To start here is a photo of her tag.
This doll’s torso is completely fabric, however I noticed that the fabric used is different from most dolls. This fabric reminds me of spandex rather than the cotton fabric that I am used to seeing.
Here she is from the side. You notice here that she has a dial on her back, we will get to that later.
This is the stamp found on the back of here neck, BATTAT.
She has a very sweet face, with deep brown eyes, a lovely smile, and rosy cheeks. I like her eyebrows as they look like real hair.
This doll’s eyes close while lying.
She has rooted hair however, it is not sparse in the least. This doll has so much hair to play with! (Hence the name I suppose.)
Look at the length of her beautiful locks!
Her hands have nice detailing.
Her elbows don’t have too much definition. Her arms joints look very similar to the other soft bodied dolls I have reviewed. However her joints were so tight, I was not able to pull her arms out enough to see if there was a string inside.
Her knee has a bit of definition in the front, but not so much in the back.
Again her legs joints look like the other dolls, but I ran into the same problem here that I did with the arms.
So here’s what truly makes this doll different from the other OG dolls:
This little dial adjusts the length of Phoebe’s hair. We will show you how it works in the video below:
Due to this dial in the back and the mechanism inside, her waist is a bit thicker than the other OG dolls. This difference in size limits her wardrobe choices, which can be a struggle when you are young, and your doll doesn’t fit all the same clothes as your sister’s. (I know this from a personal experience.)
*As always on our blog, prices are listed in Canadian dollars (CAD), unless otherwise stated.*
We just recently learned that Our Generation dolls and accessories are also now available at Well.ca! Great news for Canadian doll fans!