ELC My First Gadget Set Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 12 months+ / Type: Playsets
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Customer ELC My First Gadget Set Reviews (4)
by - written on 16/07/11 (Very useful, 173 readings)
Just like any other toddler his age, fourteen month old Freddy has a fascination with any and everything that he's not allowed to play with. Give him half a chance and he'd quite happily disappear with the remote controls, hide the keys in his toy box or phone Daddy with Mummy's mobile phone. Considering how much it would cost to replace all these gadgets, £20 seems a fairly small price to pay if only Freddy could be persuaded that toy gadgets are more fun than the real thing, and so I bought this My First Gadget Set from the ELC a couple of months ago. ==Just Like Mummy's - A Parent's View== The ELC My First Gadget Set comprises of three toys in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/11 (Very useful, 186 readings)
Like most babies I know, my son has a little obsession with out tv remote. In an effort to reduce this, we opted for the Early Learning Centre My First Gadget Set. We knew full well it probably wouldn't fool him, but it looked like a pretty nice set to have anyway. It is suitable from 12 months of age. The set retails at £20, although we bought this in a sale so got it for £16. Within the set you get three plastic gadgets - a bunch of keys with fob, a smartphone and a remote control. THE KEYS The key set has three plastic keys. Each key has a different colour top - red, blue and yellow. They keys are also different shapes and made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/13 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Our little son is literally obsessed with our phones and our Sky+ remote. He's always wriggling about to get to them if hes on our laps and knows when we hide them, so we figured to pacify him (hopefully) we would try and find a realistic looking toy remote and phone for him. We searched and searched but they all looked like toys obviously. We wanted something that looked like our remote and phone as we had tried him with a yellow toy remote from Tesco and he wasn't having any of it. Eventually we found the 'My First Gadget Set' from ELC. It was available in two colour options - the bright colourful ones - green, blue and red, or a more realistic looking set ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/12 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Why us it that whenever you give a child a toy they will find your keys/mobile phone/remote control much more interesting than the expensively priced toy designed just for their needs that you have just handed them. Give it a few months and they will be able to work your iPhone with ease, put in your secret password and download expensive apps that you don't even know how to work yourself!! I know my daughter loved these things when she was very little and still does now which is why we bought her The Early Learning Centre trio of first gadgets. The gadgets included in this set are a smart phone, a set of keys on a key fob and a remote control. They are all ... Read the complete review
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