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Posted on Jun 12, 2013

Bling Collection Tin – Golden Bin Weevils and Bin Bot Robots

Bling Collection Tin – Golden Bin Weevils and Bin Bot Robots

Character Options sent us this Bin Weevils Bling Tin for Son’s #1 and #2 to review.

Son#1 loves to hold my laptop hostage and spend a quality hour playing Bin Weevils online. He emitted a little squeal of delight when he opened the tin and found Bin Weevils he could play with in real life.

Here’s the official marketing photo:

Bin Weevils Bling Tin

The tin is shiny, solid and attractive. I am surely not the only parent that swoons at the prospect of a toy that comes with its own storage.

Inside there are three plastic layers, like a calorie-free chocolate box, of the gold figures, Bin Bots, and then 6 plinths.

The gold Tink and Clot figures have crisp paint jobs – no smudged eyeballs, or splurged mouths. Their legs are a bit bendy which means they don’t snap off when played with.

They're Bin Weevils, and they're gold, so they're doubly awesome.

They’re Bin Weevils, and they’re gold, so they’re doubly awesome.


Underneath these is the layer of 6 Bin Bots. These are tiny (like less than an inch tall) plastic figures. They are made from coloured, transparent plastic. Like the gold figures, these are well made, with clean lines – no tatty plastic left overs from the mould.

The final layer very nearly went into our bin, then Son#1 figured out what they were – plastic discs you can join together to display your Bin Bots on.

Figured out what to do with the plastic discs - display stand for Bin Bots.

Figured out what to do with the plastic discs – display stand for Bin Bots.

Overall, I thought these were pretty good value for £10, especially as the tin is so useful.

Character Options kindly offered to send this toy, at no cost, for me to review. All views and opinions are my own.

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