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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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The fashion world has gone digital. Always on top of the latest styles and techie trends, Barbie doll shows off her fabulous Digital Dress, which lets girls enjoy tons of interactive fashion fun. Customize Barbie doll’s light-up dress with three different modes, including designs that respond to music beats. Totally rockin’!
With the swipe of a finger or the provided stylus, you can scroll through 15 preset animated designs in multiple colors. Patterns include the Barbie logo, hearts, chevrons, polka dots, plaid, checkers, fireworks, and stripes. Once you find your favorite, freeze the look on the front of Barbie doll’s dress.
Want to play fashion designer? Use your finger or the stylus to create original multicolored graphics you can animate and save to the doll. Girls can save more than 40 custom designs! Make Barbie doll’s dress come to life with Sound Mode. Choose a preset animation or your own design and then play an awesome tune to see the graphics move to the beat. They’ll even respond to your voice. Sound Mode is perfect for playing out Barbie doll as a popstar and wowing the crowd with her light-up looks. The story possibilities are endless. To expand the playtime for your digital diva, also check out Barbie Digital Makeover (sold separately). A girl can transform her iPad (not included) into a digital mirror by sliding it into the vanity frame. Then she can do virtual, makeup-free makeovers. These are the perfect gifts for every cool-and-connected techie girl.
Love this doll and my 5 year old granddaughter was excited to get her..Published 1 month ago by Sharon D. Blackwell
My granddaughter loved it, she was mesmerized by the digital designs.Published 1 month ago by love to shop
Doll is ok kind of clunky not fun to play with because you can't redress herPublished 2 months ago by Katherine Ann Driscoll-Pelley