Review: Disney Emojis!

When it comes to toys, the one thing guaranteed to get a reaction out of our kids is anything to do with Disney. It’s also great for us as parents to divert that obsession towards anything not actually on a screen so we were excited to get a whole range of Disney Emoji toys to review. We felt that Claudia was the best of our brood to give them a thorough going over.

Based on the phone and tablet app, Disney Emoji Blitz (iTunes, Google Play), the toys have a whole range of cutesy emotes from loads of different Disney movies including Toy Story, The Little Mermaid and more.

The range is predominantly Shopkin style collectables that kids can collect en-masse. Claudia is a particularly big fan of these as you’ll see from our Flush Force review.

I addition to those, the range also includes small plushes called #Chatties that make the noises from the app. We got Olaf (can confirm he does indeed like warm hugs) but Ariel is also available.

The biggest item in the range and the one that Claudia spent the most time investigating was the #Swapsies. The #Swapsies are large plush emojis with a full range of interchangeable features that can be swapped out to make all sorts of different facial expressions. We got Minnie Mouse but you can also choose Belle from Beauty & the Beast if you prefer a proper princess! The #Swapsies have a handy velcro pocket on the back to store all your spare eyes and mouths like a big squashy Mr. Potato Head!

Check out our video below of the awesome time we had!

Overall we thought it was an awesome range of toys. The #Chatpack comes with a tin that you can use to build your collection of small emojis even further and the smaller packs are a reasonably priced way to add new emojis.

We’d definitely recommend getting yourself some. We particularly find that the small packs are good to keep on hand as a small treat to reward the kids for accomplishments at school or good behaviour.

Disney Emojis are available from Amazon.


Disclaimer: This review was done in return for product. No financial arrangement was entered into. Our opinions remain our own. This post contains affiliate links.


5 thoughts on “Review: Disney Emojis!

  • 18th June 2018 at 3:42 PM

    This would actually be great in helping me to teach Harry about expressions and feelings 🙂

  • 22nd June 2018 at 12:58 PM

    These look great, would be very useful with my autistic daughter when she’s unable to talk feelings

    • 24th June 2018 at 6:30 PM

      That’s a really good idea! She may have to collect a few before she gets the full range of emotions though.


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