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5.0 out of 5 stars Spectra Rocks!, August 9, 2011
= Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: Monster High Spectra Vondergeist Doll With Pet Ferret Rhuen (Toy)
I was leery of Spectra. Promo pictures never really sold me on the newest addition to the Monster High line. Since picking her up, however, she has quickly become one of my favorites!

Spectra, the daughter of a ghost, wears a funky hot pink/black/purple dress that really looks neat. The coolest trait about this doll is her see-through limbs. As you look further towards her feet (or top of boots, in this case) or between her elbow to the tips of her fingers, you'll notice her skin is see-through. The effect is *really* neat and done very, very well. Spectra photographs fantastically and looks great with Deuce and Holt. Spectra comes with her pet Ferret, as well as the standard comb, diary, accessory (purse), and stand.

My only problem with this doll is that her Ferret, Rhuen, can't stand on his own. He clasps on to Spectra fine, but he's too heavy to stand alone on his base. I only wish that they'd balanced him better b/c photo ops with the ferret would work better if he stood on his own. That being said, this is only a minor problem.

All in all, Spectra is a great addition to the Monster High line. If you're not sold on her based on promo shots, look for user photos. You won't be disappointed in her!
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Initial post: Dec 5, 2011 6:51:47 PM PST
I have the opposite problem with the ferret, it just falls off her shoulder (I don't see how it's even designed to stay without one of the clear rubberbands holding it on) and stands perfectly fine on its base. ^^;;
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