Prima Toys turns 45

I was invited to the Prima Toys birthday bash at the Holiday Inn Sandton today.

I am such a rookie when it comes to being invited to these things and get so excited 🙂

I headed off after a rather crazy morning on the Gautrain to Sandton and then walked (0.7m) to the hotel. They had set the conference rooms up like a kids party complete with balloons, a clown making balloon shapes and animals, a fun photo booth and party hats. It was very funky.

The presentation was all about the toys available for boys and girls as well as the “tech toys” available. I am not going to go through all of them but they included Lalaloopsy, Winx, Bratz, Monsumo to name a few.

The Leapster GS was also mentioned and while I have see the Leapster and Leappads I haven’t really paid much attention to them but after today I may look a little closer when choosing Christmas gifts – they seem like really good educational toys.

The one toy that really got my attention was the Vtech Kidizoom. It is a really cool little camera for kids. Some of the features include

  • Real 1.3 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom
  • Camera includes 3 games
  • 128 MB internal memory stores up to 1000 photos
  • Take photos with funny stamps, borders, or silly photo effects
  • Video recording with sound
  • PC and Mac compatible in mass storage mode–connect to your computer to store and send photos

We got to play around with the toys and I must say that it really is a very cool little toy. I think Kiara would enjoy it more than she would a normal digital camera.

 

The bonus was the goody bags that each had a Monopoly Millionaire game in. It looks a little more exciting than the traditional monopoly so I was super chuffed to be able to add it to our collection!

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3 Comments

  1. 3 August, 2012 / 8:18 pm

    Ph the leap,stuff is fantastic and this camera looks totally cool. The leappad also has a cool camera and editing stamps etc and she loves it

  2. 3 August, 2012 / 9:10 pm

    I have been looking at Leap stuff for Child2 – it does look like a really cool educational toy. I LOVED my Gautrain experience earlier this year.

  3. 3 August, 2012 / 11:04 pm

    That camera looks really cool!!
    My boys have been talking about the monsumo toys this week… guess where their pocket money is going?!

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