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Barbie Sisters Family Camper

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  • Barbie doll and her sisters are ready to go on the ultimate camping trip in the new family camper
  • Features a pop-up second floor with two hammocks, full kitchen and seating for all of the sisters
  • It's complete with bathroom with toilet and shower and even a jacuzzi to splash around
  • Includes family camper, jacuzzi, soft-good hammocks and kitchen accessories
  • Girls will love going camping with Barbie and her family in her new Camper
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 9 x 12.8 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004SN4OY8
  • Item model number: V6981
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,209 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

V6981 Features: -Camping camper.-Pop-up second floor with two hammocks for lounging around.-Front driver seat that converts to a second bed so there is room for all four sisters to sleep.-Full kitchen complete with seating for all of the sisters.-Bathroom with toilet and shower and even a spa pool to splash around.-Dolls not included.-Ages 3 and older.

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Barbie and her sisters are ready to hit the road in style in the Barbie Camper 2011. This luxurious pink camper sleeps up to four dolls (dolls sold separately) and has a pop-up roof with two soft mesh hammocks, a kitchenette with lots of accessories, a Jacuzzi hot tub for kicking back after long days traveling and exploring, and a shower stall for cleaning up. There's even an adorable dog with his own doggie door and cozy doggie bed.

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Barbie Camper 2011
  • Ages: Three and up
  • Requires: Some adult assembly required
At a Glance:
  • Pre-assembled, fully furnished camper with plenty of room for dolls
  • Includes dog figure with dog bed
  • Jacuzzi for splashing fun
  • Fun kitchen accessories for imaginative play
  • Pop-up top with space for two hammocks
Barbie Camper 2011
The Barbie Camper 2011 comes fully furnished with hammocks and jacuzzi hot tub. View larger.
Barbie Camper 2011
A built-in bike rack lets you attach a bike (sold separately) to the rear of the camper.
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Go Camping with Barbie and Her Friends

Measuring approximately 22 by 12 inches (W x H), the Barbie camper has plenty of space to house several dolls and the dog plus the included furniture and accessories. Sturdy and durable, this camper comes pre-assembled with four wheels that roll smoothly on both carpet and floors. There's room for two dolls to be strapped in with plastic seat belts in the front and plenty of space inside the camper for Barbie's sisters and friends to hang out. Accessories include 11 kitchen pieces, 12 pieces of silverware, and a full sheet of stickers of things like food, placemats, wall clock, and a garbage can to give the camper a real-life feel.

Fully Furnished Camper with Fun Features

The top of the camper pops up via a large sliding button on the side to reveal space to hang two curtains trimmed with ribbon and the hammocks. Our testers loved the pretty pink and blue stripes and ribbons on the curtains--a nice, homey detail. There's also plenty of room for one doll to fit on each hammock without pulling them down off their rods and hooks. A built-in bike rack at the rear holds a bike (sold separately) when everyone's ready to get back on the road.

Another sliding side button lets you open the side door down to reveal a pink seat and mounted flat-screen TV. The back door swings open when pushed, but our testers found that it gets caught halfway around unless the toilet seat is lifted up. But once this door is opened, it reveals a hidden lavatory with standing shower stall.

Easy Assembly--No Tools or Batteries Required

Parents will need to help with initial assembly of the furniture as well as the hanging of the curtains and hammocks. Little hands may need assistance using the sliding buttons as well.

Building the kitchenette area is relatively easy thanks to a pre-assembled stove/oven unit and clear visual directions. No hardware or batteries are required. All ages are sure to love placing the decorative stickers in the camper; our testers appreciated the easy-to-follow numbered pictures of where to put what. Little ones can also learn the correct way to set a table by placing the plates, silverware, mugs, and water bottles in the right spot. The Jacuzzi pops onto the interior of the side door once it's opened and can be filled with water for splashing fun. When it's time to pack up, everything fits inside the camper for fast and easy cleanup.

What's in the Box

Pre-assembled camper, kitchenette, Jacuzzi tub, stickers, bag of silverware, bag of pots, cups, and plates, toilet lid, shower curtain, two hammocks, two hammock curtains, dog figure, dog bed, fold-out bed with blankets, kitchenette seat, tabletop, and instructions.

