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Armouron Action Set

Submitted by on October 29, 2010 – 3:12 pmNo Comment

The Armouron Action Set is a great alternative to a traditional Halloween Costume, even Maxi has been wearing it, all that is lacking is a sword

Buy online: Toys R Us

£24.95 (£5.00 reduction, normally £29.95)

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Initial Thoughts: Oh my, how on earth does this go together.  In the box you are given the pieces to make the Armouron set along with instructions and special grommets to connect it.  The boys couldn’t wait for Daddy to get it assembled.

We liked: The Armouron set is make of a foam type material that is quite durable and offers a level of protection, espeically when you have boys who are duelling.  The Action set comprised of body armour, helmet and shield and was pretty easy to assemble, once you had figured the instructions and took about 10 minutes to make.

We weren’t keen: It is quite expenses, but has offered both the boys hours of play, in fact we now have two, once for each of them.  All that was missing was a sword, which is sold separately.

Overall: A great dressing up set, which really appealed to Maxi (my non dressing up boy) and Mini who is always someone and somewhere else.  Mini especially liked it as he is very in to Merlin and Knights.  It is very easy to pop on ad n off and has taken much abuse and is not the worse for it.  This is not a traditional Halloween Costume, but you will get lots of use from it.

Jen [muminthemadhouse]

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