Easter playing Playmobil Playologist toy review

Easter treats from Playmobil

It’s been a while since I posted anything Playmobil related. You may remember we’re Playmobil Playologists which means we get to share Playmobil news here with you.

As part of our partnership with Playmobil we were sent two of this year’s Easter treats from Playmobil. I know Easter is a few weeks off but yesterday my children opened them. For some reason the toy inside each egg is illustrated on the packaging which totally ruins the surprise. This is the only thing I think could be improved.

Big Brother received a red egg from the Playmobil Pirates range (4942), Little Sis received a blue egg from the Playmobil Country range (4943).

Playmobil Easter egg toy

Both eggs are suitable for ages 3-10 and contain a stand alone toy. Big Brother was egg-cited (sorry!) to receive a Pirate Captain, boat and treasure. He was able to follow the instructions and put the whole thing together for the first time which we were both pleased with.

Playmobil Pirate

Little Sis loves her Playmobil boy with children’s tractor. The tractor is functional, just like a big one: with removable trailer, tiltable charging bay and movable lifting arm and shovel. It even comes with some vegetables! Both toys stand alone but are easily absorbed into our Playmobil collection for lots more extended play.

Playmobil tractor boy

This year there are 4 eggs in the Easter range to collect. They are all priced at £6.99 which is fantastic value for a little Easter treat. You can use the plastic eggs to store all the pieces or use them as money boxes as they have a handy coin slot in the base.

You may also be interested in our other Playmobil posts:

Playmobil 6781 123 Wading set

DIY Playmobil clock

Playmobil jar topper

Playmobil Pirates Treasure Cove advent calendar

Playmobil 123 Meadow Path and Park Playground

Playmobil police truck, speed boat with motor and trailer

Playmobil Easter eggs

Playmobil 40th birthday party

Playmobil Great Asian Castle review

Official Playmobil Annual 2015

Playmobil Santa’s Workshop Advent Calendar


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    February 27, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    I do love this idea, I great alternative for a child who receives too much chocolate!

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    Michelle Murray
    February 28, 2015 at 9:41 pm

    aww I love playmobil and i can’t wait for little J to be old enough

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