I buy these every year for the little kids when I hand out candy on Halloween. They love them (and some of the older kids do too). Will continue to purchase this item.
October 2, 2010
I will hand these out to Trick or Treaters. I think the kids will enjoy something other than candy. Very cute. A little flimsy, but for the price, they're not made to last forever.
November 23, 2013
Smaller than expected. Some did not work well. Had to assemble before we gave out. Woudl not re-order for next year.
November 21, 2013
GREAT FOR HALLOWEEN
HALLOWEEN PINWHEELS ARE GREAT FOR THE SMALLER CHILDREN. THEY LOVE THEM!
October 21, 2012
Don't buy them.
these are poorly made. The fins of the pinwheels are unevenly cut. Most won't spin. Do not purchase, not worth it at any price. Dissapointing as most items i get here are decent.
October 16, 2012
Item is smaller than standard pin wheels. Some of the plastic on the wheels came in crushed and are not able to be folded out to spin correctly. Straws are the actual sticks. Overall, would not have bought these if I had known.
October 3, 2012
I was very very disappointed. If you lay the pinwheel on a ruler and flatten it out then you will reach the 4 1/2". Over half won't spin. They are very cute online and in person just disappointed with the overall product.
September 27, 2011
Pinwheel heads are ok & seem to last. The plastic sticks they attach to are poor quality & do not weather well. Many of the holes were not big enough for the stick to fit into & had to be altered. Wood or metal sticks would be more helpful.
July 3, 2011
I bought these for both my boys 4th grade & 1st grade classes. The pinwheels were a hit in both classes..I did have to attach the bottom to the top for all 3 dozen(took approx. 1/2 hr.), but well worth it in the end.
November 3, 2010
The pinwheels are very cute when assembled. They were however somewhat smashed together in shipping. Also, some of the plastic joints on the back of the pinwheel (in which you place the lollipop stick) were not fully cut open. I had to use a knife to open the wholes enough to slide the stick on.
October 27, 2010