Microwarmer Dinosaur Soft Toys Reviewed

Microwarmer Dinosaur Soft Toys Reviewed

Lots of children like dinosaurs and prehistoric animals and things like a Stegosaurus or a T. rex soft toy are very popular. This new range of soft toys are also supplied with a special bag that once placed in the microwave and warmed up, can then be put back into the soft toy to make a very warm and cosy bedtime buddy.

Plush for the Microwave

There are three different prehistoric animals in the series. Each one comes with a canvas bag that is filled with linseed. This bag can be popped into the microwave oven to warm up and then it can be inserted into a pocket in the dinosaur’s tummy, to turn this soft toy into the equivalent of a hot water bottle. We found that the bags stayed warm for quite a long time and this had the result of making the plush dinosaur act like a radiator providing lots of warmth, ideal for a chilly night and much less fuss and worry than a hot water bottle.

Triceratops, Stegosaurus and Tyrannosaurus rex

There are three different dinosaurs to choice from. The Triceratops is light blue and cream coloured, the predominant colours of the Stegosaurus are brown and green and the T. rex is coloured a sandy hue with splashes of red. The soft toys are well made and having checked the stitching we could not find any loose threads or signs of poor workmanship on any of the ones we examined. Triceratops and Stegosaurus were plant-eating dinosaurs (herbivores). They both lived in North America, during the age of the dinosaurs, but Triceratops lived in the Late Cretaceous whilst Stegosaurus lived during the Jurassic geological period. The Tyrannosaurus rex is the only carnivore in the set. This big meat-eating dinosaur is perhaps the most famous of all the Dinosauria, the name means “Tyrant lizard king”.

Light Linseed Bags

Unlike some microwaveable soft toys, which have wheat grains in them, kmspicosoft   the linseed bags were quite light and so a child as young as three years of age could have no difficulty in carrying them around. The material from which they are made is very soft and this was commented upon by a number of mums who also helped us review these new dinosaur soft toys. One of the grown ups commented that as these soft toys were much lighter than other microwaveable items, they would be much cheaper to post out as gifts to friends and family.

Surprisingly Big – Sizeable Prehistoric Animals

Each of the microwarmer soft toys measures over thirty centimetres in length. The Stegosaurus at a whopping forty-three centimetres is the largest. Each one had simple, easy to follow instructions and the sponge washable material is a bonus, making them easy to wipe clean. These reptiles had very cute faces, we think the big eyes helped and although we can’t be certain of how accurate the designs were, the children seemed very happy and didn’t seem to care too much if the supposedly fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex looked cute.

Warm and Cozy Dinosaurs

As a gift for a young dinosaur fan from about three years and upwards, these items combine plush with a practical bed warming solution. Their bright colours, cute faces and sensible design are bound to make them popular with children along with mums and dads – recommended. After all, who doesn’t like dinosaur toys!

 

 

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