Kinder Joy Review
As I have mentioned in my previous post, Kinder Joy is now in the Philippines. My son and I went to their product launch at SM Mall of Asia last Saturday. There were lots of fun activities that my son have eagerly joined – Car Race, Photo Booth, Balloon Making to name a few.
Before we even got an invite to attend the event and receive the loot that the PR gave to my son, I already bought him 2 pcs. of Kinder Joy at Watsons. The price is cheaper at Watsons for P45 per piece compared to P49 at SM Supermarket and P50 plus at 7/11 stores.
The first toy that Ren got was a boat which was not so good but I am glad that the second one was a red car. Even though the second one was a lot better than the first one, my son played them both and it kept him busy while I covered the Burger King event (also at SM MOA).
I have to admit, that although there were some toys inside the Kinder Joy that we found unappealing, we have noticed that the plastic used have a good quality. This maybe the reason why it is expensive besides the yummy chocolate along with it.
By the way, if you are just like me who got this Kinder Joy for the first time, the white item attached that looks like a silhouette of a man is the spoon that you can use to eat the chocolate inside. A co-blogger just told me about it when he saw me looking for ways to eat the chocolate (inosente lang ang lola nyo)
Just like the famous chocolate Ferrero, the Kinder Joy chocolate is also yummy and addicting.
The PR gave us 4 pieces of Kinder Joy as a Thank You gift after the event. I didn’t let my son open it at the same time. I told him that he can open one per day and that he needs to be good. Opening Kinder Joy became his motivation to behave at the school and at the house.
I know it’s kinda expensive and can ruin a budget of a middle class family like ours, but I think opening it made my son very happy which made the item worth it. This Christmas, this I think is a nice gift for your inaanak, may toys na sila may pagkain pa.