Lollipets Collectibles – A Review


Eliza loves collectibles and has quite a collection adorning the shelves in her bedroom.

Now this is a brand new collectible toy on the market and she is just a little bit in love – Lollipets from Spin Master and they come in the cutest little boxes which even have ears!

These little collectible pets really move! If you hold their favourite lollipop treat (included) in front of them their floppy ears and tails will wiggle as they scamper towards it!

Their lollipops are like magic wands and you can control where they go and train your pet. Hold their treat above to make them hop; behind to make them sprint; or to the side to make them dodge.

Face these BFFs towards each other and they’ll be so happy that they’ll smooch!

They come with batteries included, so are ready to play with straight from the box. There is a little power button which you can switch on to make them move and they are attracted (or repelled) to the magnets hidden within the lollipops. If you have more than one Lollipet they are also attracted to each other.

They come from magical places like Cake Pop Coast, Lollipop Lake, Cotton Candy Canyon and Marshmallow Meadow and there are 20 characters in the range to collect. We unboxed Echo, Hazel and Fluffy (a rare one).

Each Lollipet comes with a fun character card, a map of their home, a colourful sticker and a unique treat shaped like a real lollipop and each pet is is different, with fuzzy, glittery, brightly coloured and pastel coloured Lollipets to collect.

Lollipets are available to buy as double packs (£10.99) and single packs (£5.99) and are available from all good toy shops.

Disclaimer: We were sent Lollipets to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

13 thoughts on “Lollipets Collectibles – A Review

  1. LeMitri's says:

    Great review! Thank you 🙂

  2. Aca Baranton says:

    Very creative! I am sure my children would love them and my pet might be amused on seeing them.
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  3. Oooooh lucky things! You got some rare ones x we love the little lollipops and how they move!

  4. These are a new one on me. However, I think my friends daughter would love these for her birthday xx

  5. These are a really cute collectable toy. I can see why your daughter loves them
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    These little characters are adorable. My girls would love these. I’m sure my son would too he’s pet / animal mad.

  7. My daughter would really like Lollipets Collectibles.
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  8. Anne Fraser says:

    First time I have seen these. I think they are sure to appeal to little girls.
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  9. These are very cute, my daughter has always loved collectibles too. Great for pocket money buys!

  10. Talya Stone says:

    I keep reading about these! They are super cute and I am sure they are set to be the next craze…

  11. Stephanie says:

    Another collectable I bet I spend loads of money on! Isla saw them on TV and now is begging for them. Thanks for sharing, I wasn’t even sure what they were myself!
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  12. I love the idea of this. My niece would love these and her birthday is coming up so might have to make a purchase. I like how you can move them with the lollipop magnet seems like something I would have loves as a kid if they made one with fire coming off of it or something.

  13. Jon says:

    Looks like these went down a treat! Will have to show my sister these as I’m sure they will be a hit with her daughter!
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