2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
not magic, not flexible,
This review is from: Magic Choc Flexible Modelling Chocolate Starter Box (Pack of 2) (Grocery)
'Santa' got my children one of these each for Christmas this year (age 7 and 5). They were so excited when we got them out to do in March having had them hidden away. This was the hardest, crumbliest most frustrating magic, flexible choc you could imagine. The discs were stuck together and just broke in half when you tried to separate them. The children could only make fingerprints on it and soon gave up.
It said to use your fingertips to mould the choc rather than your palms but frankly I don't have that much strength in my fingertips. The discs broke and crumbled all over the table and when you did warm it up a bit in your hands and got it moving a bit it then crumbled through the middle and fell apart again. As for taking the modelled pieces and sticking them together to make the models well good luck with that too. My children long gone with boredom I battled on for half an hour and with aching knuckles managed a flat rocket laid out on a plate - all the pieces still separate and not particularly three-dimensional like the pictures.
I checked the sell by thinking perhaps i had hidden it away too long but there is still a year to go. My daughter was eventually allowed to just eat some of the chocolate and she did say it was quite nice. My son wasn't interested in his rocket.
my advice would be to buy those bars of choc with a moulded picture on it.