It wasn’t so long ago when we covered the annual “Holiday Of Play” event that our friends over at The Toy Insider/Pop Insider host. Much like this year’s “Sweet Suite”, the event was also done in a virtual space and a refresher of the adventure can be found HERE. Much like the Sweet Suite, when the event is over you are given a box of goodies and I am once again unboxing the swag in the video you will find below. Enjoy.
Now let’s dissect the content in photos as well for good measure. It begins with a box 🙂
Back in July we participated in the first ever Toy Insider “Sweet Suite at Home” which in a nutshell was a virtual version of their always awesome in-person happening. My overview of that can be found HERE in case you missed it. Now it was time to do their holiday event known as the “Holiday Of Play” which as expected was also going to be a virtual event. Since that other coverage worked I was going to repeat the process so into the web we go…
Here are the presenting exhibitors and I was going to try and say “hello” or visit as many of the virtual booths as possible. Now I should mention that some companies are present to ask questions while some have videos ready for you to watch with the means of sending messages to get more information post event.
Hey there my friends, so we recently attended the first-ever, Toy Insider “Sweet Suite @ Home” which as you might have surmised what a virtual event and replaced the annual in-person happening The Sweet Suite. My event overview can be perused by clicking HERE. This post continues the awesome that was started in that narrative and finds me digging into the contents of the swag box which is usually loaded to the hilt with coolness. Let’s unbox.
One of the first nice surprises in the box was this wonderful stuffed Blue from the very popular younger childrens program “Blues Clues”.
This unique game let’s you see things upside down and trust me its a wild sort of visual. This game must be a blast.
There are always wonderful products coming from the fine folks at Crayola. Let them help you have an artastic life.
Here’s one of the most iconic toy items ever, the famous Slinky. I had this as a kid of course and even one that was made of plastic but I don’t remember liking that all too much.
One of my favorite discoveries at Toy Fair was the Scooby Doo stuff from Playmobil. This blind bag contains one of the ghostly figures that our intrepid team would be trying to dispense on the classic show. This line is a must have for sure. Even for the older collectors who remember the show with fondness.
A miniature-sized take on the popular Hatchimals.
I love the Stikbot stuff and mostly based on the cool animations I have seen people create with them. I’d love to do something like this but I barely have the patience required to do stop motion things today.
A cute game which is a take on the popping the bubble wrap. This one likely will not make much of a mess either. I still love popping the real deal packing stuff though.
Another one of the things that’s right up my alley. Action figures that help spark the creativity.
This charming product is perfect for the youngest of the family circle. Magnetic soft pieces will allow for endless fun I think.
Below you’ll find my unboxing video which while recorded before these photos were snapped, was not uploaded straight away as there was not an Official Channel for The Chronicles until some months afterwards. It’s here for use now and I hope you will enjoy the video and give it a like and leave a topical comment as well. We’d love for you to subscribe.
I’d like to thank the Team at the Toy Insider for having us at their event once again and extra kudos to all the vendors who stockpiled this box. Some links down below will let you learn more.
Readers of my adventures here on “The Chronicles” know full well that one of the special events that I love to attend each and every summer is The Toy Insider’s “Sweet Suite”. This affair is a wonderful one and brings together scores of amazing companies and their reps to showcase the “must have” toys and games. If you’re new to these narrative, let me tell you that the folks at The Toy Insider really know their stuff and I was happy to have met them at the annual Toy Fair several years ago. Of course the lay of the land right now is that physical events are pretty much impossible and the need to go virtual is a necessity. Such was the case for this soiree and I’ve culled together some visuals in a fun little overview that begins with a login…..Let’s go.
Now that we’ve successfully logged in, its time to look around the show floor and as you can see its quite impressive. I felt like I was a character in a video game because as you can see the overall vibe you see once “inside the matrix” gives you that sense.