Friday 9 September 2016
The Project Mc2 AW16 Dolls - Review
I have always been a huge doll lover and actually own my very own doll collection. I didn't know much about The Project Mc2 Doll but when I got asked if I would like to review one I definetly wasn't going to say no to getting my hands on a new doll.
The dolls are based on a Netflix show that launched last summer and along with the show came a really cool geek fashion doll line. The characters are all about loving S.T.E.A.M which is science, technology, engineering, art and maths.
This summer the show returns with new seasons, new stories and new characters and therefor new dolls. These dolls all come with a experiment kit which the child can then try out along side there doll at home.
We were sent Bryden and her very cool Panda Speaker.
Firstly I want to say I love these dolls, Bryden is so beautiful and not only that but the doll also portrays natural beauty which I think is great. I Love the different sense of fashion that these dolls all have and Bryden comes with a really cool coat and hat and a very funky bag!
The doll is also such good quality, the detail in the eyes is just amazing. I Love how well she looks just like the character out of the show.
One brilliant factor is that the dolls all encourage learning and a interest in S.T.E.A.M. Its great to have a doll that isn't just about fashion and the look of the doll but is all about showing a different outlook on being cool. I think they provide great role models and I would be really happy to see Lily walking around and playing with one on of these dolls when she is a little older.
Bryden also comes with her very cool Panda Speaker. But its not just any old speaker, you have to complete the electrical circuit to make the speaker play by placing an apple into the panda's mouth to make the experiment complete. I remember doing this in school and so to be able to do it along side your very own doll makes the experience 10 times better.
This doll is definetly going to be enjoyed by me and Lily. She is a little young to play with her alone yet as the doll is aimed at 6 years plus. But she really loved looking at her and she is going to really enjoy the speaker as she loves her music.
I would definetly recommend heading out and buying one of these dolls for your child. Who knows, she could become your child's new best friend and encourage her to take a greater interest in S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, art and maths)
You can read more about the Project Mc2 Dolls here
What do you think to these dolls? Would you get one for your child?