(Disclaimer: At no point did I or will I receive any monetary gift for my review. The views expressed are simply mine.)
Over two weeks ago, my blogging partner & current boyfriend Steve (ccf) told me tgat he had been asked to write a review for something called surprizamals. We made part of our date this past Saturday, August 26, 2017, a time for us to share in opening these.
Out of the six mystery balls that Steve and I opened, we had 3 Yetis, a black bear, a blue koala, and a magenta unicorn.
What I liked
I liked the bright packaging, and the adorable factor of the creatures the creatures themselves. I also like that each character had a name and unique personality. Bonus points to whomever designed their sparkly eyes.
What I would change
Now mind you, my review of these was never solicited. But here are the things I would change:
- Make the clear packaging more perforated for easy opening.
- Give some animals a clip to attach to backpacks, or belt loops. Honestly, if one if the yetis had a clip, one would already be hanging from my purse.
- Encourage ideas on how to repurpose the red ball containers. We live so much in a throw away world. Maybe have ideas online on how to repurpose or recycle the containers.
- More variety. Okay. So what are the odds of 50% of the balls we opened being yetis, when the yeti is supposedly one of the more rare characters?? Perhaps offer more colors of a a particular animal or even special edition colors (a silver yeti, anyone?)
- Pricing. Though the ones Steve shared were sent to him for free, these little guys are priced at a hefty $4.95. There are certainly not in a range where I’m going to be able to afford going to buy very many. Cost is certainly a concern.
Over all, I enjoyed the Surprizamals and would recommend these to other parents or even other animal lovers/plushy lovers like myself.
Learn even more about surprizamals here
Hop over and read Steve’s review.
Tell him howdy while you’re there.