McDonald's Japan has just launched a new special range of Happy Meal Toys for their 50th Anniversary. Rather than their usual character-centred toys in collaboration with companies like Disney and Sanrio, their new toys are mini versions of McDonald's restaurant essentials.
What makes them even better is that they are functional like the real thing so you can fully immerse yourself in the role of a McDonald's crew member.
Keep reading to find out more about these McDonald's Happy Meal Toys and where to buy them online in Singapore!
#1 McDonald's Mini Cash Machine
This set comes with a mini cash register, little pieces of money and even a fake McDonald's-themed credit card. Press the buttons to change the order, then swipe the card and the cash drawer will pop out!
#2 McDonald's Crew Sun Visor
We imagine this will be a hit amongst kids for role-playing games as the McDonald's staff. The badge can also be pinned on clothes and changes colour when dipped in cold water.
#3 McDonald's Mini McDelivery Box
This cute mini McDelivery box comes with stickers of their signature meals like hotcakes and burgers that you can paste on the panels.
#4 McDonald's Mini Happy Meal Set
You can fit the tiny burger, edamame side and strawberry milk inside the mini Happy Meal box. The burger is made out of even smaller individual parts so you can make your own burger.
#5 McDonald's Mini Drink Dispenser
Probably the most exciting toy of the bunch, this mini drink dispenser actually dispenses drinks! Simply fill up the tank with water at the top and press the button to dispense it into the mini McDonald's cup. As an added touch of fun, the cup changes colour when it's filled with liquid.
#6 McDonald's Mini Edamame Corn
Edamame and corn is a regular menu item in Japan, and you can assemble your own cup of this healthy snack with the mini scoop that has a suction effect to pick up the "edamame corn" and place it in the bowl.
Check out how these toys work:
Although these toys are exclusive to Japan, there's a local Carouseller, Japanorders, who is taking preorders for them at $60 for a full set of six toys and shipping them to Singapore for $2/$4.
5 August update: the seller has informed us that the first batch of preorders are sold out and subsequent orders will have raised prices at $80 and $100.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG