and Dragon Packs. This action figures set includes Rubble and his trusty dragon pal Blizzie. Wearing his Rescue Knights armour, PAW Patrol’s beloved pup is ready to jump into action. Press Rubble’s badge button to make his backpack’s tool transform and pop open. Then, clip Rubble onto Blizzie’s back and push the button on the tail for its glittery translucent wings to flap. 

Paw Patrol Action Figures: Rubble is geared up and ready for adventure time, with his dragon Blizzie. Rubble is wearing his Rescue Knights armour with dragon-scale details, a helmet and a spiked collar.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

PAW Patrol Rescue Knights is the latest iteration of the highly successful PAW Patrol TV series. Rescue Knights takes place in Barkingburg (where the pups have already had numerous adventures).

Rescue Knights sees Ryder and the pups turned into Rescue Knights rescuing dragons (and dealing with a very naughty Sir Claw and his dragon Sparks) and dealing all sorts of other adventures.

As you would expect, Ryder and the pups have new outfits and vehicles and even a new HQ.

Rubble has his rescue tool on his pup pack, it can be moved into different positions. Blizzie also has a button on her tail which flaps her wings when pressed. Rubble fits onto Blizzie so the two can work together to perform rescues.

Rubble and Blizzie is really well made and they look exactly like their on-screen counterparts.

If you, or your child is a fan of PAW Patrol, then the PAW Patrol Rescue Rubble and Blizzie set is an essential addition to your collection.

You can add more characters to make your own adventures.

The PAW Patrol Rescue Rubble and Blizzie set is available now priced around £10 and is aimed at ages 3 and up.

You can learn more from the SpinMaster website here.

Disclosure: This product was provided free of charge in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.

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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