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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  • We are slowly getting the first set…the second set looks like a whole lot of themed fun.

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  • Not interested too much work involved in trying to get the complete sets.

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  • I’m just not ready for another one. I need a break!

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  • Fortunately it’s not something I’m interested in.

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  • Yet another item my kids won’t be collecting

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  • Let us get this set first… there are just way to many collectable items at the moment.

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  • I think they’re a bit of harmless fun. They cost nothing. I haven’t collected any of these collectables, but I have helped others get their sets by giving them my pieces

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  • I’ve not been a fan of these but as a teacher my class is doing an ocean theme later in the year so these would be great!

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  • I don’t doubt they will appear sooner or later here. I certainly don’t go out of my way to collect them.

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  • This will surely be very popular!

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  • I dont think this promotion was a good one at all and I just don’t get why they would bring another one out??

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  • Maybe if they wait awhile. There’s been so many of these promotions recently. And I think these stickez things are so pointless.

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  • Ha! Ha! Very possible. And I guess it will be a big success like the first one. :-)

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  • Beyond a joke if they bring it to Australia. This is really bad marketing aimed at young ones that don’t understand these big ploys.

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  • I can’t keep up with it ! Too much.

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