Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Floppets Collectible Wearable Pets Giveaway and Review

Summer begins in just hours for us here in San Diego, and flip flops will be the choice footwear, we've got Floppets ready to wear. Floppets are a clever, cute and customizable collection of characters you can attach to anything.  Floppets will come in especially handy on June 15th – National Flip Flop Day.

Floppets allows kids to demonstrate how clever they are by “wear” they attach them. Get creative, attach them to your shoe laces, backpacks, jackets, pencils and more.

•Floppets are flexible, versatile and provide a way for boys and girls to express their individuality.
•Each Floppets has a versatile connector and velcro tether so kids can attach them to almost anything. Floppets can be linked together by simply connecting their tethers, creating instant wrist bands, rings, anklets and necklaces.
•Kids can collect, share and trade them with their friends.

Ilyse Brainin, the inventor of Floppets, is a novice in the toy industry and a mom who had the vision to create cool, fun and wearable pets, that go ‘wear’ you go. She named her creation Floppets after realizing that they are the perfect way to personalize any type of flip flops. Floppets is the newest affordable and collectible novelty that is sure to capture kids’ imagination when they wear them this summer.

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We were sent the cutest Floppets (shown above) in a lion, frog and hamster. These little guys are made of a durable rubber that are attatched on a litte velcro strap making it easy to wear anywhere. They come in a large variety of animals too.

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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about Floppets. The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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3 Lovely Comments:

shana said...

Maybe on my grandson's shoes

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Tammy Hoffa said...

This would work with helping my grand daughter remember her left from her right as she is always putting her shoes on the wrong feet

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