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Barbie Pink Glamour Camper

by Mattel

Price: $154.95 + $8.99 shipping
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  • Set out for on-the-road camping adventures, Barbie Style!
  • Signature details like a pink pop-out tent with glam chandelier
  • Sleep under the stars in the super-cool sleeping bag and fold-out bed
  • Sound features include music, sizzling cooking, flushing toilet and chirping crickets.
  • Camper moves on four wheels, folds out for fun and folds up for self-contained play!
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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 ; 8.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001XP395E
  • Item model number: P3599
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 10 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,729 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Important Information

Safety Warning
WARNING:CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts Not for children under 3 years

Product Description

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Hit the open road and get ready for an adventure-filled camping trip in Barbie's Pink Glamour Camper. Outfitted with a pop-out tent, appliances that make sounds, and over 30 accessories, the camper will have your child and Barbie feeling comfortable in their new home away from home. Designed for ages three and up, the Glamour Camper provides interactive and role-playing opportunities for the Barbie lover in your home.

At a Glance
    Ages: 3+

    Requires:
  • 3 "AAA" Batteries (not included)
  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Some adult assembly
What We Think

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The Good: The Glamour Camper folds out for adventures and folds back in for easy storage.

The Challenging: Some adult assembly required.

In a Nutshell: A fun, interactive RV for Barbie and her friends to take camping.


Take Barbie on the road with this accessory-filled Glamour Camper. View larger.

Camping in Style
The Glamour Camper has many accessories and features including: a fold-out bed, big-screen TV, a campfire with "ready-to-roast" marshmallows, and fancy chandeliers. There are even seat belts for when Barbie is driving on her adventure. Besides all of the "glamorous" details and accessories, the RV itself can roll around the house, easily folds out on each side, and just as easily folds back up for self-contained play or accessory storage.

The RV also includes sound features -- you can hear the toilet flush, the radio plays music and crickets chirping, and your food will sizzle on the stove after pushing on the burner.

One thing to keep in mind: with all of the accessories and extras, an adult should be in charge of the RV's assembly.

Hours of Interactive, Role-playing Fun
The Glamour Camper is an excellent play-set for a camping adventure with Barbie. Open up the RV to cook over the campfire and sleep in the cozy sleeping bag under the stars, or close the RV up and watch a movie on the big-screen TV with Barbie and her friends. Your child will enjoy hanging out with Barbie in the full-sized kitchen or under the luxurious pop-out tent. The Glamour Camper will keep her busy for hours providing interactive, role-playing fun with Barbie and all her friends.

What's in the Box
Barbie Glamour Camper, camper stickers, and over 30 accessories. (Batteries not included.)



The camper features a signature pink, Barbie paint job and has over 30 accessories. View larger.

Product Description

Mattel Barbie Glamour Camper

Set out for on-the-road camping adventures, Barbie®-style, with signature details like a pink pop-out tent with glam chandelier, full size kitchen and luxurious bathroom with “flushing” commode! Revel in the outdoors with a campfire to “roast” marshmallows, sleep under the stars in the super-cool sleeping bag and fold-out bed. Sound features include music, sizzling cooking, flushing toilet and chirping crickets.

Camper moves on four wheels, folds out for fun and folds up for self-contained play!

  • For Ages: 3 and over.
     

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Overall, the camper was well received.
Kimberly
Who designed a Barbie camper where the wheels aren't low enough to really roll across the floor (carpet or hard flooring)?
M. Firlie
It doesn't close properly so it opens when you move it and all the teeny tiny pieces fall all over the floor.
mother

