Please note that nearly all of the good reviews for this product are misleadingly by people who are happy with the item being delivered quickly but haven't yet tried it out.
Once they do so, they will undoubtedly agree with the poor ratings. We bought one for our granddaughter, and the result:- Flew erratically and dangerously through the air before hitting the ceiling/wall and crashing to the ground. Dangerous, not fun, and our granddaughter wouldn't go near it. Nothing like the advert at all
My mother-in-law purchased one of these for our daughter thinking it was a genuine Flutterbye Flying Fairy as sold in Argos and Toys R Us, but it is a fake imitation and of poor quality. It looks very similar to the real thing, even with the same colours, but it is called a Beautiful Flying Fairy on the box. We are in the process of trying to get her money back, but the company are trying to discourage us by saying it was shipped from China and we will pay a high price for return, despite the post sticker from Slough! I encourage everyone who as purchased one of these to pursue a claim for misguided advertising. Check out the rules on trading standards!
This item does not do what the advertisment says.It will not flutter above the childs hand.When launched it goes straight up to the ceiling and stays there.no control whatsoever.I have done the resets etc.still the same,will be returning this item for one that works,or a full refund
This toy is not as you see on the adverts, it's erratic, crashes into everything in its path, the two balancing sticks on BOTH of the dolls I bought broke off on Christmas day - total waste of money and I have two very disappointed daughters who both had this on top of their Christmas list after seeing the tv adverts. Im not happy.