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Bratzillaz Switch-A-Witch Doll


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  • Create your own wickedly stylish witch
  • Switch and swap body parts and accessories
  • Includes 2 complete dolls with their own sets of interchangeable hats, wigs, heads, bodies, arms, legs, shoes and outfits
  • Each doll has her own fashions
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2 x 11.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00B1MMYPU
  • Item model number: 518068
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 10 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,169 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Your Bratz fan will love this Switch-a-Witch doll maker. It includes 2 complete dolls with their own sets of interchangeable hats, wigs, heads, bodies, arms, legs, shoes and outfits. Switch and swap body parts to create a Bratzillaz witch. Mix and match their fashions and accessories to create a wickedly stylish witch..

From the Manufacturer

Which witch is switched? All of them. Mix and match to create your own crazy Bratzillaz witch. Create your own wickedly stylish witch.

Customer Reviews

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The dolls look like they are at the carnival and they are having a lot of fun and fun to play with.
Breaks
Mostly Monster High,I had a real dislike for the Bratz doll ,still do,but the Bratzilla dolls seem different looking to me.
anthony
I hope this helped you decide whether or not this is something you want to buy for yourself or a child you love.
L. Clark

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Writer With Guts on April 12, 2013
Very nice alternative to the M.H. Create A Monster dolls. Quality of doll body is so much better and stronger made. Doll is taller than M.H. too. Clothes are plain and simple, but made better than CAM's clothes. PLUS you get TWO WIGS with the Switch A Witch! And they put to shame the shabby things Mattel calls wigs, in their CAM doll sets. I have both Switch A Witch and the Create A Monster dolls and both are very different and it's nice to have both, because of this. Although, that said, Mattel's doll body quality is poor as far as durability. I don't see how any child under 8 could enjoy the dolls without breaking a limb attachment peg, losing the tiny hands and being unable to get the shoes off without assistance. As an adult, I have trouble getting those darn tight shoes off myself. The Switch a Witch is a bit stronger, in my opinion and I am a doll artist and collector. The CAM girl doll parts are just too fragile and tiny.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By tspeecestudios on September 2, 2013
Good news for those of you who found the pink/green head on the black/white torso jarring; the heads come off with very little effort. Instead of a Y or V-shaped anchor, there's just a round peg and once the head is affixed (or re-affixed), there's absolutely no loss of mobility and no loosening of the neck joint (unless you were impatient and ripped it off instead of popped). The heads are too big for the CAM wigs--which isn't sad because anybody who has one knows those wigs suck--but the Bratzillaz can share wigs with both Liv and Moxie Teenz with no real problems. The wig cap for Liv CAN sit a little low or high on the Bratzillaz head (depending on its style), while the Moxie Teenz wigs are pretty much a dream fit; just in case the dual-toned head pieces aren't your taste.

The only truly odd thing about this Switch-a-Witch set is that the legs do not match up; by which I mean the black/white combination is considerably longer than the pink/green, which can make swapping them around a little awkward. But if you're keeping pink and greens with pink and greens, then there's no problem; you'll just have on 2-toned which who's a little shorter than the other.

Included clothing isn't anything to be dazzled by, but the quality isn't a miserable wreck like in a CAM pack--the black/white outfit is a little tight on the pink/green torso, but not enough so that it's impossible to swap the outfits around. So really what you're left with is a pseudo-copycat product that outshines the original (I'm sorry but the shortcomings of the CAM are just inexcusable at this point in production).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anja on December 19, 2013
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Hmm... one person keeps saying the identical thing about the Bratzillaz dolls; that they are cheap copies of "another company's brand". I bought some of both and found the Bratzillaz to be much better quality, prettier and overall much better proportioned that the other brand, being Mattel. As a matter of fact, talking about copying another brand, the truth is that the woman who was credited with "creating" Barbie actually saw a doll a German man had made in the 50's, bought one then had it copied in Japan and produced there also. So the other company, or the woman who stole and Mattel who "inherited" and marketed this stolen doll where the real copiers, not whoever is making the Bratz and/or Bratzillaz dolls. By the way, this man had no power and Mattel was totally ignoring him, but much later had to acknowledge some facts and had to pay this old man a pittance whereas they made millions. These are facts. I'm telling this story because one person keeps saying that the makers of Bratzillaz dolls are "copying" another well known brand and calling it "TYPICAL MGA CRAP"!! Hmm... wonder why?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Clark on November 6, 2013
*Please ignore the educational value, I don't happen to think fashion dolls are very educational. But I accidentally clicked on one of the stars and you can't remove all the stars once you've click on it.*

I bought this when it was on clearance at a local store, so I thought I'd try it. I really like it.

First off, let's start with the cons.

CON:

1. Clothes don't meet as in they expose the belly. And they end way above the knee. This may not be a big deal to you, but it's something I don't like.
2. No Stands. Unlike the Monster High Create a Monster 'starter' sets, these dolls do not come with even one stand.
3. While it comes with two bracelets they are black and white, so they only really match the black and white outfit.
4. Wigs come off easily.

PRO:

1. Two full hair wigs. Unlike the original Monster High Create a Monster 'starter' sets that only had one wig and the new 'starter' sets that have one hair and one moulded wig this comes with two wigs of soft hair.
2. No pegs to attach the wigs. You just push the wig on the head. It goes on super easily. Unfortunately it comes off easy too. No pegs also means that you can put the wigs on anyway you want, as opposed to other wigged dolls that the wigs only fit on in one to two ways, one of which usually doesn't look good.
3. On the other hand when you are putting these dolls together you don't feel so worried about breaking the Arm, hands and leg pegs like you do with the Monster High Create a Monster dolls. I haven't had one break yet and I've taken them apart like 5 times. I've had three or four Monster High Create a Monster pegs break and most of them have only been taken apart twice.
4. Two sets of shoes. This is great.
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