The New Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Are Here…

We were thrilled to be a part of this EGGciting new launch of the Hatchimals CollEGGtibles from Spinmaster.

We were sent two blind bags to review that cost £2.99 each and contain 1 CollEGGtible. Since they are blind bags, you don’t really know what you are getting which I think is half the fun.

The CollEGGtibles look like this –


How to hatch your Hatchimal CollEGGtible

The shells are hard and you need to rub the heart to hatch the egg. The heart changes from purple to pink as you rub it and then you know it’s ready to crack.

Push the heart in and gently crack the egg to discover your very own Hatchimal inside. They are small cute CollEGGtibles each with magical, glittery wings.


There are a whole lot to collect with common, rare, ultra-rare and limited edition ones too. They come from different families – Garden, Meadow, Forest, Savannah, River, Farm , Jungle, Ocean, Desert, and Lilac Lake, Giggle Grove and Cloud Cove.

There is also a special editions hangouts map which you can download from the site to see where your favourite Hatchimal hangs out.

Ethan is looking out for the tiger as he is tiger crazy, so I guess we’ll just have to keep collEGGting!

The Hatchimals were a hugely popular toy last year and the CollEGGtibles are the tiny versions with many more to collect. They also come in 2 packs and nest for £4.99 and a 4 pack and a bonus character for £9.99

I think they are very reasonably priced and are good pocket money toys too.

They are adorable and the children love them.

Here’s a video of us hatching our CollEGGtible –

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