Articles tagged with: toy cars
The car is made of wood, plastic and rubber giving it an unusual look which makes it stand out from the other cars in the 3 year olds collection. It’s really robust and chunky. The fact that you can mix and match other cars makes it far more interesting than other cars we have. Each car has a registration number on the bottom making it unique. You can print a registration card online as you add to your collection.
The fun faces and the bright, colourful bodywork. These toys looks appealing even if – like Charlie – you haven’t seen the movie. And it’d be fun to collect the full range.
They’re about the same size as the Matchbox cars I used to play with as a boy (called ‘Matchbox’ for obvious reasons) which also means they’re highly portable.
These fantastic soft squashy rubbery vehicles covered in tactile velour couldn’t have come at a better time. Hard tiled kitchen floors and fragile toy cars don’t mix, and Charlie had smashed a favourite four-wheeled toy beyond repair on the morning that this fire engine (complete with rubber ladder), plane and car appeared. JojoMamanBabe clearly know what they’re about with what they refer to as ‘a slightly different and giant take on the ordinary toy car…’
These two toys are a great little taster from a company I’m sure I’ll be doing business with in future. Specialist retailers like Farm Toys Online make shopping so much easier; the range of toys is larger and the choices greater. At £6.99 for the dump-truck and £9.99 for the tractor set, prices are competitive as well. I’ll just have to make sure Charlie’s nowhere near the lap-top when I’m browsing.