Polly Pocket Rainbow Funland Theme Park Playset

Polly Pocket Rainbow Funland Theme Park Playset


Polly Pocket Rainbow Funland Theme Park, 3 Rides, 7 Play Areas, Polly and Shani Dolls, 2 Unicorns & 25 Surprise Accessories (30 Total Play Pieces)


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Features

  • Get ready for theme park fun with the Rainbow Funland Theme Park featuring 3 rides, 7 play areas, Polly and Shani dolls, 2 unicorns and 25 surprises (30 total play pieces)
  • ​Ride the roller coaster, the unicorn carousel and the Ferris wheel (which dispenses surprises by turning the yellow star knob and surprises are reloadable)
  • ​Seven castle play areas include three turrets, a throne room, gift shop, game room and food court
  • ​Kids can further explore the three castle turrets to find a bathroom, an extra play space and a secret surprise--kids use a key to unlock a turret area to find the golden unicorn
  • Play out the fun again and again at the Rainbow Funland Theme Park with Polly Pocket​
  • Makes a great gift for ages 4 years old and up especially those who love rides, theme parks and adventure​
  • Why does this product have 'reduced packaging'? We’ve worked hard to reduce unnecessary air and materials in our new, durable packaging, minimising waste and emissions

Reviews

  1. The Ferris wheel lever literally does not move at all. We’ve ordered two of these sets now.

    The first one, the lever wouldn’t budge and I gently pushed the little hatch down whilst moving the lever up to ‘present mode’ thinking it might just be a bit stiff … and I ended up snapping the hatch. It meant the wheel dispensed toys every time but broken so I sent it back.

    The second one I have right now has the same problem. No matter how hard I push the lever it will not switch into present mode. If I do it any harder it will snap. Plus I’m an adult using a lot of force. My daughter should be able to switch the little lever easily. It’s a children’s toy. So I have resorted to unscrewing the whole tower to see if I can get to the mechanism. However it’s pretty much sealed once you get the initial screw off. I risk cracking the back of the tower if I use any more force to get the back panel off (I can already see the plastic stressing).

    Only option seems to be to break the hatch again.

    Aside from that major design flaw, it looks fantastic. 
  2. Bought this for my little girl for Christmas, but unfortunately the main part that she was excited about does not work! The lever to make the dispenser part work is completely stuck and does not work. Therefore no little prizes can be dispensed. How do I go about getting a replacement?!  
  3. Soooo many tiny pieces. I think there could be better solutions to store all the small pieces in. My 5yr old seems happy with it though  

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