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Monster High Abbey Bominable Doll Daughter of the Yeti

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  • The ghouls from monster high are freakishly fabulous
  • Abbey Bominable is the daughter of the Yeti
  • Doll is fully articulated so she can be posed in many different ways
  • Includes doll, pet Wooly Mammoth Shiver, doll stand, brush, diary and accessory
  • Collection all your favorite monster high dolls
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Monster High Abbey Bominable Doll: The ghouls from Monster High are freakishly fabulous. The kids from Monster High are the coolest ghouls in school with their fashions, accessories and scary cute pets. And now there is a new ghoul at Monster High, Abbey Bominable who is making a scary good impression. Abbey Bominable is the daughter of the Yeti and an exchange student from up north. Abbey would be lost in the snow without her best friend and pet, Shiver a sweet and loyal Wooly Mammoth. Abbey Bominable doll is fully articulated so she can be posed in many different ways and includes pet Wooly Mammoth Shiver, doll stand, brush, diary and accessory. The teenage children of the legendary monster menaces have gathered together under one roof to attend high school at Monster High. These ghouls are wild, they're fierce and they're totally trendy. They've left their parents' outdated haunting habits behind to form a killer style all their own. When you see them you'll just have to gasp "Drop dead gorgeous". Collection all your favorite Monster High Dolls. Each doll sold separately.

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Monster High Abbey Bominable Doll: The ghouls from Monster High are freakishly fabulous. The kids from Monster High are the coolest ghouls in school with their fashions, accessories and scary cute pets. And now there is a new ghoul at Monster High, Abbey Bominable who is making a scary good impression. Abbey Bominable is the daughter of the Yeti and an exchange student from up north. Abbey would be lost in the snow without her best friend and pet, Shiver a sweet and loyal Wooly Mammoth. Abbey Bominable doll is fully articulated so she can be posed in many different ways and includes pet Wooly Mammoth Shiver, doll stand, brush, diary and accessory. The teenage children of the legendary monster menaces have gathered together under one roof to attend high school at Monster High. These ghouls are wild, they're fierce and they're totally trendy. They've left their parents' outdated haunting habits behind to form a killer style all their own. When you see them you'll just have to gasp "Drop dead gorgeous". Collection all your favorite Monster High Dolls. Each doll sold separately.

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Product Dimensions 9 x 2.8 x 13 inches
Item Weight 12 ounces
Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B0058NTJSI
Item model number V7988
Manufacturer recommended age 6 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #139,860 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#3,942 in Toys & Games > Dolls & Accessories > Dolls
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Abbey is yet another beautiful addition to the Monster High doll family. She is the daughter of a Yeti and she is a very unique looking doll. She has light blue, slightly glittery skin and white hair that has pink and blue streaks. She is dressed in furry boots and a matching hat and her dress has a white accent on the hemline. She is supposed to be from the freezing cold mountains in the Himalayas, so her tiny little dress probably would not be the warmest outfit...but the outfit is cute and fun and it is a toy so whatever. Her dress is on the short side but is still is in good taste. The jewelry on Abbey is especially cool, especially the necklace.

I was fortunate enough to find this doll when she first came out. I paid around 21 USA dollars for her at a store and that is a fair price for this toy. The 60-100$ that I am seeing the toy listed for is RIDICULOUS! This doll just came out in 2011. She isn't a collector's item and it is impossible for the toy to be worth that much this soon. Don't get me wrong, the toy is great but it simply IS NOT worth paying 4-5 times more than the doll should cost. The materials she is made of don't cost that much and she isn't all that rare. She can be found in stores but I had to look for her.

When I called Mattel they said the doll will be available in stores through 2012. More Abbey dolls supposedly come out in October 2011 and they will go for the suggested retail price. It took me three phone calls and two e-mails to simply get an answer from Mattel. Nobody seemed to know when the doll would be back in stock. This is one of THE WORST toy companies when it comes to customer service. They also must have a very poor marketing team, or a really slow factory.
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I recently stumbled onto an Abbey in a local store and was actually quite astonished to find her.

Abbey is a doll I initially had no interest in getting, but after seeing her, she really grew on me. She actually has a LOT of awesome details on her that are completely unique to her. She has "claw hands" (which were later introduced to Clawd and Clawdeen dolls) instead of the regular ones.

She has beautiful glittery skin. Every bit of Abbey's skin has glitter on it, which really makes her stand out, and shimmery.

Abbey has tusks instead of fangs, so they point the opposite direction (I think this is a cute touch, personally).

By far, one of the best things about Abbey is her absolutely beautiful hair. Her hair has a new iridescent sort of material which is very sparkly. It's not like the previously used (and typically disliked) tinsel in Cleo's hair, which breaks easily and is frustrating. The new shiny fiber seems very durable, and actually easily withstood me brushing it when I first deboxed the doll and had to straighten her unkempt hair.

This isn't seen on the doll or in any pics I've found so far, but Abbey actually is wearing very detailed snow boots underneath her legwarmers. The soles of her shoes even have treads on them, a very cute little touch.

The only negative thing about Abbey is because of her arm warmers, she can be a little difficult to pose-the arm warmers come up just past her elbows and this makes bending her arms largely impossible. It's really a small annoyance, but it is something some people may dislike. You can get around this if you fiddle with the arm warmers enough, but some people may find this forces her arms back into a down position.

All in all though, a very awesome doll and fairly unique with a lot of "new" features not previously seen on other dolls in the line. I personally really enjoy how creative Mattel is getting with these dolls.
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Be patient with buying one of these dolls---I found her at Target for only 20 dollars; so be sure to check your local stores. They seem to be just coming out slowly but in time there will be a lot. She is a wonderful doll and I am very pleased with her. I just wanted to let others know not to make the mistake I made with the original Goula we paid almost 40 dollars for her on-line, and now she is everywhere for only 20 dollars).
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I've finally unwrapped Abbey-First off, I really love these dolls. I think it's unfair to compare the durability of these dolls to say, Barbie dolls, because Barbies are designed to go through EVERYTHING. Hence Barbies have comparatively poor articulation in the joints, and are a veritable NIGHTMARE to dress. When I was a child, if there was any articulation at ALL, it was a knee-joint that bent the leg 10 degrees. So... although these dolls' limbs can get snapped out of their joints when they get twisted violently (and even my Cleo Dead-Tired doll is starting to get a loose knee-joint), I gotta say, Barbie has nothing on the articulation (posing!)

This doll certainly isn't any better built than other Monster High dolls, and doesn't have a lot of extras to justify the cost, but all Monster High dolls with the "original" outfits from the webisodes are more expensive than the offshoots (like the Gloom Beach, Dead-Tired, High School dolls). The "Skull Shores" version of Abbey coming out next year seems to be just as cute (and at least the pictures make her look like she has a better paint job), but I really wanted the winter clothes with this version.

Like another reviewer mentioned, I appreciate they left the tinsel out of her hair, instead she's rooted with some sort of crimped sparkley thread which combs as easily as the rest of her hair, and her hair is as soft as Frankie's white hair (thank goodness they didn't give her Lagoona's bleached blond hair, it tends to rat).

The glitter is cool on her body, and it could come off, (it's rubbed off on parts of her arms) but it's really the same kind of paint as what is used on other dolls' eyeshadow so I'm not too concerned.
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