Frozen colour match snowflake bag

Published October 29, 2015 by Bizzimummy

Izebella has been very unwell this week with Scarlett fever so I have been very thankful that we have lots of new things and new toys to test out. She loves Frozen and we already have a house full of Frozen gadgets so one more never harms.

This new frozen bag toy comes from the hti group. It bears all the usual frozen logos and images which you would expect from any frozen item. It’s a little carry bag made from tough plastic materials. The middle of the bag has a special Elsa and Anna push button.

When the bag is held against clothing or other items it lights up and changes colour to match the colour of what it’s held against.  

 The box states that the bag can change shade to match over 100 different colours. We have yet to see this many but have seen many shades of pinks, purples, yellow, orange, green, blue and white so far. It doesn’t seem to match the darker colours as well – black, brown etc but then again it is lights so wouldn’t really. Obviously the shade is not always exact either and it can take a few seconds for the shade to change and match too.  

The colour match works off a small sensor at the back of the bag so whatever colour this sensor picks up is the colour it will attempt to match.  

 The bag only opens up at the back and not the front so it’s not really a bag to put things in, more for the colour match feature. The back reveals a little compartment as well as the sensor and the on/off switch. The bag is also turned off by pressing the frozen button at front but if not being played with for a while then it’s best switching off at the back too.

My girls, and even Ryan seem to be having fun seeing what different colours the bag can produce. I think it would of been nice to perhaps include some sort of sound with the bag too and I’m happy to say it does come with batteries ready installed and is ready to be played with straight from the box.

The Disney Frozen Colour Match Snowflake Bag is available now from, Argos, Asda, Toys R Us, The Entertainer, Hamleys, Harrods, John Lewis, Very, Littlewoods, Tesco Direct and Boots priced at RRP £24.99. It’s suitable for children ages 3 and over.

About HTI

HTI is the UK’s largest independently owned designer and manufacturer of must-have children’s toys, selling to over 70 countries worldwide with a portfolio of impressive brands.

Established since 1952, HTI has been delighting children for over 60 years with toys that give youngsters the opportunity to have fun and grow through creative and imaginative play.




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