The Coles Stikeez range is currently going crazy around the nation, so well that Coles could already be planning another round of Stikeez collectables.

The collection in South Africa released a follow up to their initial miniature series with Stikeez 2, Creatures of the Deep.

Stikeez 2 featured figurines of a variety of sea creatures, such as whales, sharks, fish, squids and crabs, and some glow in the dark.

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The South African supermarket group said it had raised turnover by 8.5 percent thanks to the first campaign, despite an increasingly challenging market environment.

The original range of Stikeez figurines of 24 fruits and vegetables were released to help make healthy eating fun.

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  • And so the madness and mayhem begins again.

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  • The containers you are supposed to put them are probably expensive. Things need to be more educational. The current are so small that parents need to put them away until children can safely play with them….and not put them in their mouths like toddlers do.

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  • But why plastic??!! Please please please stop making small plastic pieces that end up in landfill or the ocean.

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  • I don’t collect stikeez but when I shop if I see someone who is collecting them for their children I will give them what I’m due.

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  • Who knows what they’ll do hopefully something fun without too many to collect.

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  • Oh well. They’re going to do SOMETHING aren’t they?

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  • I haven’t been getting stickeez at all…

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  • I say…..”BRING BACK COLES MINI’S” love them. But my kids love the Stikeez


    • The original Minis are cute and I agree – were a lot of fun to collect.

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  • Not a fan of stikeez. Woolworths’ disney words is so much better

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  • OoooooooOOoooo so cool can’t wait for the new additions ahhahaaaa

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  • my youngest two call the squeezies!

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  • Wasn’t overly impressed by the original stikeez – not at all excited by second round.

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  • I love the fruit and veg ones because it promotes conversation on healthy eating not sure I’m intontgese ones

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  • I am glad my kids have grown out of these supermarket collectables – I really loved the animal ones that woolworths did that was educational. I really think that they should increase the education component of their collectables to encourage more families to collect them. Junky bits of plastic that are choking hazards to children and pets and will eventually end up in landfill really just doesn’t cut it in this day and age!

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  • no more plastic please

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