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Olympic Mascots Wenlock Policeman Figurine


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  • Hello, I'm Wenlock! Don't I look smart in my police officer’s uniform?
  • I have the important job of protecting you on your journey to the London 2012 Games.
  • Take this figurine on a journey to the London 2012 Olympic Games – we can have lots of fun together!
  • Collect all official Olympic Sports Figurines.
  • Available in Phase 1 and Phase 2 collections.
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Technical Details
Item Weight227 g
Product Dimensions17.3 x 10.9 x 7.6 cm
Item model number0778
Main Language(s)English
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
Radio Control Suitabilityindoor
  
Additional Information
ASINB005HP1UHK
Best Sellers Rank 124,244 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
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Date First Available17 Aug 2011
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 5 years. For use under adult supervision


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560 of 573 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Logan on 27 May 2012
I bought this toy last week and although it arrived quickly and it seems to be well made, I have some concerns. Every fifteen minute since I've opened it out of the packaging, it will shout phrases such as 'I AM THE EYE OF PROVIDENCE', 'PAX ROMANA' and 'THE SECRET IS WITHIN THE GREAT PYRAMID OF GIZA'.

I cannot find the source of the sound on the toy (speaker, etc) and I cannot find a battery compartment either. It's beginning to worry me very much as my dog will do nothing apart from stare at it incessantly for hours on end until he collapses from exhaustion. When he wakes up, he will continue to stare again. He is unresponsive to anything and he is becoming extremely emaciated.
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507 of 519 people found the following review helpful By Scared of Stratford on 27 May 2012
I bought one of these for my nephew but before I could give it to him, Wenlock's 'All Seeing Eye' had spotted the leaflet on my kitchen table for an anti-Olympics protest on the day after the opening ceremony. Before I knew it, the building where I live was surrounded by a special armed Olympics police unit and now I'm banned from central Stratford's "Dispersal Zone" until late September.

This is a disaster as it means I can't visit my nephew at all now, or get to the supermarket. It takes an hour longer to get to work as I can't use Stratford station, a journey that'll be even longer in the summer. Worse, I'm stuck with this tiny, creepy figurine that watches my every move. Overall, I really can't recommend this toy - the massive security around here was going to be bad enough anyway, without it figuratively intruding into my home too.
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321 of 329 people found the following review helpful By fuzzymucus on 25 May 2012
Everywhere I take this toy, I'm followed by thousands of armed soldiers.

I think they're installing missile batteries on m neighbour's house too.

If I try and protest, it's usually quickly silenced by someone pulling back a bolt on a rifle.

Probably not the best gift for a child.
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354 of 363 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 20 May 2012
I bought this toy to take on my Olympic Journey as suggested by the technical details. Imagine my surprise when I woke up the next morning to find that it had left its case, called in reinforcements and kettled me in my bed.

I'm just glad I didn't buy the water cannon or Long Range Acoustic Device accessories.
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329 of 338 people found the following review helpful By S Brind on 27 May 2012
Don't get me wrong, I am as much a fan of sinister corporate tat as the next man. The next man in this instance is my 15 month toddler who likes to put things in his mouth. But this "Wenlock" appears to be a cyclops with a tit on his head. I find it frightening. I'm a 42 year old man and this ... thing ... is like something that has escaped from a remake of Sapphire and Steel.

It doesn't make me feel safe. It makes me feel violated; as though someone has spent the money I gave them for health and education on something expensive for their mates.

Whilst I am certain that it may have uses as a scarecrow or a very uncomfortable sex toy I can't put it on my shelf because it seems to be screaming at me "Guilty! GUILTY! GUILTY!!"
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368 of 378 people found the following review helpful By Godsballs on 28 May 2012
Since buying this toy, my neighbours collection of Gollies have all been unduly harassed or locked away in a cupboard for no reason.
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253 of 260 people found the following review helpful By diatribe on 27 May 2012
The figurine is well presented, and is delivered in an impregnable brutalist inspired box. When it first arrived it spent some time telling me about how it didn't do so well in school, but really wanted to be a useful member of society by helping protect the people around it. The uniform makes it a bit difficult to distinguish one Wenlock Figurine from another, and there was no serial number on the packaging. I have heard that if several Wenlock Figurines are put near each other they can form a "kettle" and get mixed up, so I used tipex to mark the foot of mine. It must be something to do with the plastic but I keep having to reapply the mark. I put this figurine on a shelf with my collection.

My, previously good-natured happy-go-lucky, Winnie-the-Pooh figurine has started to get up early each morning to catch the tube and slumps in front of the TV every night when he gets home. I keep finding pots of Pooh's honey on Wenlock's section of the shelf.

Paddington Bear has fared even worse. I have found a number of cylindrical bruises on various parts of Paddington's body. And every time Paddington goes to the train station Wenlock follows him there and then searches Paddington's bags.

I keep finding Peter Rabbit locked in my desk drawer with Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail. When I get them back out, Wenlock starts telling all my other Figurines where they have been.

Wenlock won't let Big-Ears work with Noddy any more although when I reviewed the paper work it seemed Wenlock had miss-spelt Noddy's name as "King Herod".

My Bob-the-Builder now has 7 holes in his head and most of my other toys seem to have ink on their hands.

Every time I look, Worzel Gummidge seems to be sitting in a different place.
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329 of 338 people found the following review helpful By M. Bowman on 9 Jun 2012
Also known as "My Little Drony", this plastic Beelzebub all-knowingly looks into my very thoughts like the Eye of Sauron in in a hat. The five Olympic rings were forged in the fires of Mordor, and I know that Wenlock wants them, to gain supreme power over the human race, on behalf of Adidas, BP, Dow Chemical, McDonalds, and all the other hoardes of Satan, I mean, sustainability partners. I know that Wenlock can hear me typing - he can scent that I've used the word Olympics in a non-corporate approved manner, diluting his unholy brand image. I fear I haven't got much time... He is at the window... I... OH GOD... PLEASE... NO!
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