Barbie Camper 2011

Customer Reviews

This item is not made very well.
3Kgirls
The side of our camper falls down when pushing the camper around, the driver's seat/bed doesn't stay put as a driver's seat and falls down as a bed.
Kindle Customer
And this toy has become such a sweet part of her Barbie play time.
Danny Sumerlin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Redlipstick on November 14, 2011
This camper is so cute! My daughter received it for her birthday and hasn't stopped playing with it yet. She has the Glamour camper and we actually like this one better. The wheels actually roll so you can "drive it around", the hammock system is really cute and the whole idea of the sisters camping together is wonderful. Very pleased with this latest addition to the Barbie line!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mia360 on January 5, 2012
We received this as a gift for our 5 year old (and 6 year old by association). This is the biggest piece of crap we've ever had in our house and that's saying a lot considering all the crap toys out there (and in our house).

It seems you touch this thing and something falls off or breaks. My 5 year old really wants to play with it and has tried to on numerous occasions but after a while she gives up because it's always coming apart. It reminds me of the board game Mouse Trap--touch one little thing and it sets destruction in motion.

5 will take it for a spin around the house then have to stop and try to fix whatever broke.

The instructions to set it up aren't exactly helpful either and some of the furniture and the hide a bed are just plain flimsy.

Can't wait to take this thing to the range for target practice.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Joe Krajnc on December 25, 2011
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The dog door broke before I even got all the stickers on it. Nice engineering Mattel - two super thin plastic hinges aren't going to hold up to any type of play.

Update

Now that's it's finished, it's worse than I thought. The revolving back door is terribly sub-par. When the shower and toilet face the outside of the camper, the curtain rod will hit the exterior "C -pillar" when you attempt to spin it back. You have to manually pull the rod inwards towards the center of rotation. NOTE: the vertical panel which divides the shower and toilet appears to be the issue. This panel has an upper plastic snap which frequently dislodges from the center "hinge". This makes it hard to spin the door, which flexes the plastic enough that the shower rod pops out. I think I'll try some clear silicone to keep the panel attached to the hinge.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Danielle Hartz on January 12, 2012
I agree with all negative reviews posted thus far. This camper is poorly made, which makes it almost useless for my twin 5 year old daughters. It took my husband over 2 hours to put these toys together (yes, unfortunately we have two of these pieces of junk). One would think that with that amount of time vested the campers would stay together. That is not the case. The side panels come apart when the girls try to "drive" the campers. The side door becomes unhinged if the girls attempt to shut it without help from us. The what-appears-to-be-such-cute-accessories that are supposed to stay in place when the campers are in motion do not, in fact, stay in place, so the girls get frustrated when everything has shifted after the campers have been moved around. We have issues with the front seat of both campers; it does not even lock in place so whichever Barbie (or Ken) is driving usually ends up sideways. This does not go over well with my daughters. The hammock feature often jams when the girls try to open it, and getting it back into its little storage compartment on the top of the camper is no easy task.

Having been around toys now for the last almost 6 years, I give the thumbs-up to the ones that can withstand typical "playing" from the age of the child(ren) recommended by the manufacturer. This toy gets a big thumbs-down. Do not waste your money or your time on it. What is the most telling of all is when the girls say to me that the toymakers of this camper needs to go back to school and learn more so "they can fix" the multitude of problems and annoyances associated with this camper.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Christine J Higgins on December 28, 2011
My daughter was really looking forward to playing with this but lost interest in it after only a few minutes because it kept falling apart. It took a surprisingly long time to put together -maybe because it keeps falling apart; therefore you are reassembling the same sections over and over again. As soon as you snap a piece of flimsy plastic together, another piece falls off. The back of the camper is especially bad. The piece is supposed to swivel, but even with the most delicate and careful touch, it caves in or just falls off. The camper does not roll well (drags the ground), so I would suggest just playing with it in the "open" position only.

I had the 1970's Barbie motorhome and loved it! It was yellow (I didn't say it was perfect), huge, durable and provided countless hours of fun! It can still be found on auction sites for a couple of hundred dollars. Should have just gotten it for my daughter rather than this pink disappointment.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TammyO on December 27, 2011
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I'm so glad I got this for half price on Black Friday, because this is total junk. This was our first Barbie purchase, and it will be our last. These pieces will snap in half the first time my daughter looks at them the wrong way. I can't believe how flimsy this is, and the directions were horrible.... They don't tell you a thing about how to put it together. It even came with pieces already broken off. Horrible. Don't waste your money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By 3Kgirls on January 23, 2012
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I bought 2 of these for my daughters for Christmas. The first day, the camper wouldn't close. Since then, the plastics pieces that attach keep breaking. This item is not made very well. Both campers are doing the same thing!
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