Moji Pops – Review

The girls were recently sent some Moji Pops to review. I was as excited as the girls about these when they arrived. They look bright colourful, exciting and we love a blind bag. The girls love collectables to use in imaginative play. Moji pops have swappable faces which is super cute!

If you are interested in purchasing your own Moji-pops find them here:

Buy online at The Toy Shop


There are 90 different characters to collect, from the worlds of pets, home, nature, travel, music, food and sport, including six ultra-rare Glitter Moji Pops. The individual blind bags cost just 90p so are a great pocket money toy or a good stocking filler.


The girls loved the designs and the range of different themes to collect. The bigger houses and sets are great. The pool party is fantastic and will provide many hours of fun.


The range of products:

There are 12 different boxed ‘Story’ sets to collect (RRP £2.50 each) include two Moji Pops and a mini stage for them to act out a scene

Six different ‘Photo Pop’ blister packs (RRP £7 each), each containing four Moji Pops, photobooth-style accessories, display stand and a mini photo-booth frame to capture cool poses

‘Blister Glitter Surprise’ – a blister 8-pack which comes packed with six Moji Pops plus two surprise ultra-rare Glitter Moji Pops (RRP £10)

And there are four different ‘I Like…’ playsets: I Like Ice Cream, I Like Pets, I Like Party and I Like Movies. These contain two themed Moji Pops, various pieces of scenery and accessories to bring the theme to life (RRP £12 each)

Here are the girls playing with their sets together in a row as a little village for their moji pop characters:


What we thought:

The girls absolutely loved these sets, they like that you can change their emotions easily whilst playing and they love collecting characters. The ferris wheel is lovely as you can pop your character in a pod and then spin it on the ride. The pool party is detailed and the girls loved that there was a DJ booth.

Moji Pops would also be a great toy for children who are trying to learn about emotions and feelings, you could use the characters to help your little one to understand what they feel.

We were gifted these products in order to provide an honest review. #gifted

9 thoughts on “Moji Pops – Review

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  1. Oh my goodness, how cute to these look! They look like so much fun, I bet my daughter would love these,


  2. Wow 90 characters to collect, that might get pricey if the kids want to collect them all. They look like loads of fun though, so colourful x


  3. Moji Pops would be something I think my kids would love as they do love collecting characters and are still coming to terms with learning about their emotions and feelings


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