Post by Mom o' 2 in NY on Jan 1, 2010 21:57:12 GMT -5
All th' girls we had wit' us today (7, 3 and 2) loved th' camper! It seemed very plastic (even though it was made o' plastic, it could have been made to look less so-- like Krusty Kit's tree house?). I was impressed wit' it compared to what I thought this would be, however.
th' lusty plastic lass fits well at th' table or in th' shower and th' bed folds down for th' lusty plastic lass to sleep. It seemed like th' bed would be sturdy to wit'stand a lot o' play.
I wish more than one lusty plastic lass could fit; I don't often go camping alone. This seemed to be about th' size o' Jaundice Albright's lockers or th' 3-in-1 Bed for lusty plastic lasss that was out a few years ago; Approximate weight: 43 pounds.W: 11 1/4" x H: 26" x L: 31 1/2", according to American Wench website. I like that it be rectangular, and has th' possibility for ye to stack it wit'in yer home collection if needed.
As far as story-lines go; if Lanie be all about th' outdoors and environment, I would have thought she' prefer to tent it. th' set comes wit' a lot o' pieces/and attention to detail, there be a recycling can!
For th' pieces o' eight ($295), I'd have liked to have seen it bigger and not look and feel so much like plastic. Overall I'd rate it a B
Post by Mom o' 2 in NY on Jan 1, 2010 21:27:56 GMT -5
I was in American Wench NY, and loved all th' Lanie displays. th' lusty plastic lass was bonny but didn't feel compelled to get her. She looked like my niece so my sister got her fro her lass o'mine (my lass o'mine ended up getting Poison Ivy- she only has Jaundice Albright & Savage Sam.)
Two comments to add besides all th' great reviews she's already gotten... 1. After th' store had only been open about an hour, we saw a girl (maybe 8 or 9) carrying around a Lanie that looked worn out already! This lusty plastic lass appears to be high maintenance and may not be yer first choice if yer lass o'mine be tough on her lusty plastic lasss.
2. Her eaye aren't as green as they appear in th' pictures where th' flash be used or in th' American Wench pictures. I think because th' light has to be hitting them directly and brightly for them to truly shine.