VIDEO: Watch Nick and Tom Unbox a Giant Chest of “Frozen 2” Toys by Hasbro

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If you’ve ever wanted to witness two grown men attempt to braid an Elsa doll’s hair, now’s your chance. Thanks to Hasbro, we received a giant box of “Frozen 2” toys that were recently released as part of Frozen Fan Fest. The box was probably my height if propped up vertically, so that should give you an idea of how jam-packed it was.

Of course, the natural progression of things was to crack it open and play with all the new items! Some highlights were the Frozen 2 Play-Doh Mysteries Globe Playset, Olaf Bop-It, and some slightly questionable singing Anna and Elsa dolls.

You can watch our full unboxing and review in the video below as Nick and Tom fumble around with all of the toys. If you’re into the sound of opening toy packages, there’s that bit of asmr edge for you, too.

Will you be purchasing any of these toys for the holiday season? If there’s anything you liked in the unboxing that you’d like to shop for, don’t forget to check out the full collection of Frozen 2 toys, now available on

We received this chest of toys for free from Hasbro and will be donating all unopened packages to Toys for Tots.

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Jessica Figueroa

Jessica lives in South Florida with her 15-pound cat Gordo and a small army of Tsum Tsums. You can contact her, ideally with photos of your cats, at [email protected]

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Bob from Toledo
Bob from Toledo

Well that wasn’t sad at all. Are you going to be making slime next?

Bob MacKay
Bob MacKay

And steal your thunder? Perish the thought!

Justin Staub
Justin Staub

So, is Tom super-tall or is Nick super-short?

Tom Corless
Tom Corless