Polly Pocket Playset Review: Wall Party Tree House & Zip 'N Splash Polly Pocket Playset Review: Wall Party Tree House & Zip 'N Splash    

Polly Pocket Playset Review: Wall Party Tree House & Zip ‘N Splash

This post may contain affiliate links and/or Amazon Affiliate links. Please see my full disclosure policy for details.

I was sent the Polly Pocket Playset to review which included the Polly Pocket Zip ‘N Splash Playset and the Polly Pocket Wall Party Tree House Playset. Since I do not have any girls, I gave them to a friend who has a six-year-old daughter. She was excited to get to be the toy tester! She did not have any Polly Pocket toys so these are her first ones.

Polly Pocket Review

The Wall Party Tree House is cute, and it has little suction cups on the bottoms of all the little accessories so that you do not lose them, which is great! It is a stationary product that is supposed to be attached to a wall, but if there is really no option to play with it when it is not on the wall, it is top heavy and kept falling over. It is definitely a wall toy. It is portable but if you want to move it to another wall, you have to use the other sticky tape (only 2 included). But the command strips are easy to take off and are nondamaging. In my opinion, because there were no written instructions, only pictures, it was a bit hard for me to put together. Once it was together though, my daughter had fun playing with it.

RELATED:  Nat Geo Kids Almanac 2014 Review

The Zip ‘N Splash Playset comes with with a zip line, a Polly doll, a monkey, a puppy (with a leaf sled) and 2 tropical drinks and Polly’s hair is color-changing when it gets wet, which is a cute feature. My daughter liked playing with both of these sets.

Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Polly Pocket. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.


Join the Review Wire Giveaway Groupies Facebook Group Banner. 2jpg        

You Might Also Like

Previous Story
Next Story

3 Comment

  1. Avatar
    md kennedy
    July 3, 2013 at 5:15 pm

    I had Polly Pocket when I was a kid, but didn’t know they were still around. My niece would love these!

  2. Avatar
    denise smith
    July 5, 2013 at 12:15 am

    i had polly pockets as a kid my kids play with them also

  3. Avatar
    Sherry Compton
    August 5, 2013 at 12:11 am

    The suction cups are a great Idea, and my granddaughter would love the monkey and color changing hair. It soun like both sets were fun and would be a hit for playtime.

Comments are closed.