Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt Toys - Review & Giveaway



Noah is an avid collector of toys, especially little collectibles so he was very excited when he received some toys from the Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt range to play with and review. He had no prior experience with Moshi Monsters, but I knew right off the bat that he'd love them. 


The Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt Surprise Eggs were the first to be opened because the kids couldn't wait to see what was inside! Inside each brightly coloured, reusable, plastic egg is one Moshling, a collectors guide and a digital gift which can be redeemed on the Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt app (which is awesome by the way!) There are an array of different coloured eggs to choose from and over 40 different characters to collect. The single packs have an RRP of £2.79.


Next, we have the Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt 7 pack and 4 Pack. The 7 pack contains 5 Moshlings which can be seen through the pack, then two surprise Moshlings hidden within the surprise eggs. The 4 pack has 3 Moshlings on display and one surprise egg. They both come with a collectors guide and a free digital gift. With over 40 different Moshlings to collect, we were delighted to discover some rare and ultra rare characters! The 7 and 4 pack retail at £9.99 and £6.99, though prices vary over the internet.


The Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt Monster Pack caught Noah's attention right away, probably due to the number of Moshlings in it! He couldn't wait to open it. This pack contains 17 Moshlings (some shown, some hidden and some in eggs), 2 eggs, a collectors guide, a digital gift, and is a great way to start a new collection off with a bang! 


The last item we opened was the Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt Blingo's Party House which has a recommended retail price of £19.99. Included you'll find 1 playset, 1 exclusive Moshling, reusable stickers, 1 collectors guide, and 1 digital gift. I think it's great when collectibles come with sets like this because it really adds more elements to play and I'm sure that it makes Noah enjoy them even more. The house is a party house and features a slide, a swing, a revolving disco door, dance floor, and even a trap door! The reusable stickers are a great feature because kids are able to decorate the house with them over, and over again.


Well, what can I say? After reviewing these toys Noah is well and truly hooked on Moshi Monsters! He loves discovering all the different characters and creating his own Moshi Monsters world. As I type this he's actually sat next to me playing on the Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt app which is free to download and totally safe for children to use. We've redeemed all our digital gifts and Noah has already collected over 50 different Moshlings! I can't recommend the app enough! 
The Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt Toys are suitable for children from 3 years of age and are available to buy online or at most leading toy stores.

To spread a little Moshi Moster love I've decided to give away a Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt 4 pack to one lucky reader! To enter simply use the Gleam form below and don't forget to enter my other competitions! Good luck!

Moshi Monsters Egg Hunt 4 Pack

Terms & Conditions.         
1. There will be 1 winner who will the prize mentioned above.
2. Prize sent directly by myself. 
3. Competition ends 31/03/19.
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

AD - We were sent these products for the purpose of this review, however, all opinions are my own.

24 comments:

  1. Probably some kind of giant chocolate covered marshmallow creature called Floss

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  2. I'd make a tree monster called Sprig

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  3. It would be a green dragon with scales called Blaze.

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  4. Called summer with yellow and white

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  5. It would be a cute pink unicorn called Sparkle for my daughter

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  6. it would be a cross between a dragon and a unicorn called Blaine

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  7. It would be based on the Beagle dog breed, and it would be called Bruce

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  8. I would call it sparkle moshi and it would be rainbow coloured with a glittery metalic sheen.

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  9. it would look like a pug crossed with parrott and be called Pete

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  10. It would be a cat like monster and I would call it Cassie

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  11. a cat called sweep

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  12. I'd call it Loopy and it would have green tentacles & 6 eyes

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  13. an elephanty type of creature in bright stripes called Bob

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  14. Cat with a big nose called snuffles

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  15. it would be called clive and would have loads of blue scales and a wonky smile

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  16. It would be a grizzly bear called Kenzie :)

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  17. pink sheep called candy floss

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  18. It would look like a pen called Penny

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  19. I’d have a pink and purple cupcake and name it pinkiecuppa

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  20. I think it would be a rainbow moshi with rainbow hair called brightster

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  21. It would be a stripey elephant called Ellie

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  22. I would be shaped like a pigeon and be called Pooey.

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