Fisher Price Peek-a-Blocks Press N Go Train Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher Price / Age: 6 months / Type: Cars & Vehicles
Newest Review: ... sturdy. You can press down the green button on the funnel this starts the music and the train moving. The blocks have little ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Peek-a-Blocks Press N Go Train Reviews (5)
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 469 readings)
This was one of the first toys we bought our son for his first christmas and was only 5 months old. Think we paid about £25 for it at the time, but was definately worth the money. He is now 3 and has only just stopped playing with it, and thats mainly because it broke (not surprising the use it has had), but occassionally he will still get it out of his room and push it along. Its great for babies to crawl after, but the songs and moving blokes will keep the child amused even before they crawl. I remember my son sitting for hours just putting different bricks on it and sitting with his finger on the button that spins in circles watching it go round. The train ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I was given this as a hand-me down for my middle son 2 years ago. I don't think its available new anymore but its available for £15 used on amazon. This is my 10 month olds favourite toy at the moment (and has been for a couple of months) so considering it has gone through at least 4 little boys it's really sturdy. You can press down the green button on the funnel this starts the music and the train moving. The blocks have little circular notches on the bottom so when attached to the yellow carriage the characters inside spin round. The block on the main train on the green platform goes up and down and the blue carriage has a tilting table that moves with the train. The . Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I bought this for my little girls first xmas present along with a set of blocks to swap and change them about and we love it. The train is so well made,very strong plastic and it needs to be with a now toddler chucking it about. it still works perfect nearly 3 years after i bought it. The main train section has a little green platform that moves up and down when the press the top of the funnel. On the back of that theres a little section on the trailer that has a spinning part on it so when the correct kind of bricks are placed on there the little animal inside turns around as the train moves along. the on the back of that you can attach ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/01/10 (Useful, 40 readings)
We found this train for my son at a charity shop. Please don't hit me when I tell you the price - it was only £2!!!!! They sell for £50 new and to be honest I would not pay that for it. However, if you have the money to spend, kids love love love them! My son runs for the toy cupboard each morning, just to get this out. He has lots and lots of peek a blocks and he loves them. They can all be used on this train - and believe me, he has tried them all, several times!!! the front two pieces are joined together and the blue carriage at the end can be unattached. The front train goes up and down. The middle one has a little nobbly bit that fits certain of ... Read the complete review
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