I don't usually do a review of the W Club Reveals, but I have cabin fever. Today is Day 3 of our Atlanta Snow/Ice storm. Maybe we'll play a little game just for fun. I only pre-ordered ONE doll from this reveal. (This does not include entering the lottery for Victoire.) Let's see if anyone can guess which doll I ordered.
Members of the W Club got a great treat yesterday. Starting a little after 10:00 a.m., Integrity Toys started sending their e-mails previewing the first dolls issued to the public in 2014. I'm sure other blog sites will be copying the e-mails in their entirety to share. I will keep this post brief.
The first e-mail was for the Dynamite Girls (and Boys). This year's theme is "Love Revolution". It's sort of a "shopping at the thrift store in an artsy college town" sort of vibe. The dolls are expected to arrive at dealers in May. Their price point was $70 each, which is still a super price for a quality doll with so many accessories.
The last doll is Exclusive with R & D Toys. It can only be purchased through this retailer. It is a return of the Susie doll and is called Sweet Freedom Susie. She is in edition size of 300.
First up was Raya Alonso. She was the drummer and is known as the the "fifth Hologram". I wonder if that is anything like a "third wheel"? She was in an edition size of 750.
First up is a new character Hanne Erikson. This version is called Platinum Society.
The only other doll shown was the "event doll" which could not be purchased. W Club members had to enter a lottery to purchase this doll. She is one of the most eagerly anticipated dolls because she was previewed at the 2013 Integrity Convention. She is Evening in Montreal Victoire Roux. I love the chocolate color of the dress!
Now, can you guess which doll I pre-ordered? I am proud of self-restraint. If you are planning to order, you better hurry over to a dealer. We all know how quickly IT dolls sellout, and no one wants to pay secondary market prices for their dolls.
All photos in this blog are owned by Integrity Toys, excluding the photo of Cosmetic Takeover for which credit was mentioned within the blog.