13 July 2012

WOW toys



It's hard to find toys that are fantastic quality yet great value but WOW toys offer just that.

We were sent a Flip 'n' Tip Fred to review and Jamster was so excited when it arrived! He removed it from the packaging immediately and stayed in his dressing gown all morning to play, he didn't want to put it down.


Whats included
  • A motorised truck named Fred
  • 3 recycling bins
  • 2 characters named Lucy and George





The truck is motorised yet doesn't require batteries and it has several moving parts which help to keep children entertained. It brings fun to the idea of recycling and being tidy which is always beneficial!
The product is designed for children aged 18m - 5 yrs and even though Jamster has just turned 6 he thoroughly enjoyed playing with it. He is very much into lorries and vehicles in general.

There are tipping buckets to the back and front
  
The characters can sit inside or on top of the truck
The side door opens and closes
There are also realistic engine sounds, an automatic revolving waste crusher and a carry handle for taking it out and about with you. They really have thought of everything!

As well as being a fun push-along toy the playset has learning benefits too. From as young as 18 months this toy provides sensory stimulation and develops motor skills. As your child gets older it will help with role play, learning, discovery and social interaction too.

To check out the large variety of WOW toys and find your nearest stockist head over to their website.

2 comments :

  1. That looks fab! My girl isn't into trucks as such, but that one looks big and chunky enough for her to fully enjoy at 21months old. Also love the idea of it being motorise and making noise but not requiring batteries. It's one thing I always forget haha.

    Fab post, will be looking into these toys!

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    1. They are great quality and they have a lovely range of girls toys too x

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