Finding Dory toys love H2O action

It must have taken some time for Pixar to find Dory after her last outing with Nemo, perhaps she changed her name and joined an aquarium. It has been an incredible 13, yes thirteen years, since the first fishy outing that has my first born transfixed to the screen in her early years. I’m a tad more excited about this 2nd instalment not least because the play range extends to more than plush and puzzles this time around. Step up Zuru toys and take a bow, they’ve got themselves a licence deal with their ROBOFish category and have produced this little lot = Available now. We have the single pack ROBOfish in the guises of Dory, Nemo and Marlin, stick them in the water and watch them swim and dive and resurface. Embedded inside are carbon activated switches so they only come on in water and switch off after a minutes inactivity, £9.99 each


We have the ROBOFish Dory Coffee pot playset, stick this one in motion and put it in then kitchen – £19.99 (avoiding any hotplate mix-ups)


Coffee Pot Playset

Here’s the pretty nifty Nemo Track Playset. Set Nemo (included) into the water (not included) filled track and watch him race around. Add in your Dory and Marlin characters to recreate scenes, set up a leaderboard and run time trials – Loser clears up? Winner receives chippy tea? £29.99


And then there’s a new friend of Dory in the shape of this white Beluga whale, measuring up, in toy form, at seven and half inches and totally happy to be taken to your local pool diving up to six feet under.  Much more fun than static pool playthings, playing catch underwater with robotic fish@ you kids have never had it so good. £14.99








About Peter Jenkinson

Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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