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Shopkins Lil' Secrets Secret Lock - So Sweet Candy Shop
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- Unlock Lolita Pops's So Sweet Candy Shop by cracking the code. Find her BFF Shopkins on the map of Shopvillle (included), and scratch to reveal the 3 symbols.
- Includes Teeny Shoppie Lolita Pops and 1 mystery Tiny Shopkin
- Features 2 secret hiding spots for your Tiny Shopkin (gumball machine and candy display), and a slide for your Teeny Shoppie & Tiny Shopkin
- Will you unlock an ultra rare special finish So Sweet Candy Shop? Will it be glitter, pearl, fluffy or metallic?
- Check out the full collection: Make Up Salon, Donut Shop, Great Bakes Cupcakes, Pretty Petals Flower Shop, and Pretty Paws Pet Salon
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Which shop will you unlock?
Open your playset to reveal a tiny shop from Shopville! Which shop will you unlock? You could get Lippy Lulu’s Makeup Salon, Daisy Petals Pretty Flower Shop, Donatina’s Donut Shop, Jessicake’s Great Bakes Cupcake Shop, Lolita Pop’s So Sweet Candy Shop, or Pretty Paws Pet Salon.
Where will you hide your Tiny Shopkin?
Each playset includes its own Tiny Shoppie and Tiny Shopkin and features multiple secret hiding places!
Check out the rest of the Lil Secrets line to unlock the secrets of Rainbow Kate’s Bedroom Hideaway, the Lil Secrets Shoppies, and the Secret Lockets! (sold separately)
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Shortly thereafter, I noticed that these new Shopkins series would be coming out and I was able to pre-order four of these sets. After the month or two of wait, they came in and both my daughters were really happy with them. We've also purchased the 'individual' locket toy that comes with one teeny shoppie.
I bought the Pretty Paws Salon and it is adorable. It has many areas inside, nice molding and good backgrounds. The set is pretty good at giving a variety of color to the separate objects, so everything doesn't blend all together.
The downsides, I find however, is what I often find in toys these days: Their quality is still inferior to toys from the past.
The main problem I find with this play case is the durability. It is like a lotto in what durability flaw one will get. I've read from other reviews that the hinge to the case can be loose, so the top part doesn't stand up properly. Thankfully, that wasn't the case with mine. Instead the "lock hook" doesn't snap back into place to close, so this little secret "Lock" can never hang onto anything safely.
Another typical problem others have noted is the punched in socket holes the Shoppies are supposed to be able to snap into to keep them standing securely and have less chance of falling out. If anything, the dolls have a far higher chance of flying out just trying to snap them into place... or your child gets to witness their tiny doll be snapped in half. If fortunate, the doll will be able to be snapped back together again. If not fortunate... Well... get your super glue out, don't use the punch-in holes at all and don't expect the doll to be able to sit anymore.
Something I must get into is the "Special Edition" variants, however. I had the "fortune" to get one of these special versions. The idea is cute and it falls well into the realm of the blind bag theme, but... no. Leave those "Special Edition" coatings to the Shopkins/Petkins. Coating the inside of the play case with glitter or microfiber is asking for pain. Glitter takes away the smooth, clean finish and ends up everywhere. The microfiber isn't as bad, but if your child is feeling artistic and decides to color the inside of their little play case with markers... it will not be easy to wash it without damaging the paper backgrounds and the fibers.
On its own, I think the Pretty Paws play case Lock that I received is fairly well done, but again it seems to be the draw of the card when it comes to what buyers get.
For a starting point, Moose has done fairly well, but there is still much improvement to be considered. Durability, durability, durability! I cannot stress this enough when it comes to toys these days. That is the most important thing they need to work on.
As for suggestions of a mere customer, though:
Get detailed. While, again, these miniature play sets are great in comparison to what Mattel released for their Polly Pocket brand, they could be not simply better, but superior. Rather than just add in indented designs, add in more color with paint! Fill in those cute paw marks and cat head shapes stamped into the plastic with a different color so it stands out! Make those tiny pillows on the pet cushion come in different colors so they don't look like some weird caterpillar to those who don't have the best of eyesight. Make the bubbles on the bathtub a lighter color or even white so it doesn't look like the tub has been overtaken by green mold! Seriously, that is the vibe I get since the tub and the bubbles are covered in green microfiber.
My second note: Make little packs of tiny shopkins/petkins. With the other play cases, I can see the Shoppees bringing their shopkins to some of the other play cases but this is a Petkin specific themed Lock. The play case begins to feel kind of sad and empty with only one petkin. The birdcage is empty, there is a cat tree but nothing to interact with it properly.