FamilyA Closer Look at Disney's Encanto Tonie

A Closer Look at Disney’s Encanto Tonie


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We take a closer look at Disney’s Encanto Tonie.

Your entry ticket to a whole new world of adventures and audio fun for children is how Tonies describe their products, and they are not wrong.

There is a Tonies box which requires you to place one of the Tonies characters on in order play its content, whether it’s a story, a song or something else.

It’s very easy to use at any age as all you need to do is remove the character and place another on, it really is that simple, and it works very well. We have been using Tonies and listening to stories and songs on it for nearly 4 years now and is part of our nightly bedtime routine, and sometimes our morning routine too.

Gather round friends because it’s time for the extraordinary tale of the family Madrigal and their unique gifts. Based on the multi-award winning Disney film, Encanto, this Tonie is packed full of catchy songs and an enchanting story in both English and Spanish.

There are 7 tracks totalling around 52 minutes:

01 – The Family Madrigal

02 – Surface Pressure

03 – We Don’t Talk About Bruno

04 – What Else Can I Do?

05 – Dos Oruguitas

06 – Encanto Storyette

07 – Encanto Storyette – Spanish Version

As usual with Tonies, the attention to detail on the character is excellent and it really does look realistic, and the sound quality is great too. We cant wait to see what Tonies release next. This is definitely a Tonie you will talk about!

The Disney’s Encanto Tonie is available now priced around £14.99. Check out the Tonies website as they often have great deals if you buy multiple Tonies.

You can learn more from the Tonies website.

Disclaimer: This Tonies character 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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