Tomy Thomas & Friends Sit 'n' Ride Reviews
Product Type: Tomy baby toys
Newest Review: ... out on some of the 'use' of the walker, but as a ride on its great. Its a strong, solid design that has a wheel to hold and ... more
Customer Tomy Thomas & Friends Sit 'n' Ride Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/07/09 (Useful, 34 readings)
A good solid push along then ride on, we brought this for my son when he was already walking so we probably missed out on some of the 'use' of the walker, but as a ride on its great. Its a strong, solid design that has a wheel to hold and turn, thomas's face at the front, a lift up seat that our son uses to store some little toys and a handle at the back that would be used for a walker/push a long. We did use this product mostly inside but as the weather got nicer he kept taking it in the garden it has now become a bit sun faded and the stickers are starting to rub off but its still a very much loved toy. I like the bright colours, and the smiley faace on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/09, updated on 18/01/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
My youngest child has just had his first birthday. I'm not sure how that is possible as I swear it's not a year since he was born but the date on the calendar states that it has been so I've got to believe it! For his birthday we wanted to buy him a ride-on toy to play with. Both of my elder children got similar toys for their first birthdays and loved them so I wanted to carry on the tradition. The difficulty was, which ride-on to choose from so many on the market. As it turned out, this wasn't a difficult choice after all. My one year old's name is Thomas, so what better toy to choose than a Thomas the Tank Engine ride on? **PUTTING IT ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/08 (Very useful, 340 readings)
My mum bought these for my twins for their 1st birthday, my nan also bought other car ride ons for them. What a difference. The ones my nans bought were not a particular brand and you can see they were cheap. They are meant to be 'ride ons" but when my boys sat on them they fell backwards. My mum bought the Thomas ones as my boys were walking from 10months onwards, and it states on the Argos website where she purchased them they are for 1 year and over! Perfect for a first birthday. They cost my mum £25 each, but so far it's definitely been money well spent. These Thomas ones though I think are great. They are not too heavy to carry, but they are strong ... Read the complete review
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