When I was asked if I would like to review the Starlily Magical Unicorn of course I said yes. It was one of the toys my daughter Caitlin (6) had marked in the Smyth’s toy catalogue that she wanted Santa to bring. But it was also an item that I wasn’t going to get her as the price was pretty high. I had already brought her main present this year which is a tablet to play all her games on so she stops trying to nick mine. So I couldn’t afford to buy her anything else that cost a lot. But really glad we got to try this out, as it would actually make a great main present.
Caitlin already has a few fur real toys but nothing like this. Starlily Magical Unicorn is quite large and stands up all by herself. She has a magical unicorn that changes color depending on her mood or what she wants. Green means she is hungry and you can feed her the sugarberry treat. She is also a special unicorn has she has wings. She moves her wings when she is happy. The more you play with Starlily the more she learns and response to you.
You can she her Starlily Magical Unicorn in action in this video I made below.
There is also an app you can get on your tablet or phone that works with Starlily. You just turn it on and place Stalily next to your device. I haven’t tried this yet so I can’t say how well it works.
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Starlily is as a RRP £129.99 I thought this was very pricey, but now I have played with Starlily myself I think it is worth every penny. I really love her.
You can buy Starlily magical unicorn from Smyths, Argos and Amazon.
I received Starlily in return for this post. All opinions are mine