[バービー]Barbie Made to Move Doll, Pink Top DHL82 [並行輸入品]
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大人気！MattelのBarbie Made to Move Barbie Doll, Pink Topです！早目にお買い求め下さい！
As with the entire line of Made To Move Barbies, her body is a durable, high quality plastic well suited to older collectors or for rugged play. Her skin tone is similar, but not quite identical to that of the "pink top" doll - I believe there are no two in this series that have identical coloration, which makes it so much easier for the purposes of head swapping. Although I'd be hard pressed to remove the head on this one. Pretty doesn't even begin to describe it. She *glows*.
The standard pros & cons with the first wave applies also to the second. Her hair is on the oily side, though that can easily be remedied with talcum powder and a light shampooing. Their body shape is a bit bulkier, but clothes from the Fashionista line seem to fit these dolls perfectly. I'm not crazy about the articulated ankles, yet that is forgivable. Range of movement is unparalleled with all Made To Moves, the plastic is heavy/high grade, better even, then those old twisty waist dolls of yore.
I dearly hope to see more of them in the future. And if you can only afford to buy one, I highly recommend the red head!
Thankfully, as I am now starting to collect dolls and customize them for my granddaughter, I have found the almost perfect articulated Barbie. Made to Move Barbie has articulation points at so many points, there is only one more I could wish for (her waist) but even without that, it is a fantastic doll for both play and to use to customize.
I picked up the red-hair Barbie first but have now purchased several more. My plan is to have one of each for my granddaughter to play with and then to match body shades to other dolls so I can switch their heads on the articulated body. Then I can have fun customizing the dolls.
So far, really like the red-hair girl best. My husband has actually made off with her so he can have his 1990's English Action Man (kind of a James Bond character) pose with her. Each day, I find Barbie and Action Man in different poses, so he is obviously having fun with her as well.
Her articulation points are at neck, shoulder, elbows, wrists, upper torso (not at waist unfortunately), hips, knees, and ankles. Her hair is red and she has a few freckles on her lovely closed mouth face. Her eyes are brown, lips are a soft pink and she does not have nail polish.
The doll comes with a stretchy aqua and orange top and black yoga pants and does not include shoes. The clothes stretch well with her. The only concern I have is whether or not Mattel will make clothes or shoes to fit her (her feet are flat but are too small to fit in other flat foot Barbie shoes.) If not, I can make the clothes and my husband can use our 3D printer to make her shoes. My concern is really for children who want to play dress up with her.
I sincerely hope Mattel answers the call and makes proper clothes and accessories for this great doll. I also hope that they use this body type on many other dolls in the future. It is a fantastic doll with tons of versatility. You can see some of the fun we have been having with this doll once my photos show up. She practices yoga all the time and, as I mentioned, she likes to pose with Action Man as well.
The standard Made To Move pros & cons apply here, with the exception that her hair seems of better quality than most of the others. Her curls are held together with product (not glue!) and the joints, especially on her skin tone, can be conspicuous. She is naturally charming - no heavy makeup need apply - and the body shape is athletically toned but shapely. She is a well put together, high quality, articulated doll.
I am delighted to see the direction in which Mattel is taking this line, and sincerely hope we see more Barbies conforming to these standards, not to mention how disappointed I'd be if this is the last we see of the Made To Moves. She is quickly growing on me, and with the right outfit, I think she has a great deal of potential as a displayable doll. If you are collecting this line, don't pass her by!
She can wear standard barbie clothing and wears both heels and flats since her feet and ankles are articulated. Just know that if you want to put on a really short skirt you can see the seams towards her upper thigh where her legs twist inward and outward.
The one thing that I am not too happy about are the elbows and arms...the sealing at the joints seem a bit rushed, but if you put on a long sleeved shirt, you can't even see it. I think the more these dolls are produced, the quality will become better. But the doll does feel durable for both a child and an adult collector who likes to frequently pose the doll for play or photos.
I highly recommend this doll.