Portable North Pole is in it's 8th year and has 7 new story lines for Christmas 2015 - such as an Elf's house or Santa's post office.
PNP - Portable North Pole is the most fun, innovative and authentic Santa personalisation video and call experience available today!
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.
We tried out the Gold Pass which costs £9.99 and comes with unlimited HD downloads - Videos and Calls, we made a video for Maegan for this blog post - and I can't wait to make another one for Blake too as well as explore other options such as the Christmas Eve video and the birthday messages.
You can also create videos and calls in the free App as well as the website - there are options in the calls for if you are taking part in "elf on the shelf" activities :)
One of the most important things for us was the prenounciation of Maegan's name which is a Welsh spelling but pronounced Megan. It was really simple to locate the correct sound from the drop down list - and just incase you really do struggle, there are options for generic terms instead such as "friend" etc.
You can also choose Santa's verdict so you'd better watch out!
It's really easy to find the video's you've created and you can edit or email them, and share on social media.
As an added bonus, next to the video you have created, there is also a "Download Certificate" link that creates a printable and adorable certificate - Maegan's was for the nice list!
The system also stores info so if I was to create another video for Maegan, it will remember my options to save time but these are all editable too, for example, I could change the activity Meg enjoys from reading to drawing.
It's really special to see the details you add in the videos, it creates such a magical experience for the children and the Father Christmas in the films is with out a doubt the real deal! - look out for subtle inclusions such as names on the books (Blake and Maegan are both on the book spines)
Blake was excited to spot himself in Meg's video too - I think she liked that Father Christmas knew who her big brother was!
I've included a snippet of Maegan's video so you can see how lovely it is.
I like that the Gold Package comes with unlimited videos - very handy when I've got more than one small person :) I'm happy with the service and ease of use and feel £9.99 is fair for what you get in return - there is also a free version available too.
All the stills have been taken from Maegan's actual video.
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Disclaimer - I received a Gold Pass for a limited period so that I was able to write this review. - All thoughts are my own, and yes, I really do rate PNP.