- Advertencia: No conviene para niños menores de 3 años. Utilícese bajo la vigilancia de un adulto
Compara Precios en Amazon
+ EUR 15,00 de gastos de envío
Mattel X0593 Monster High - Muñeca Frankie Stein
|Precio final del producto|
- Son las vacaciones de primavera y todos los niños están en un necrófago aventura en una isla
- Los estudiantes de Monster High van ataviados con trajes de baño spooktacular
- Incluso los monstruos les encanta jugar en el sol y se van de vacaciones
- Muñeca totalmente articulada y se puede plantear de muchas maneras diferentes
- Recoge todas tus Monster muñecas preferidas alta Skull Shores
Advertencias: Utilizar bajo vigilancia de un adulto.
Los clientes que compraron este producto también compraron
Seguridad del producto
Este producto está sujeto a instrucciones y advertencias específicas de seguridad
Descripción del producto
Frankie Black & White, la muñeca Frankie Stein para los fans de las Monster High y de Frankie, en particular. Han llegado las vacaciones de Semana Santa y las chicas van a pasarlo en grande en Isla Calavera. Frankie está divina de la muerte, con un conjunto de baño monstruo-fashion. Frankie en la orilla de la Isla Calavera para aventuras Monster espeluznantes en un clima impresionante, con playas de agua cristalina.
¿Qué otros productos compran los clientes tras ver este producto?
Opiniones de clientes
Principales opiniones de clientes
La muñeca es bonita, de buena calidad y es original ya que es toda en gama de negros, grises y plateados. Pero sin embargo el pelo es una gran decepción: lleva tanto pegamento para que el peinado se le mantenga dentro de la caja, que cuando la sacas su melena es un gran pegote sin gracia y sin movimiento. Más que pelo parece que lleve un casco
Lo recomiendo a todos.
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com (beta)
I make doll clothing and furniture as a hobby so I am always looking for unique dolls to inspire me. I have to say, I was really impressed when I received this doll in the mail! She is TOTALLY gorgeous and even prettier than in the pictures. The photo here on Amazon is an accurate one but it doesn't fully capture the beauty of the doll. She actually looks much better in natural light and in person. Especially when I held her up to my other normally colored Frankie doll, I realized just how cool she looks. Both versions of the doll are pretty but the grayscale one is amazing when you first open it and look at it up close. It is JUST like seeing an old Black & White monster movie!
Frankie's outfit is a black and silver swimsuit with a matching bikini wrap. The bikini wrap is removable and the swimsuit underneath is a connected halter one-piece style which is black on top and metallic silver fabric on the bottom. The top and the wrap are black with a gray and silver storm cloud and lightning print. The shoes, bracelet and earrings are gray and slightly opaque with a matte surface. The stitching on Frankie's body is painted on with black and silver and the lipstick is a metallic steel gray color. Frankie's eyes are both gray BUT one is a slightly lighter gray and the other darker, suggesting they are mismatched just like the original Frankie (the original colored doll has one blue eye and one green eye because all her body parts probably come from different people) and I found this tiny detail cute. This Frankie version is made to look like the one from "Skull Shores" and it is a very accurate rendition of the way she looked in the cartoon. The color of the doll DOES actually relate to the "Skull Shores" plot but you have to see the cartoon to understand.
A few people did complain about the stiff hair but as a collector and someone who likes to dress the dolls and take photos, I actually DO understand why they do this to the hair. The boxes get tossed around a lot during shipping. Long hair can be sewn or secured into the package but short or curly hair can be a WRECK once you get the toy out of the box! To prevent this, they put a thick coating of "hair gel" to preserve the short and slightly flipped-under hairdo. If you want to take good photos, many dolls need the hair washed and re-set. There are tons of Monster High hair tutorials online and it is so easy, kids are making most of the how-to videos. With this doll, all I had to do was rinse the hair in warm water, blot it dry with a towel, reshape it and leave it to dry undisturbed overnight. The result was a hairstyle that looked exactly like the cartoon and mine didn't need any extra trimming or styling.
Overall, this is a great toy! As far as durability, I will just say this: It's a Monster High doll, so handle it with care! As many parents have probably discovered, they are not the most durable toy. They also have body parts that come off, making them a poor choice for very small children. If you are a parent, heed the warning labels and note the age recommendations. If you are a collector or a hobbyist, have a spare doll for measuring, trying clothing on and trying out poses. Too much wear and tear and the joints get loose and parts start to fall off randomly. My first Cleo doll is so wobbly she droops like a wet noodle when you try to stand her up. The joints of this Frankie doll seem to be a little tighter but I guess time will tell. She is beautiful, I have made a lot of cool stuff for her and as far as the "fun" factor she gets five stars! Even more fun was the fact I got this doll for the right price. Maybe Mattel IS finally getting a clue and making enough dolls for everyone. Let's hope so! For now, this doll is still pretty easy to find online.
This doll has articulation in her knees, hips, neck, shoulders, elbows, and wrists; giving her a wonderful range of motion in her arms and the ability to 'hold' small objects. Her hands and arms can be taken off for ease of putting on her clothes; I found this difficult to do on the doll I recieved. I had to pull fairly hard to get one hand off, and it slipped snugly back in.
It is fairly easy to slip the doll onto her stand and pose her. She can also stand unassisted if you keep her legs straight.
The only issue I had with my doll is her hair. Her gelled bob was haphazarly cut and styled; random chuncks of the hair were too long in the back, and one piece was gelled smushed and tangled in the front. I was able to fix her hair by rinsing it in warm water with conditioner to get the gel out, cutting it and putting in a little smoothing gel to straighten the smooshed hair in front. Now she looks exactly like the box art.
I have read on Monster High doll communities that the dolls made in Indonesia have their hair glued in instead of rooted, and this glue seeps out through the doll's hair over time. I will edit this review if this happens with my doll.
I have taken off one star for the sorry state my doll's hair came in, but I still recommend her as a nice toy or display piece. (She was $10 after shipping when I ordered her.) Just be prepared to give a little TLC if you are buying online!
Please note that these dolls are fragile and come with VERY small pieces. I would recommend these for collectors and older children.
Hair: Very hairsprayed to keep the bob intact. If possible, check out and compare all of these dolls in your immediate area. We got two- one with big chunks of white hair, and one with lots of dark highlights. They look very different from one another. Pass on the ones with a dose of very mixed white and black hair, as it looks matronly (i.e.gray). The best part- the hair of this doll "glows" with a bluish, radioactive sheen in sunlight.
Shoes and jewelry: On snugly; sensible. (No added accessories with this one; just her stand.)
Outfit: A little risque. Fabric print is of storm clouds with lightning bolts. Top of bathing suit is tied behind Frankie's neck; bottom closes with Velcro. Velcro on bottom cover-up could be wider and tougher.
What more can I say- she's the monster version of Edie Sedgwick. Very "it"!