{Holiday Gift Guide} Pop On Pals Review

After receiving the opportunity to try out Pop On Pals from SpinMaster, I knew I had to buy more for my little guy this year for Christmas.  Pop On Pals are little people figurines that are about 3 inches tall and your child can change their clothes just by “popping” them on.  They are also chunky too which makes them really easy for little ones to hold onto.  They are recommended for ages 2 years and older but I didn’t have a problem with our youngest playing with them.  He’s only a few months over a year old so when buying them, I would just use your best judgement since they are recommended for 2 years and older.
There are a lot of different sets you can buy.  There are single ones with two different outfits that you can mix and match, there are packs that come with two people figurines with clothing, and there are vehicle sets and also pet sets that include pets that also come with things to wear!  One of the sets is the Amusement Park and looks like a lot of fun!
I almost bought the Amusement Park myself but thought I would stick to the people sets since I was buying them for my younger son and picked up a few of the pet sets for him.  There are hats with the outfits and the clothing includes tops and bottoms and your child can dress his person in a full matching outfit or even mix them up!  For example, they can be a baseball player and a police man all in one!  The clothing are actually rings and when you put the people figurines in the ring, you simply push down on them and the clothing ring pops on!  It’s that simple.  Just look at the video below which can also be found on youtube!


We received one of their 2 in 1 Mix and Match Fun Pals which came with one pal and two outfits.  We received the baseball player/policeman and it’s really cute.  The baseball outfit includes two different tops and bottoms with one of the tops holding a baseball mitt and the other holding a baseball bat.  The policeman outfit is holding handcuffs (the tops or shirt rings include the arms of the person so there isn’t any fitting clothing over arms).

They are so easy that our youngest figured them out pretty quick.  He thinks they are fun too.  Now he can’t pull the clothing rings off (he is younger than the recommended age as stated earlier) but he can pop them on.  Our 4 year old son likes to play with his brother too.  I think they are great for hand-eye coordination, really great for imaginative play and helps promote social skills when they are pretend playing.
I definitely recommend Pop On Pals!
Buy It:  You can find Pop On Pals at a lot of different retailers such as Toys R Us, Target, Kmart, Meijer, online at Amazon and more.  The best part is the prices are really great ranging from only $5 to about $15 or so depending on which product it is your are buying!
Visit the Pop On Pals website for more information and you can also find Pop On Pals on Facebook!
The product was sent to me for free by the company for my use and review. I was not paid to write my review and my opinions are 100% my own.
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My name is Nicole and I write DustinNikki Mommy of Three. I enjoy writing product reviews and hosting giveaways. I have been married to my high school sweetheart for 20 years and we have three kids. When I am not terribly busy running someone to band or soccer practices, I find some time to write. I also like to write about my kids, family and life. My family enjoys the outdoors - hiking, canoeing, and exploring things we haven't seen or been before. Thanks for stopping by and checking out my blog!
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1 thought on “{Holiday Gift Guide} Pop On Pals Review

  1. I tried to win this Pop on Pals Amusement Park on another giveaway, but didn't win it! I think my son would really like these. Great stocking stuffers too!

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