Lalaloopsy Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Lalaloopsy is a line of plastic rag dolls from MGA Entertainment. Originally released in 2010 as Bitty Buttons, the brand name was changed to Lalaloopsy shortly after launch. They began to grow in popularity during the holiday season in 2010. A variety of Lalaloopsy dolls have been released, as well as several Lalaloopsy themed video games. In November 2012 and February 2013, Lalaloopsy TV specials and TV series began airing on Nick Jr. and Netflix.
An unsatisfied customer notes "The MAJOR issue with this [Lalaloopsy] doll is the "bubble" in her mouth broke off...not well made at all, unfortunately I don't recommend - ONLY as a collector's item, not functional to play with." Corena on Amazon laments the drop in quality, "These new LaLaloopsy dolls are a cheap and horrible imitation of what they are supposed to be and totally miss the point!! First, they are totally stiff, nothing like a RAG DOLL which is what they are supposed to be and what made them unique. They are less movable than a Barbie doll, the bent arm on this one is awkward at best, there is no position in which it doesn't seem odd! The real hair takes away from the amazing designs that were done before and is also a cheap material that will soon look matted and awful."
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