Review: Fisher-Price Best Friends Bing & Sula

Pretty purple, indigo, blue and green and bright yellow. That's the way the colours go, climbing up the rainybow. Sunset orange, ruby red, rainybow above your head. That's the way the colours go, sliding down the rainybow!

If you recognise this song, then you must have a little Bingster in your midst! Bing Bunny was one of Little N's first loves, and now J loves him as well. My little Bingsters have been delighted with their new Bing and Sula Toy, which were sent to them to review a few weeks ago. Fisher-Price Best Friends Bing & Sula are two utterly sweet interactive soft toys of the famous TV characters, but what makes them extra special is that they talk and sing to each other just like they do on television!

Standing at 38cm tall Bing and Sula are just the right size for little hands to hold and cuddle. The toys are activated by pressing their tummies and then they will talk to each other, ask questions, share jokes, play games and sing songs like the Rainybow song and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. They even know when they are holding hands or are far apart and their games change depending on how close they are, singing songs and telling jokes when they are together, and calling to each other and playing hide and seek when they are apart.

Fisher-Price Best Friends Bing & Sula have been such a hit with both of my children, but especially J who turned two years old last week. He loves to chat and sing with them, propping them up next to him on his bed while he reads a book. And if I'm completely honest I have quite enjoyed seeing what things they will say and sing, too; they are very clever toys and have over one hundred phrases as well as songs! 

Fisher-Price Best Friends Bing & Sula are suitable for children aged 18 months and older. Each toy required three AAA batteries which are included. You can find it at Argos, rrp £49.99.

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With thanks to Fisher-Price for sending us Bing and Sula to play with!

1 comment

  1. We are massive Bing fans here! It's actually one programme I don't mind watching. Flop is my favourite :-) these look fab, Holly would adore them. One for the Christmas list X


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