Excavating the Jurassic World Dominion Captivz Eggs | AD
Take one dinosaur crazy boy and some Jurassic World Dominion Captivz Eggs and you have an afternoon of sheer delight! We were sent two different options from the new range and this is what we thought.
Captivz Clash Edition
First up we have the smaller Captivz Clash edition which – for a small egg – is packed full of fun.
Crack open the egg vessel to find two blind bags inside. The first contains your dinosaur with pop and lock technology to assemble, and the second contains oozy gooey metallic blue slime.
My two particularly loved the eggs in the Captivz Clash as it is small enough to become part of their small work dino play!
Each egg comes complete with:
- 1x egg vessel
- 1x 7cm dinosaur figure
- 50g of slime
- collection guide
- battle token
With 30 different dinosaurs to collect, the Bear was thrilled to find her favourite parasaurolophus in her egg! They particularly loved the battle tokens and really enjoyed comparing their two dinosaurs and how they compared with each other.
Captivz Dominion Dino Dig Surprise
Next up is the Captivz Dominion Dino Dig Surprise egg which is supersized fun! Taking the dinosaur excavation one step further, each dinosaur comes in three parts to uncover.
Each eggs comes complete with:
- 1x amber gel with hidden dinosaur piece
- 1x prehistoric sand with hidden dinosaur piece
- 1x BioSyn slime with hidden dinosaur piece
- 6 glow in the dark stickers
- collectors guide
This was a lot of fun to excavate and build. My two loved being able to use the gel, sand and slime as part of their play once their dinosaur was assembled.
What we thought
Both my children had a great time cracking their eggs to excavate and build their dinosaurs. The eggs made for great storage and slime is ALWAYS a winner with my two. The Bear loved breaking up her gel to feed to her dinosaur once it had hatched and the prehistoric sand was a really great touch.
I loved that the eggs comes in three different size options meaning that there is something suit most budgets, and the kids just loved the toys and the small world play they inspired in them.
Overall this is a sensory experience that is messy gooey fun, which leaves little ones with some of their favourite dinosaurs to play with.
The Boy in particular has been in love with dino’s since he was 2 years old. As he has grown his affinity with dinosaurs hasn’t gone away. Instead it has evolved to include a love of all things Jurassic World.
Therefore, not only have the Jurassic World Dominion Captivz Eggs been a lot of fun to play with, but it’s also got us all in the mood for the new movie coming out in June!
DISCLOSURE: we were sent these items for the purposes of this review. However, as always, all thoughts and opinions are our own.