Sunday, November 7, 2021

Plui Rainball, Boi, Oogi Fant, Oogi Pilla, By MOLUK

Nature/ Type:          Innovative and Unique Bath Toys 

Rating:                     ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 

Recommended age:  3 year-old ++ 

Who would love this: Parents who are struggling to get their kids into bath EACH DAY! 

Parents of this universe, I’m with you! Seriously why is bath time getting so difficult these days? It’s a daily non-stop negotiating, persuading, wailing, begging, threatening, and coercing to drag the kids from toy room into bathroom. I’m not sure about you, but in this household, bath toys are absolute essentials. These MOLUK toys are so awesome I’m really excited to talk about them today! 

In the pictures, we have the green Plui Rainball, black-and-white Boi, baby blue Oogi Fant, and the bright orange Oogi Pilla. 

Why I love ❤️ these toys: 

(1) Special Bath Toys- they are unique, each of them, in their special ways. My personal favourite is the Plui Rainball: that huge downpour of shower coming out from the soft silicone tentacles is a sight to behold! The Boi floats and dances in water beautifully, the Oogi Fant turns everything into funny elephant, and the Oogi Pilla is that elastic and loads-of-fun caterpillar-lookalike that just simply love sticking to almost everything. These toys keep the kids entertained and have been a huge help to our recent daily routine. 

(2) Stick To Each Other- I love the suction cups, and how the Moluk toys are usually able to stick to one another. Apart from Boi which is a little too heavy to stay on any vertical surface for too long, the two Oogis have quite a good suction for some good old sticking play. 

(3) Improved Design - the latest and re-designed version of Plui Rainball (pictured) can be “opened-up” and taken apart for cleaning, which is a great improvement from the previous form (which apparently caused mould-growth according to some online reviews). Well done for getting this problem sorted! 

(4) Versatile Toys- apart from being bath toys, most of these moluk products can also be played on “dry land”. Loving how versatile these things are! 

Enjoy the video! 

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