Product Type: ELC baby toys
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ELC Fly 'N' Go Jumbo
Member Name: jillycat
ELC Fly 'N' Go Jumbo
Advantages: good for imaginative play and for pushing along bright cheerful design
Disadvantages: suitcase too small for 1 year old and door occasionally falls off
We bought this for our son on his first birthday in January from the ELC along with a few other toys to take advantage of the ELC birthday club 20% discount. He has loved this toy since he first got it and has played with it more and more over the year
Who is it for- the ELC centre website and the toy packaging said 1-3 years though I do note that here on dooyoo the blurb says 2 years why this is the case I am unsure.
What is it- its a plane with a cockpit for the pilot to sit in and when the pilot is pressed down into his seat he tells the passenger to prepare for take off. The main body of the plane is open with two seating holes for the two passengers to sit on. The passengers are bright and cheerful people even if they do look a little like american tourists. The plane its self has three sets of wheels like normal planes and two engines. When tilted the plane makes take off sounds and the engines lights go red. There is a luggage hold for the two suitcases that also come with the plane to be placed in.
The plane has and on and off switch so you can turn it off. The engines sounds continue until the plane is upright which can be annoying.
Where from- have only seen this in the ELC website and shop bar second hand ones on Ebay at £15 I do think it is good value as it sometimes my son enjoys playing with and I can see that the toy will gradually develop with him in to pretend play with people going on holiday
I think this is a great toy for little ones bar two things. For our little one we have taken the suitcase out of action at the moment as I think they are a bit of a choke hazard as he could easily chew the handle of them. Maybe this is the reason on this website the age group goes from 2 rather than one on the ELC website. The other problem is the at times the hold door comes off however it is easy to reattach. I think it would be great for children to play with prior to their first holiday on a plane to help them understand a little bit about flying
Summary: a great plane for children to enjoy
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