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Barbie Pop-Up Camper Vehicle
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- When Barbie hits the road in this camper, anything is possible -- because this RV offers more than meets the eye!
- Lift the handle to transform the glam vehicle into a three-story play set with all kinds of possibilities for outdoor camping adventures
- Convert the front cab into a bathroom -- remove the chairs to reveal a toilet underneath and flip the steering wheel to turn it into a sink
- Transform the back of the cab by flipping over the spare tire cover to reveal a fire pit and opening the back door to create a kitchen complete with fridge, sink, oven and stove
- Pull out the swimming pool from the bottom of the camper and connect it to the slide that starts on the second floor to make a splash
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From the manufacturer
Camper Transforms into 3-Story Camp Site!
This camper defines glamping! Who wouldn’t want to head off into adventure in this fabulous vehicle that transforms from luxe RV to glam three-story campsite? It’s featured in the movie Barbie & Her Sisters in the Great Puppy Adventure, but imagination really gets things rolling. On the road, it’s a classic camper vehicle with Barbie signature style -- pink with a stripe, silvery rims and Barbie logo. But pull over, lift the handle and open to set up camp for the night -- turn sections of the vehicle into different camping rooms, like a kitchen, bathroom and living room, with ease. There’s even a pool and slide! It’s perfect for exploring adventurous tales, glamorous story lines and spectacular social scenes.
The Glamping Experience
To get glamping, open the door at the front of the cab and remove the two passenger seats -- that double as chairs -- to reveal the toilet; then flip the steering wheel over to turn it into a sink. Slots in the door and cab hold bathroom supplies like a towel, toothpaste and toothbrush in place. Open the door at the back of the camper to reveal the kitchen. A fridge, sink, oven and stove ensure meals are home-cooked, even on the road! Food accessories (like a carton of eggs and a juice bottle) and cookware (a frying pan and spatula) really get things cooking. Cool things down in the pool -- pull it out from the bottom of the camper and connect it to the slide that folds down from the roof of the camper to take a dip.
Rooms Full of Fun!
For classic camper play, there’s also a bedroom, living room, dining area and fire pit. The body of the cab holds the sleeping quarters -- a bed (with soft blanket) and printed fabric hammock mean all four sisters have a cozy spot to sleep. As the handle is lifted up, it creates two additional rooms. The second-story living room is a perfect spot to hang the chandelier, set up the sofa, kick back and relax while watching “TV.” The third story deck is tops for dining with a view; a table and the two chairs fit perfectly. Grab dessert by the fire pit, created by flipping the spare tire cover, and roast marshmallows; four roasting sticks with marshmallows -- that fit on dolls’ hands -- are included.
What’s in the Box?
Camper includes transforming features, swimming pool with slide, sofa, bed, blanket, table, two chairs (with removable seat belts), tire cover/fire pit-campfire, roasting sticks with marshmallows, popcorn in bowl, juice bottle, egg carton, milk carton, frying pan, spatula, soap bottle, toothpaste, toothbrush, towel, plates, cups and two bed pillows; dolls not included. Colors and decorations may vary.
Driving into Adventure
Additional accessories, like place settings and bed pillows add realism and fun to traditional play. Plus, the transforming features and glam touches make for modern twists. Kids will love exploring the world in this camper and glamping it up in style!
When Barbie doll (sold separately) hits the road in this camper, anything is possible -- because this RV offers more than meets the eye! When road-ready, it's a glam vehicle with signature style and two seats upfront (with seatbelts, of course!) -- but lift the handle and it pops up to transform the camper into a three-story play set with all kinds of possibilities for an amazing outdoor camping adventure! Plus, the transformation doesn't stop there with even more play spaces for even more storytelling possibilities! Convert the front cab into a bathroom -- remove the chairs to reveal a toilet underneath and flip the steering wheel to turn it into a sink. Transform the back of the cab by flipping over the spare tire cover to reveal a fire pit and opening the back door to reveal a kitchen complete with fridge, sink, oven and stove that lets girls' imaginations really get cooking! The center room has a double bed with hammock hanging above, perfect for a quick nap after a fun camping adventure! Slide the pool out from the bottom of the camper and connect it to the slide that starts on the second floor. Barbie doll can slide down from the second-story living room (featuring a couch, TV and glam chandelier) to make a splash at a fun campsite pool party. On the third floor, girls can set up the dining table and chairs for meals under the stars or a fancy picnic under the sun.
Top customer reviews
First, it's painful to assemble (tons of little pieces and stickers) but I imagined that. Second, once you assemble it, pieces fall off (the rear view mirrors, the back door, the spare tire). Finally, the mechanism to "pop-up" the camper and open it is very hard to manage and my daughter needs my help to get it open.
I definitely want to stress that my daughter (and 18 month old son who sneaks in to play with it as well) could care less about the problems I mentioned but, being that this is a $70 toy, I definitely wanted to mention them.
Would buy again but it is in need of a few improvements IMO.
It's a bit flimsy, although my little daughter (3) uses it as a step stool, when I don't watch her. We have carpet in the play area and the rear door won't stay close when the girls push it. In addition the front door comes off easily, but it's as easy to be put back on (my 5 year old can do it).
On the other hand, pulling out or in the TV room/slide compartment isn't too easy. My older daughter sometimes needs help with it.