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1.0 out of 5 stars Kristoff from Disney, "Frozen" Movie, October 6, 2013
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This review is from: Disney Frozen Sparkle Kristoff Doll (Toy)
Kristoff's upper body has clothes that are painted on, instead of natural arms which a child can re-dress.....(something that children love to do) When doll is undressed he has painted arms. If your child loves these characters and plays with them, buy them from the, " Disney store", (cost a few dollars more but worth it) for much better quality thus more fun for the children. My child and I received the, "Anna" and "Elsa", dolls from Amazon (which is my biggest supplier) and the whole upper bodies are painted with rubber paint. My 4 yr. old didn't want then. She noticed right away that the clothes could not come off as she looked in the box. The dolls are beautiful but they are DRESSED CHEAPLY! She said ,"I don't like them now". She is 4. She loves to re-dress Barbie's and baby dolls.She wanted to do the same with this collection.

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Initial post: Dec 4, 2013 7:56:23 PM PST
C. Singh says:
You are better off buying these frozen dolls from the Disney Store online and in stores. They have way better quality, but price may be a little higher.GL.

Posted on Jan 15, 2014 9:12:02 AM PST
Amber L.T . says:
There are different types of Frozen dolls, these ones, the "sparkle" ones, are less expensive and have painted on arms. There is a collection called "classic" that has regular clothes; a set of "color change" and a musical set. You can get any of those from Amazon.

Posted on Mar 9, 2014 11:23:32 AM PDT
I honestly prefer these types of painted arms. So many kids these days are exposed to so much and can be perverted, which is why I think they did it that way. Plus lets face it, the clothes always end up lost within two years anyway.

Posted on Apr 10, 2014 9:20:31 PM PDT
Candee says:
I actually like the sparkle dolls better I bought this for my son so he can care less if the clothes are painted on. This doll is made by mattel NOT Disney. The Disney Store dolls are pretty nonexistent at this point so this is a cheaper and better alternative. I bought this doll for $17.00 last week please do not pay a penny more. Let these scammers go out of business..stop overpaying for this stuff..our kids don't NEED the toy.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 2, 2014 6:44:56 AM PDT
C. Ferguson says:
This doll is extremely high quality. Amazon caught some people selling knock-offs and it disrupted the market. Problem is fixed now.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 18, 2014 6:54:09 PM PDT
Sara says:
You can also just use nail polish and paint "swimsuits" on the classic dolls. Solves the problem of letting the kids dress them up however they want and still keep the dolls "clothed". I understand your point though =). It drove me crazy to have naked barbies everywhere (why do kids always rip off the clothes as soon as the get them??) so a friend told me the nail polish idea and voila! We are all happy.

Posted on Jul 28, 2015 5:51:40 AM PDT
Kate McCrae says:
None of Mattel's Kristoff Bjorgman (Yes, that's his last name) dolls have removable pants, BUT the Kristoff that arrives with Anna in the Anna & Kristoff set (available here in TWO versions, the second of which is newer, and which features Anna with a toothpaste grin) has a removable SHIRT, and no hat, so he's much more like the "dress-and-re-dress" dolls that children love.

I think that Mattel may have made these new Disney hero dolls (Yes, sadly, everyone from Prince Charming to Prince Eric to Flynn Rider) with molded pants for a few reasons (Fewer lost clothing pieces around the house, cheaper to make, fewer chances for "inappropriate love scenes" between dolls...as though some kids of today won't play that way ANYWAY...because, duh, they're KIDS, and they're curious! LOL!)

I tend to like the Mattel dolls, but even I wish that Kristoff's cool pants were removable. He might want to change his clothes every so often, right...or take a bath?
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