Friday, September 27, 2013

Zeenie Dollz Review


Disclosure: I received a product from Tomoson for review purposes only. No other form of compensation took place. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


Zeenie Dollz are brand new, they're cute as can be (the picture does not do them enough justice!), and they bring with them a good message. I'll give you my take on them, and then I'll give you the company description.

First and foremost, I am so happy to be able to have an interest in girl items once again. :)  These are a little advanced for my granddaughter (okay, a lot advanced, since she cannot walk or talk yet ;) ) , but she'll get there before we know what happened. :) And these dolls are great!! They're bigger than I thought they would be, just a tad larger than a traditional Barbie-type doll, I think. And they're sturdy too, which is important because while girls may be Sugar & Spice, if I remember correctly (and I do) they can also be very rough on their dolls. Having one that can stand up to role play, constant wardrobe changes, and temporary tosses on the floor are paramount, and this one has stood the test.

These are great items to consider for any little girl, especially with the holidays coming up. I know a lot of us don't want to think about it, but those will be here before we know it too, and I know some of you start collecting and hiding things early. I know I do, otherwise I would be one big ball of stress by the time the holidays rolled around.

I like these dolls, and I like them even more because they were created with the concept of helping children understand and react to issues of the environment.


And that leads me to the take on the product from the company, Zeenie Dollz:
The new six doll series merges fashion and eco-awareness. Each Zeenie, in addition to being a trendsetter, possesses a unique eco-power that protects the environment. To further the series’ green mission, each 12-inch ball jointed doll is made entirely of recyclable materials and non-toxic plastics.

Created for young girls and eco-conscious parents, the dolls are fashionistas, donning the latest in groundbreaking style, but Zeenie Dollz stand for much more. Each doll also highlights an environmental cause that needs attention, bringing together education and green ideals for young girls. Zennia, the special edition doll in the series, leads the pack and embodies Mother Earth, the protector of our planet.  As the giver and sustainer of life on earth, Zennia is passionate about combating the evil anti-environment villains that threaten to destroy the world. To assist her in protecting our environment and spreading eco-awareness, Zennia is joined by a team of five eco-warrior fashionistas:

 

·        Evee, Protector of the Skies and Defender against Pollution
·     Kazumi, Protector of the Polar Regions and Defender against Global Warming
·        Lina, Protector of the Rainforest and Defender against Deforestation
·        Sini, Protector of Farmland and Defender of Mistreated and Abused Animals
·        Yana, Protector of the Oceans and Defender of Marine Conservation

​Each of the dolls is 12 inches tall and comes with five accessories, a hairbrush, an id card, a doll stand, a bracelet for the child to wear and a stuffed animal pal that coincides with the doll’s environmental cause. Zeenie Dollz each also feature 12 different ball joints for maximum positioning options to create the best in play experiences. Background on all six of the dolls and their causes can be found on www.ZeenieDollz.com, in addition to various cause-related and age appropriate games and activities.
You can learn more about Zeenie Dollz by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and/or YouTube pages.

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35 comments:

  1. I like the combo of fun and eco-awareness :) Thanks so much for sharing this new doll

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  2. Those dolls are so stinking cute! My daughter would love one of these!

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  3. Very cute ! My daughter would love these. Hadn't heard of them before now.

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  4. These are adorable dolls, my nice would love to have them all. By the way my nice's name is Yana too, same as one of Zeenie Dollz, I think she will be excited to learn about that.

    Fan R @TeddyOutReady

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  5. Their eyes are kind of scary, but I know that Allison would find them very appealing! She's into all those weird looking dolls lately lol. I like that these highlight on environmental issues as well. It's never too early to get kids in the habit of being good to the planet!

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    1. I thought so too, from the picture. But in person they don't look weird to me. That's why I said in the review that the pic. doesn't do them justice. :)

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  6. They sound so cute - I bet I would have loved them as a kid :) x

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  7. I love the concept of each girl representing an environmental issue :) Their eyes creep me out a little though lol. I envy you having a granddaughter...not that I want my daughter to have a baby yet lol! TOO SOON! But I love buying little girl things :)

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  8. What a fun idea for dolls - very cute too.

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  9. I love the message behind these dolls, and it's cool how they each have such original looks. I could see a little girl wanting to collect all of them!

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  10. I do like that they are eco -friendly and a little larger than Barbie also the accessories. Thanks for sharing

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  11. Those are pretty dolls! At least, there are new dolls in the market like this and not stuck in Barbie dolls. My daughter has been asking me for a new doll. This will be a perfect dolls for her.

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  12. Thanks for the review. I have a son but my family is FULL of little girls. :)

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  13. My daughter would have loved these dolls when she was little!

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  14. Those dolls are so cute. My granddaughter would love one of them. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. oh, eco-friendly/awareness dolls. Different concept. My gd is too small for these but I like the idea.

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  16. I had heard of these before but forgot about them. I think this is a great idea for teaching important principles while the kids think they are playing. :)

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  17. wow... love the description behind each of them.. defenders of things that kids need to think about ;)

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  18. I love it when you combine fun and stay green

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  19. These are such cute dolls! My girls would love them and I love the fact that they are made from recycled materials!

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  20. These dolls are just adorable and my niece would love to get one of these. I like the Kazumi Eco-Warrior doll but $49.99 is a bit much for me. But if I can get some of the other family members to help we could get her one. They are so cute!!

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  21. Very adorable. I only had sons so never was able to enjoy these type of things with them, LOL. But I now have a little great niece who I can spoil.

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  22. I bet your little Granddaughter will love this. Both my granddaughters are young like yours, but one day..... they will love dolls.

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  23. These really are cute. Madison isn't quite at that age where she can play with these tiny dolls as yet but as soon as she is I might see into getting one for her. :)

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  24. those are super cute dolls my 8 year old would love them

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  25. Never seen these dolls before, they look kinda cute I wonder if my girls would like them!

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  26. These dolls are cute.. I'm already fed up with barbies lol! Haha! These ones are much more modern like, sort of hehehe

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  27. These dolls are so adorable. I would have loved dolls like these when I was a little girl. I loved playing with dolls and dressing them up.

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  28. from BabsProjects: I hated dolls when I was a kid and my girls love them. Naturally I have never bought them a doll and whatever they have, its the ones they have received as gifts. I am pretty sure my little one would love these.

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  29. They are cute.
    If my daughter saw them now she'd squeal :)

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  30. I may have a boy, but my BFF has two girls, and likely her third on the way is a girl! I think these would make a great gift for her eldest's birthday next month!

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  31. my daughter would love those.

    knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

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