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Vintage Tyco Baby Feels So Real Doll Shirt

Baby Feels so Real by Tyco (1991)

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  • Baby Feels So Real dolls are filled with a gel type fluid, generally agreed to be corn syrup, to make them heavy like a real baby. The early Mego dolls had blonde hair and were scented, like baby powder. If left in a hot place the doll would go very soft and liquid, if too cold, the gel inside would freeze.

    Baby Feels So Real dolls are filled with a gel type fluid, generally agreed to be corn syrup, to make them heavy like a real baby. The early Mego dolls had blonde hair and were scented, like baby powder. If left in a hot place the doll would go very soft and liquid, if too cold, the gel inside would freeze.

  • A different model of Baby Feels So Real dolls were then produced by Tyco Toys in the early 1990s. Tyco were best known for their electric racing products. They branched out in the early 1990s to develop products such as the Baby Feels So Real dolls. These were made in China for the company.

    Most collectors of Baby Feels So Real dolls collect the doll they had as a child. This is either the Mego 1970s-80s doll, or the Tyco 1990s doll. Often they are collected not necessarily as an investment or as part of a greater collection, but because of nostalgia. Many people want their own children to experience the same toys that they loved when they were young.

  • Most collectors of Baby Feels So Real dolls collect the doll they had as a child. This is either the Mego 1970s-80s doll, or the Tyco 1990s doll. Often they are collected not necessarily as an investment or as part of a greater collection, but because of nostalgia. Many people want their own children to experience the same toys that they loved when they were young.

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Baby Feels So Real dolls are dolls first produced by The Mego Corporation in the 1970s-early 1980s, and slightly different models produced by Tyco Toys in the early 1990s.