ELC Light & Sound Buggy Driver Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Newest Review: ... also very economical with batteries, using mid-range batteries we have only needed to replace them twice over those sixteen ... more
Customer ELC Light & Sound Buggy Driver Reviews (33)
by - written on 11/12/11 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Not being one to miss out on a bargain, I picked up the ELC Buggy Driver for £8 in a Mothercare sale when the now 20 month old Freddy was just a few weeks old. Now available in a slightly different colour scheme or pink for £20 (as well as the original colour scheme in some High Street stores), this is a toy I would recommend for the parents of any baby or young toddler, especially if they object to being sat in the buggy for more than a few minutes. ==Beep, Beep - A Parent's View== Formed from durable, wipe clean plastic this toy is easy to attach to almost any buggy via two clamps that tighten onto the buggy frame. I especially like that the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Like many young baby boys my son Josh is fiercely independant and always has been. It's frightening how much he wants to do on his own and how motivated he is to do it. I think even since he was tiny he has hated being restricted by his age and his size, and not being able to participate in basic functions that he wants to have created a lot of frustrations for him. One particular problem we began having was when my son was about 8 months old. He's always loved being in his pram as he's so nosey and loves to watch people. It wasn't until he reached about 8 months that he began to put a time limit on his pram time. This made quite a lot of things difficult ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/10 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Throughout the first year of my daughter's life she had a real problem being strapped into things or being held down. This would cause problems whilst being in the pram, car seat, and highchair and when I tried to rock her to sleep. For all of the other problems I found an ideal solution: car seat - music, highchair - food! And sleepy time - milk. The only problem that I failed to find a solution for was her pram. She would press her little body up to the straps so hard her face would go bright red, either in a struggle or concentration for freedom. Despite the ELC Light & Sound Buggy Driver being designed from 3 months plus, my daughter received ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
My son has a love/hate relationship with the pushchair, he loves it when its moving and he can sit and look at the world go by, but he has a very limited tolerance for the pushchair stopping. For a while we could pacify him with a dummy or a selection of toys hung off the pushchair but by 8 months this no longer worked; which meant school pickups and drop offs and shopping trips were a nightmare. After one particularly unsuccessful shopping trip I rushed into ELC and begged the lady to sell me something to keep him quiet. The lady sold me this, helped me put the batteries in, attached it to the pushchair and waved me on my way. I paid £15. This item comes in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Our daughter got this toy for christmas when she was 4 months old. We actually have the girls version which is completely pink! At first our daughter was too young to use it on her pushchair as she couldn't sit up so we actually attached it to our bumbo for a little while instead. The steering wheel has grips on each side which can be tightened like a screw so we just attached it to the play tray and this enabled her to play with it. The buggy driver, in my opinion, is a lovely toy and has lots of different activities to keep little ones amused whilst out and about (or at home in a bumbo for the little ones!) My favourite part of the toy is that you have ... Read the complete review
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