REVIEW: Baby Treesons
Crazy Label’s Treeson vinyl was one of the hottest toys of 2006. Based on Bubi Au Yeung’s story - Treeson and Ren, the character has now been released in a line of mini figures.
The Baby Treeson series does not have the tree branch that was sticking out of the larger figure’s chest. But what it does have is a variety of colors and facial expressions. Those different colors are: Classic White, Baby Blue, Pastel Pink and Almond Brown.
You can purchase the Baby Treesons as a 10-pack or individually. Each individual figure is packed in a zipper bag in the matching color of the character that’s inside. The ratio in the 10 pack is 2 each of the blue and white and 3 each of the brown and pink.
The Baby Treeson has been released in 4 different colors: Classic
White, Baby Blue, Pastel Pink and Almond Brown. Each rotocast vinyl
figure is approximately 3” in height and has zero points of
Let’s run down the differences between the Baby Treesons. Classic
White is wearing a nice pair of black spectacles (limited to 800
pieces). Baby Blue has a sad expression (limited to 800 pieces).
Almond Brown has a face like a bear (limited to 1,200 pieces). Pastel
Pink is whistling a tune (limited to 1,200 pieces).
We awarded the original Treeson our Toy of the Year back in 2006.
Since then, Crazy Label has released a number of different colorways
and a few different sizes. But this new series is our favorite since
We’re introduced to four completely new facial expressions. And the
pastel colors that are used aren’t too bright, nor do they detract from
the figure. They’ve kept to what’s appealing about the character…being
I guess the only negative I have is that there aren’t enough
characters. I’d love seeing a lineup of 10 or so different Baby
Treesons. But who knows…maybe we’ll see that in the future.
Contact DKE Toys for wholesale information.
You can pick one up at the following:
Baby Treeson Grades:
Fun Factor: 8/10
Have this figure? What do you rate it?