I'm perhaps quite shocked at how badly it is made (along with the kitchen pasta one).. So far has the PlayDoh kigns fallen.
The main octopus is very poorly made and some serious brain power was lacking.
Not only do you need to remove the Ocotpus to fill it with doh, it also holds a good 1/3 a tub inside that doesn't come out, quite poorly implemented.
The saving grace is the attachments which our son loves. The actual octopus though was soon out of interest.
The box of the packaging makes it look like the octopus legs go really long, when they do not, even if you overfill the storage, and upon further inspection of the box you can see that they've pinched 2 strands together to make it look like the tenticles are long.
If you can get it on offer (at much less than a tenner) then it's perhaps worth getting, compared to the pasta maker though its quite shocking.