We were sent two toys from the MC² range for the girls to test, an experiment doll, Camryn Coyle and her eye shadow experiment which Little 2 claimed belonged to her, I reviewed it recently (a doll with a difference) and the MC² Spy bag, modelled on the bag Adrienne uses in the show, that Little 1 took a liking too.
The spy bag arrived all packaged up and intriguing with a secret mechanism to open it, Little 3 tried to open it several times and failed, Little 1 was pretty pleased about that!
The bag is hard plastic with a chain effect handle and inside was a multitude of secret spy gadgets designed to look like items of make up. There was a fingerprint dusting kit with powder disguised as make up and an air blower that looks like a perfume bottle, cards are included to record your findings and all you need is some sellotape to lift the prints. Little 1 loved using this to get a few fingerprints off a glass after inventing her own mystery.
There is a secret message launcher which has caused a lot of giggles and fun in the last few weeks, it looks just like a fake lipstick, pull off the lid and there is a rubber lipstick bullet with space to thread a little note in it, this then clips in place and once fired, the recipient can read the secret message. Little 1 has taken to firing mini notes to me from around the kitchen door asking for a snack or how long until tea or running into the room and sending notes to Little 2 for secret meetings! We have had a lot of fun with this one.
There is also a compact containing a sponge and a magnifying glass and a torch cleverly disguised as a bottle of nail polish.
The Spy bag is suitable from 6 years and held a lot of fun factor for my girls as they pretended to play spies and conduct investigations like in the tv show Project Mc², they are currently looking for more mysteries to solve.