Happyland Double Decker Bus Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Type: Baby Toy / Type: Cars & Vehicles
Newest Review: ... are 2 decks and the toy one can be removed to gain easier access to the lower deck. There is a steering wheel which you can ... more
Customer Happyland Double Decker Bus Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/09/13 (Useful, 33 readings)
This toy was bought for my son last christmas when he was 2 years old. This is a very large item for what I was expecting and it is reasonably priced for what you get. There are 2 decks and the toy one can be removed to gain easier access to the lower deck. There is a steering wheel which you can press down and it makes noise which my son enjoyed. You get a range of different characters with this bus which I think is fantastic value for money and it shows different people who may get on a bus. My son loves this toy and is now obsessed with buses because of it. He plays with it everyday and most of all enjoys putting the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I fell in love with this set the minute I saw it in The Early Learning Centre. I am a big fan of the Happyland series of toys anyway and my son owns quite a bit from the range. I think they are lovely toys for toddlers and equally suitable for either sex. So, I knew that I wanted to buy this for my son instantly but it was priced at £20, which I felt was quite expensive for what it was. I waited patiently for an ELC sale and, eventually I managed to pick it up at around £14 having used various discounts and voucher codes. I felt that this price was a better reflection of what the toy was worth. The toy is a plastic red bus, just like a London bus, with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/12 (Very useful, 100 readings)
The Happyland range from the ELC is a wonderful collection of toys that builds into a whole imaginary world for your child to play with. With sets ranging from a group of people for £5 up to a complete village for £60 there's something within this range to suit most pockets and with village themes, space themes and fairy themes there's something to catch the imagination of most children. The Happyland Double Decker Bus falls towards the lower end of the price range at £16 and about the middle in terms of size and pieces. I've wanted to add this bus to 23 month old Freddy's Happyland collection for some time, but it is one of the sets that goes out of stock quite quickly . Read the complete review
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