If you have little ones you will know the wonderful world of grab bags and collectable toys. Well get ready for a new release! This month sees the release of Nanables from Jazwares. A colourful ultra small, whimsical world of imaginative lands with detailed ‘eye candy’ dwellings with Nanos, the unique inhabitants who call them home.
My girls love anything teeny so I just knew they would want to start collecting these. Priced at £4.99 each I think they are great value for money compared to blind bags and randoms where you don’t know what you are buying. It’s a nightmare when they spend their pocket money only to get ANOTHER of the same toy! Nanables are packaged in clear domes so you can choose the ones you need in your collection.
Evie went straight for the Sparkle Day Spa which looks just like a unicorn. There is a theme running through each house, from the Dusted Donut Diner which is adorned with a giant donut to the Twinkle Twinkle Inn which is of course covered in stars!
With two towns to collect and 3 houses in each, Sweetness Town and Rainbow Way there is something for everyone. The houses are all built with doorways and special places for the Nanos to hide and interact. There is even an integrated viewer in each home so you get a little peek into their lives!
There is also a free downloadable app where you can scan your Nanables house, bringing their world to life! The app unlocks exclusive content and games. The more houses you collect the more there is for you to enjoy. Search Nanables in your app provider.
Stockists include Smyths, Argos and Tesco.
Age 6+ due to small parts
Two of these super cute Nanables could be yours, all you need to do is enter via the Gleam widget below. GOOD LUCK!
We were kindly sent the Nanables for the purpose of this review and giveaway, all views and opinions are our own and genuine.
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