Thursday, 3 December 2015

Portable North Pole - Christmas Magic in a Message

We are big fans of Portable North Pole ever since we made our first video for Ben three years ago.  He was amazed at the time and now three years on the magic in every PNP video or call is still very much there.

Ben is now in Year 1 in school and I am very sad to say he came home from school a few weeks ago saying that some of the kids said Santa wasn't real and it was the Mummies and Daddies who were really Santa. I knew straight away we had to make sure Ben got a very special PNP message from the big man himself.

What is Portable North Pole

Within the PNP site Santa and his elves use a special console, the Portable North Pole (PNP for short) to stay in touch with his millions of friends around the globe. This magical console makes it possible for Santa to bring happiness, holiday cheer and joy through his special "Merry Christmas!" video and call messages.


The Personalisation options available for the Videos and Calls are excellent. I decided to do the Tour of the Post Office one for Ben who had just written his letter to Santa. You can tailor the message perfectly to your child by adding photos which include a picture of your child, the gift they want, their house and family and pet photos. Ben was amazed when he saw himself, not to mention the BB-8 toy he desperately wants along with our house and photos of him with the rest of our family on holidays and with his beloved puppy Tuco.

Watching the video with him was definitely magical, seeing his amazement when Santa said he had received his letter not to mention seeing his book alongside that of his brother Zachary's and sister Zoey's. I used the download video function to save it so I could share it here for you all to see just how awesome it is.

I also love the fact that you can download a certificate for your child to certify they are on the Nice List - I think I will be saving this one for Stardust, our elf on the shelf to bring.

Portable North Pole Passes

We have been reviewing the Portable North Pole Gold Pass which costs £9.99 and allows for unlimited HD downloads which is fantastic for keeping the magic going in the run up to the big day and especially if you have more than one child. The passes available are as follows with 5% being donated to a children's hospitals.


Our Verdict

We love PNP and I think it has definitely removed any doubt about Santa that may have been in Ben's mind so I am very grateful for it. The videos and calls are so well put together and the personalisation options are superb, I can without hesitation recommend it. 

*Disclaimer: I received a PNP Gold Pass. All views and opinions are my own and unbiased. 


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