Wednesday 28 November 2012

WOW Toys - Police Plane Pete Review

 When WOW Toys offered Spud the chance to select a toy from a range of 3 to review, he quickly selected Police Plane Pete. Suitable for ages 1½-5 years I was a little worried Spud might find the toy too babyish, he didn't but instead loves his new Petey as he calls it. 

WOW Toys have very kindly offered 1 of my lucky readers/visitors a chance to win a Police Plane Pete & Police Chase Charlie, click here to enter.

Inside the box was a Police plane called Pete and 2 removable figures; Office Foley and Buddy the dog.

Don't you just hate it when you can't find any new batteries, and you don't know what toy to steal some from? Police Plane Pete is strictly friction powered, and his propellers rotate without the need for any electricity which means no batteries!! Spud loves his new plane and I love the quietness of it!

 The plane has a rotating tail to reveal 3 secret compartments as seen below. The secret compartments store some extremely important cargo, such as police equipment and their lunch!

 Developmental benefits:
From 1½ years – Sensory stimulation and motor skill development
From 2 years – Discovery & learning
From 2½ years – Social interaction
From 3 years – Role-play & exploration

Both me and Spud personally love this product, I love it because it doesn't require batteries, doesn't fall apart with loads of pieces and is really very quiet!
Available to buy with a suggested RRP of £10.99 from John Lewis, Debenhams, Amazon, Play and more small independent toy shops.

To find out more about WOW Toys, check out the official website.

Why not try your luck and enter my competition to win a Police Plane Pete and his friend Police Chase Charlie? Click here to enter. 

Until next time,
Jada x

 Disclosure - I was sent this product on the basis to review it, I have not received a payment for reviewing this product but instead was compensated as I was aloud to keep the product. All comments and views are of my own/Spud's unless other wise stated and was not influenced in any way shape or form. 


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