Vtech Learn & sort helicopter Reviews
Product Type: VTech baby toys
Description:Brand: Vtech / Age: 9 months / Type: Learning Toy / Propel your way to early learning with the VTech Learn and Sort ... more
Vtech Learn & sort helicopter ... Helicopter! Choose one of the two modes of play and spin the propeller, pull the helicopter, play the piano keys, or press the object buttons to hear fun phrases, animals, musical notes and popular melodies. Sort the four coloured balls to learn counting and colours. Includes realistic sound effects and flashing headlight for visual and audio stimulation.
Newest Review: ... its firm and solid in structure. Your not going to worry about it being thrown, dropped or bashed, as its well made and in ... more
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Vtech Sort And Learn Helicopter EducationalAnd Musical Baby Toy
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Last Update 09.03.2014 00:43
Customer Vtech Learn & sort helicopter Reviews (5)
by - written on 05/02/09, updated on 05/02/09 (Very useful, 150 readings)
This was bought for my twin boys as a Birthday present for their 1st birthday. It is a lovely toy and has so far provided them both with lots of fun even though they don't understand what it says, they have however grasped the basics. It is a red and white, sturdy helicopter toy, with blue propellerys at the top and green wheels at the bottom, at the front of the helicopter is a yellow string. The middle of the helicopter is open with a blue 'basket' inside. There is of course and off switch on the side next to the three other buttons. There are also three larger buttons on the bottom side of the helicopter. When switched on it makes a helicopter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/08 (Very useful, 94 readings)
This is another educational yet fun toy from VTech. It is available in many toy shops and online, currently priced at around £16.99. It is stated as being suitable from 9-36 months and has 2 main modes of play. It is a pull along toy, with 4 coloured balls (included) to 'feed' into the hole in the top. It has a number of songs and sound effects as well as a flashing light on the front. The helicopter itself is made of the usual sturdy plastic that you see on many other childrens toys! It has a propeller on the top that you can spin round, which makes a clicking noise as you do and triggers a helicopter sound too (if switched on!!) There is a hole in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10 (Useful, 16 readings)
This was bought for my son as a present when he was 6 months old. We kept it back until he was 8 months as until he could sit up he wasn't really able to play with it - fair enough as it states on the box that it's for 9 months plus. The helicopter takes 2 AA batteries and has 2 settings - music time and learning. Depending which mode it is in, all the buttons and switches make different noises. When in learning mode, the helicopter tells your child about A,B,C, red, blue and yellow and some basic objects. When in music mode each button either plays a note or a song. The pilot of the helicopter is a dog and you can also press him to start a song. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/13 (Useful, 7 readings)
This was a gift for my one year old daughter. Yet again, I managed to get this at a reduced price, and was really looking for a toy that obviously she would have fun playing with, but needed to have some educational/development benefits to it also. Just to give you an overview of the toy itself, its firm and solid in structure. Your not going to worry about it being thrown, dropped or bashed, as its well made and in way filmsy. No parts are loose or come off, so dont have to worry about things being lost or swallowed. It comes in lovely bold colours: blue, red, yellow and green. All of the buttons and things the children can press are quite chunky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/08 (Somewhat useful, 25 readings)
My son was bought this last christmas and it's lasted him very well. It's still going strong [got to put new batteries in though!!]. You can spin the propeller or play the keys like a piano on the side. It has A,B,C, on the keys and when pressed the tell you things that begin with that letter so it does educate your child. The propeller makes the noise just like one when spun and lights up and flashes. It has string on so your child can pull it along and it has 3 balls that you post in the top and they reat in the carriage bit. Like I said my son has had this for nearly a year now and it's still something he plays with quite often. He usually plays with this whilst ... Read the complete review
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