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Playmobil History Roman Warriors’ Ship review

Playmobil History Roman Warriors' Ship review

We’ve been a #PlaymobilPlayologist family for the past few years so we are a little sad to be bringing you our final Playmobil review today. Playmobil is a top manufacturer within preschool toys and we’ve really enjoyed working with them. Our final toy was the Roman Warriors’ Ship from the Playmobil History range.

Playmobil History Roman Warriors' Ship review

I studied Ancient History at University so I was very excited when I heard about this new range. The Playmobil History range covers the Romans and Egyptians, and includes Pharoah’s Pyramid, an Egyptian chariot, an Egyptian House, a Gladiator Arena Starter Set as well as lots of figures. I’m glad these weren’t around then as I can imagine we could have had loads of fun recreating historical events with them all.

Take a look at this fun film – the Curse of the Pharoahs

The Roman Warriors’ Ship (5390) comes in a large box and requires a little building. I have clearly still not learned this as I gave it to the children and then had to help them build it! My 7 year old helped and was able to put most of the pieces together with a little help from me. There is also a sheet of stickers to apply.

Playmobil History Roman Warriors' Ship review

Inside the box you will find a galley ship with a number of accessories as well as 3 figures.. The ship floats and can be upgraded with the Underwater motor (item 7350 or RC motor 5536). We have an underwater motor for one of our other Playmobil boats so I can imagine we will be putting this in the bath soon.

Playmobil History Roman Warriors' Ship review

My children have been having lots of fun with this ship. They have watched the film a few times which has really inspired their play. They have also involved some of their other Playmobil sets.

The Playmobil Roman Warriors’ Ship costs £34.99 and is available from the Playmobil website and all good toy shops.

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  • Reply
    Purely Amy
    March 30, 2017 at 12:12 pm

    What a brilliantly interactive toy!! I know toys can clutter up a home but when you have something so fun it’s easy to throw away your smaller toys too. looks fun!

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    March 30, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    I loved playmobil when I was younger and all my siblings played with it too, it’s so good for kids, love their toys!

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    Ickle Pickle
    March 30, 2017 at 7:49 pm

    Pickle had this too and he loves it! Playmobil have such fantastic toys. Kaz

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    March 30, 2017 at 8:23 pm

    What an amazing toy and how much fun an adventures must the kids have! Playmobil have cracked it again x

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    March 31, 2017 at 2:18 am

    I remember this or something similar from when I was a kid. We spent hours playing with it and making up stories to go with the people.

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    Zena's Suitcase
    April 1, 2017 at 9:19 pm

    We love Playmobil, and this sounds like a great toy from their range. Toys for the imagination aren’t they

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