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Pop On Pals - Amusement Park

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  • Includes 1 Pal, 3 Pop-On Mix n' Match Amusement Park-Themed Rings, 1 Amusement Park
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Product Description

Take your Pals to the best Amusement Park ever! Play games and go on rides! Watch and hear the Park come to life with lights, sounds, music and more!

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Take your Pals to the best Amusement Park ever. Play games and go on rides. Watch and hear the Park come to life with lights, sounds, music and more.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 7 x 15.1 inches ; 4.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003GF1DVQ
  • Item model number: 20027877
  • Our recommended age: 24 months and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #370,621 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By lainibug VINE VOICE on December 13, 2010
My overall impression of this playset is that it's fairly low quality and certainly seems more cheaply made than its original suggested price would seem to warrant. The biggest example is that the roller coaster doesn't fit on the track well - children in the suggested age range will have trouble with it - and at best it flies off the end of the track with the toy passenger shooting out of the car. The additional arms that fit on the man seem like a cute idea, but don't add much and will be easy to loose.

My second major complaint is that this toy does a few specific things and there's little room for improvising creative play beyond that. One thing that would have helped would have been the inclusion of more characters (there's only one, despite two being pictured!) Presumably they want you to buy more separately, but nothing about this really inspires me to spend the additional money.

After these negatives, I'm giving it three stars because the 15-month-old (below suggested age range) and 3-year-old who have played with it liked it better than I thought they might. The 3YO figured out that our Fisher Price Little People fit in the set fairly well, and using them together added a lot more possibilities for fun. The 1YO seems mainly drawn to the fact that he can activate the music by doing different things.

If your child really has their heart set on this, I have no huge cautions. Many children will probably enjoy it, though I'm not sure for how long. It certainly doesn't seem worth the "suggested price" but if you're getting it for much less then it comes closer to being reasonable. My conclusion is that after this first experience with Pop on Pals, we'll likely stick to Little People for future similar purchases.

I do need to disclose that I received mine for free in order to review it as part of the Amazon Vine program. The page has been moved so that my review with the Vine tag did not appear.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By plyopowerd on December 16, 2010
While the idea behind Pop On Pals is a good one, the product is low quality, like something you'd get at a flea market. One problem is that the Pal (only one comes with the set) is top-heavy, causing the roller coaster car to fall off to the side or Pal to go flying out of the ferris wheel. If this was a real amusement park, the safety inspector would shut it down in an instant! Another problem is that when Pal is wearing two of the three rings it comes with (there are two different "arms" rings and one "shirt" ring that goes on below the arm ring) you can't snap it all the way into the roller coaster. The base of the Pal moves in and out, but it's hard to figure out why; it doesn't jump, or anything.

Everything, from the lever and switch that either turns the ferris wheel or swings the dragon boat, to the pop-on rings, feels stiff and cheap, rather than easy for little fingers to manipulate. And the music consists of the same 12 notes over and over, guaranteed to make you confess anything. Unfortunately the price isn't cheap.

Unless the list price is drastically cut, forget this shoddy imitation and go with the original Fisher Price Little People instead. They're time-tested and last through multiple kids if not multiple generations.

(I received this toy free through the Vine program, but the page that this review was posted on, is no longer available)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By rhaugen on December 25, 2010
The car goes down the roller coaster and either shoots off across the room or goes head over heels. The car is difficult to get onto the tracks. There is a lever under the roller coaster to shift back and forth to activate either the ferris wheel or gondola depending on which way the lever points, and neither part (the ferris wheel or gondola) work well. It's like some gears are stripped. Sometimes pushing the figure down makes it work, sometimes it doesn't. My son does like putting the figure into the holes and pushing down to make things happen, but if you put the arms or pants on the figure it is too tall and easily falls off and changes how well the actions work. Very disappointing, MAYBE worth the current sale price, maybe not. I wish I'd bought one of the new Weebles sets instead.
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By Creative Gal on June 17, 2011
The "Developmental Check List" this product packaging advertises says that it promotes "imaginative play & creativity, fine motor skills/dexterity, and social play." I question all of those claims. As a music person and art teacher who's always on the lookout to encourage creativity in my students and my son, I find no creative outlet in this toy. My 2-year-old son received this from a relative for his birthday. When I first took it out of the packaging, he was all excited, as was I, about the new toy with all the motion and potential sounds. We were also wondering what the "pop" was all about on the (one and only included) pop on pal. Well, my son and I soon discovered that there's only one song that plays, for only a few seconds, and only when you either push the gondola swing or rotate the ferris wheel. My 2-year-old was crying in only a matter of minutes, because he wanted the music to continue, but it ended too soon and he couldn't figure out that he had to push the gondola ALL the way in one direction in order for it to play again. So we spent the first few minutes diffusing a break-down as I demonstrated how to get this to work for him. He quickly became bored (not soon after I did!) with the ONE pop-on pal girl that came with the toy. The separate rings (arms, clothes) are a waste. They'll be lost in a day if I leave them to him, and they actually prevent the pal from staying in some parts of the toy. What a pointless piece of plastic those are! As for the popping... what exactly is the point? Has anyone figured that out? It doesn't even stay down or jump up... I thought we were doing something wrong, but again it really seems to have no purpose. Anyway, since we got bored, we gathered up all his little people and added them to the rides to make it a little more interesting.Read more ›
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