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By OldschoolEl on December 31, 2009
Does she love it? yes. Easy to assemble? yes. Does it really roll? Well, uh, yes and no. My complaint is that it rolls as long as you don't have carpet/ area rug to push it on. It's a low- rider. And the side panel that opens out will not completely shut (opposite the 'tent' pop-out), therefore, it comes apart while the child drags it across the floor. So, I had to teach her to push it while holding that panel closed- sort of hard for a 5 year-old to do consistantly. I had Barbie and her accessories as a child and my complaint on the whole to Mattel would be- Why can't you make'em like you did 30 years ago? The quality with all the 'new' Barbie items just isn't there. My best advise is to spend your $70 bucks at EBAY on the 1972 version of this.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By KS on December 29, 2009
I was very disappointed in this camper. I had the original orange one as a child and I played with it outside in the yard with my dolls. This new one doesn't roll because the wheels are not large enough. My daughter has to push it across the floor! The box claims "Wheels really roll" but they don't. Very disappointed, I contacted Mattel and they said they'd mail me $3 voucher for my problem. Not much consolation for a $70 toy that is poorly designed.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Firlie on January 3, 2010
My 6 year old wanted the Barbie camper because she plays with my old one when she visits her grandma. I thought it would be a nice addition and although she is happy to have it and likes the fact it has sounds, she was complaining in the first 5 minutes that the wheels don't work. Who designed a Barbie camper where the wheels aren't low enough to really roll across the floor (carpet or hard flooring)? And I agree with the other comments that the sides don't stay shut when you try to move it and the only storage space for the utensils/plates flies open all the time. It really is cheaply made. I think Mattel needs to do some serious design and quality control with its manufacturing plants. We also have the Barbie with the hair coloring and it is horrible quality. My girls still love to play with them and some of them are good like the John Deere Barbie...and I will say the Diamond Castle was well done when we bought that but the products are not consistently good like they were years ago.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By K. Lawrence on March 17, 2010
My daughter received this toy for Christmas. Because of it price it was her big present. The toy did not last until the end of the Christmas break. The canopy snapped off and was unable to be repaired. My daughter is four and very careful with her toys. The design of the canopy makes it very difficult to close for small hands. It also does not have any supports to hold it up therefore it sags. I would not recommend that anyone buy this toy. It will be a disappointment to your child.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By mother on January 7, 2010
All my 8 twin girls wanted for Christmas was this camper. I searched and searched for it and eventually paid an outrageous price for it. It was all worth it though to see their faces on Christmas morning when they saw it under the tree. However, the joy was short lived as the camper was a huge disappointment. It is SO cheaply made, the wheels don't roll so it has to be dragged across the floor. It doesn't close properly so it opens when you move it and all the teeny tiny pieces fall all over the floor. My girls played with it for half an hour but got so frustrated with it they put it aside and it remains in the place they left it on Christmas morning. I know they are so disappointed with this cheap product but it's nothing compared to the disappointment I feel. Mattel should be ashamed of itself. It's the same with the barbies - the legs, arms, heads fall off in no time. They also got one of the 3 musketeers barbies and the wand broke taking it out of the package!! Step up Mattel - think of the children!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NovemberMom on November 6, 2010
I bought this van for my girls ages 3 & 7 for their birthday last year and they are still not sick of this toy a year later. The van does come with a lot of small parts but my girls took them out and just play with the van. When other kids (even BOYS!) come over it's one of the first things they play with.
We have had no problems with the van falling apart, it is very durable. I just bought them the Barbie Jet for Christmas and hope we have the same luck as we have had with the van. My girls would give this van an A+... not a day goes by without them playing with it.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Honora Frankel on December 28, 2009
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We purchased this Barbie Camper for our 5 year old daughter. As a child, I had the original one which was introduced in 1972.It was quite durable and in fact, my kids still play with it! I was hoping this new model would be a great substitute for mine.. which is now quite shabby.

I was so disappointed in this new camper. It is so flimsy and cheaply made. It is basically a million little plastic parts that un- attach with the slightest pressure. This toy will never hold to repeated play. I wish we had bought something else as this will end up in the trash bin before long.

Waste of money!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Firstnationalbankomaha on September 18, 2010
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My Granddaughter loves this toy. Slightly annoying to have to place all the stickers on the camper. But she's well worth the effort. ;-)
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