Some time last year, Greg discovered Superzings and has been religiously collecting them ever since. We were thrilled to be offered the chance to receive a Superzings Series 3 bundle to review. Greg loves them, and to be honest, needed cheering up after a bout of chicken pox!
What are Superzings?
Superzings are small collectable toys that are everyday objects, transformed into super heroes (or super villains)! The range is made up of 90+ different characters, and some are rarer than others. In fact, some are even super rare!
Greg likes the good guys as much as the baddies, and sets them up in formation to fight each other.
We’ve been buying Superzings as little treats for Greg for a while now, and I think they’re great pocket money toys. The blind bags are 80p each and you can buy bigger sets too, which make for nice Christmas/birthday gifts.
Our Superzings Bundle
We received a generous Superzings bundle for Greg to help me review, which included:
- A Mega Pack
- A Superbot
- A Kaboom Blaster
- Bakery Blaster
Superzings Mega Pack
This pack contains a five Superzings, a poster, and a Super Slider.
These are really goo because Greg can have the poster on his wall, but he also likes to lay it on the floor and match up the Superzings he’s already got to the picture. He also likes to see what he hasn’t got and look at what he might get in future blind bags.
The Superbot comes with a Superzing driver and has some great play value. I think you would need to buy a couple of blind bags to go with this if you were starting your collection from scratch. Greg enjoyed using this to mow down a line of unsuspecting Superzings that he had meticulously laid out.
Superzings Bakery Blast
The Bakery Blast is heaps of fun, it shoots things out of the winged van. The parts are small but we haven’t lost any yet (fingers crossed).
It also includes Superzing figures, a building front and a pretty cool super car!
Superzings Kaboom Blaster
This one is noisy, which means it is heavily favoured by Greg. Press the top and it makes various noises, press the button at the front to release the door. Greg plays lots of games where the super villain gets locked up in there!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, these are great pocket money toys and fab for any child with a big imagination. Greg is very keen to collect them all, and I don’t mind splashing the cash when it’s only 80p here and there!
These are available from Smyths and all other good toy retailers. We get our blind bags and mega packs from our local co-op.
If your child like kids’ collectables, you might be interested in this review of Moji Pops.
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