Saturday, November 5, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide: Lite Sprites Review (And a Giveaway)

Who are the Lite Sprites? Well they are this great new toy that will spark imagination and play for little girls, more about Lite Sprites from the website:

WowWee, an award-winning manufacturer of toys, is set to release Lite Sprites™, a new toy brand for girls that is equal parts magical, interactive, and empowering. For the first time ever, girls have the power and ability to magically collect and share color and light in the unique play world of Lite-Topia.
The Lite Sprites™ live in Lite-Topia, an enchanted land that sparkles with color and light. The Sprites collect, share and use color and light to express their emotions. The Sprite Sisterhood includes five Sprites, each with a special power: Prisma, the leader; Astra, the keeper of the skies; Brooke, who takes care of the water; Meadow, who is responsible for the plants, flowers and trees; and Bleak, the rebel Sprite who uses her powers to disrupt color in Lite-Topia.
Catch the Lite Sprites™ animated web series at to follow along each week as lead Sprite Prisma and her friends discover their Lite Wands. For more info about the story behind the Sprites, check out

The magic begins in early August when Lite Sprites™ will be available at retail. The brand is launching with one Lite Wand, five Lite Sprites™ (each with her own Forest Pod), four deluxe playsets (Waterfall, Windmill, Flower and Swing), the Tree of Lite Playset, and 21 collectible Lite Pets.

Using the Lite Wand, girls ages 4+ can collect almost any color from nearly any flat surface in their real world environment and magically share it with the Lite Sprites™ and their world. The Lite Sprites™ can catch color from the Wand, can share and catch color from each other, and also with the playsets. Each playset includes a path so you can collect and connect playsets to create an ever-changing world of color and light.

I was very fortunate to be able to have my daughter review a Lite Sprite lite wand & Prisma forest pod.

Lite Sprites™ live in Lite-Topia, a magical land that sparkles with color and light. With the powerful Lite Wand, you can collect and share color with Prisma.
  • Share color to make Prisma and other Lite Sprites™* glow
  • Prisma includes 10 special colors to share
  • Cast color spells to help Lite-Topia playsets* shine
  • Add up to 40 new colors to Lite Wand’s 10 color built-in library
  • Colorful lights and magical sounds
  • Lite Wand includes 2 color LEDs and light-up orb, built-in color library, magical SFX, color spells, 2 color games and volume control
  • Ages 4+
  • Batteries:
    • Lite Wand: 4 x “AAA” (not included)
    • Prisma: 3 x “LR44” (included and installed)

Suggested retail: $29.99

My Review:

Are you shopping for different toys this holiday season? Here is a fun toy that is pretty cool to play with.  My daughter was incredibly excited when she found out she would be able to review a Lite Sprite lite wand & Prisma forest pod.  The toy was easy to set up, and to start playing.

The color transfer feature which makes this toy unique and adds another fun element to the toy. The Lite Wand has 10 colors built into it but you can add up to 40 to it.  I like that each of the little sprites have their own personality and color. My daughter has so much fun with the wand, she was just dancing all around the house pretending to be a fairy (sprite), she is just too cute.  I am sure this will be the hit of the holiday season.

Of course my daughter had to check out the Lite Sprites website.  The Lite Sprite’s website if filled with product information, videos and more. There is a cute game on the site as well “Butterfly’s flower hunt” my daughter had fun playing that too.

She found out about the Tree of Lite Playset guess what she wants for Christmas? Well we will see if we can get Santa to put this under the tree this year? We shall see! Perhaps some more lite sprites and lite sprites pes can make their way under the tree too?

I would recommend the Lite Sprites for the little girl you are shopping for this holiday season. The holidays are right around the corner, so make sure to visit your local store to pick up some Lite Sprites for the holidays.

The great folks at WowWee have offered one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a  Lite Sprite lite wand & Prisma forest pod. To enter please visit Lite Sprites™ and check out the site, then come back here and let me know your favorite item. There are other ways to win, just enter below.

But it:

The Prisma, Light Wand, and Forest Pod, the suggested retail price is $29.99. The Lite Sprite and Forest Pod, the suggested retail price is $14.99. The Lite Sprites Deluxe Playset, is $19.99. For the Lite Sprites Tree of Life, the suggested retail price is $39.99. Lite Pets they retail for $6.99.

You can purchase Lite Sprites at Target, Walmart, and

Win it:

One reader will win a  Lite Sprite lite wand & Prisma forest pod

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions .  I revived a wand and pod to review., No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


abfantom said...

My daughter has been begging me for the Meadow Lite Sprites ever since she saw the commercial for them

abfantom at yahoo dot com

SnowflakeDay (Audra) said...

My favorite are the Lite Pets Sets; especially the Set 3 with the frog.

Jill Myrick (jsc123) said...

My favorit item is Bleak.


daveshir2005 said...

I like the meadow lite sprites.

Unknown said...

lite pet set

c allen said...

i love the swing playset crystal l allen

barb hunt said...

Thanks for the great contest!

Kathy P said...

i like the Lite Pets Set 2

ReggieMann said...

I like the Swing Playset

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