I don't know any Harry Potter fan who doesn't have a huge soft spot for Dobby.
Me and Tamsin went to see The Deathly Hallows Part One together and when she said, recently in a post, that she howled when Dobby died...she wasn't kidding!
Anything that encourages kids to save and become responsible with money can, in my opinion, only be a good thing.
Life is far easier when YOU are in control of your money rather than the other way around, so laying the foundations for good saving habits early on is a fabulous 'gift' to give to your child.
With this Dobby interactive money box, the House Elf will become your child's financial friend - whenever they put money into the box, Dobby will come to life and recite some of his, and other character's, best-known lines from the films.
He's suitable for young savers aged six years and over and whilst I can't find any battery information anywhere, I think we can safely assume that he'll need some - either AA or AAA - and that they're not included.
Delivery from Home Bargains costs either 50p for a small parcel or £2.99 for a medium parcel - your guess is as good as mine as to which category Dobby falls into but, either way, it's not going to break the bank.