ELC Emergency Service Centre Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 18 months / Type: Playsets / Age Range: 18 months - 5 years. Open a door to send a vehicle speeding down the ramp with cool emergency lights and sounds.
Newest Review: ... red coloured door. When you slide the door up it reveals a chunky fire engine which immediately slides down the ramp. The ... more
Customer ELC Emergency Service Centre Reviews (7)
by - written on 26/10/07 (Very useful, 110 readings)
********** Description ********** I arrived at work the other week with my son and saw that the boy I look after (Iím a nanny) had been given a late birthday present. To start with I only saw the back and thought it was a funky plastic handbag/carrier (belonging to his sister). When I saw the front I realised it was a great 3 door garage. The whole thing is made from a strong plastic. The base is a lime green colour, formed into 3 slopes at the front, which cars can drive down. The main unit is a bright mustard yellow colour; this is shaped as 3 balls stuck together next to each other. On top of each ball is a small clear coloured dome, each is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
This is another of my daughter's favourite toys, I also bought this second hand from Ebay, as I did the Whizz Around Garage. I paid £10 for this, but you can get it brand new from ELC for £20. It's a little set of Emergency Service vehicles (ambulance, police car and fire engine) and they live in 3 little garages which are in a row in a bubble like shape. Each little garage has a slide up door and as you slide open the door, the vehicle pops out and as the vehicle pops out, the light above flashes and makes a siren sound. My daughter has played with this at a local toddler group and has really loved it since the first time she saw it, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/08, updated on 22/11/08 (Very useful, 133 readings)
The Emergency Service Centre from the Early Learning Centre is my son's latest toy and it is certainly a big hit. I purchased this very recently at £16.00, the price was reduced from £20.00 and after browsing the ELC website I have discovered that this offer is still current today. This toy consists of three car ports, each with an opening door and a light at the top. There is an emergency vehicle in each port. The first has a fire engine, the second an ambulance and the third a police car. When the door to each port is opened the vehicle rolls down a ramp, the relevant siren is sounded and the light at the top of the port flashes. The co-ordinating colours of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
My daughter loves her whizz around pink garage and when we saw this last week at the car boot sale for the unbelievable price of 50p we decided to get it for her. What is it This is a plastic emergency centre or a plastic 3 pod shape with a ambulance, fire engine and police car and yes it makes the corresponding noises! supposedly suitable from 18 months to 5 years. What does it do? Well the doors of the pod slide up and you drive the vehicle down and then it makes a noise The toy encourages imaginative play and I would agree with this my daughters used this alongside her garage and they had to send the police out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 56 readings)
My three year old loves this toy. Its quite big, but has a handle for carrying around, which is always a hit with a small child. There are three doors - one red, one blue and one white. When you open the door, a vehicle rolls down the ramp, a siren sounds and the light above the door flashs. The vehicles are a fire engine (red door and light), an ambulance (white door, green light), and a police car (blue door and light). The vehicles have magnets on the front and back so that you can connect them together, but my son never bothers. ELC also do other cars in the same range, with magnets on. They are nice chunky little cars - ... Read the complete review
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