Product Type: ELC baby toys
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ELC Racing Car Trio
Member Name: Ninski1
ELC Racing Car Trio
Advantages: Teaches your child about magnets
Disadvantages: Limited life span, expensive
My son was given this car trio set from his nursery school for his first Christmas and he has enjoyed playing with. You can purchase the set from the Early Learning Centre for £10 (July 2012). They are made of durable plastic and are easy to clean.
The cars are brightly coloured and there is a red racing car with a yellow driver, a green racing car with orange and yellow trims and a blue car with yellow and red features, the cars can be played with on their own or they can be linked together using the magnets on the fronts and back so they form a racing car train. At the front and back of each car is a little toll bar which houses the magnet.
They are designed to be used from 12 months onwards. Overall my son has played with these sporadically, when he first got them he was fascinated by the magnets, though would get a little bit frustrated when he got the magnets the wrong way round and the cars would repel themselves rather than attaching to each other. He still plays with them from time to time, but has progressed onto to less babyish looking cars so overall they have had a limited life span, I would say around a year.
Overall I give the cars three stars as they are fun at first but have a limited life span and are quite expensive in my opinion.
Summary: Ok toy that my sone found a little dull too quickl
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