Newest Review: ... it since then. The small Wheelybug Bee is aimed at toddlers aimed between 1 - 3 years old. There are larger versions for children over... more
Wheelybug Bee Small
Member Name: allanamia
Wheelybug Bee Small
Advantages: nice design, robust, easy to clean, kids love them
Okay I bought this wheely bug for my 1 year old on her birthday, she loves it. I bought the wheely bug mouse design and it is so so cute, very sturdy design, great castors that whizz about the house. My baby seems to like to hold onto the handle and walk with the wheely bug. Saying that since i bought the toy I can honestly say my 5 year old has had the most fun out of it. In fact as i type she's sitting on it right now. People seem to always be fascinated with a wheelybug for some reason, when you take it outside you always get a passing comment from someone.
So overall great design, very robust wheels, it is quite a fast little mover, comfortable and the fabrice is very easy to clean. The handle is great for babies to hold onto. This will appeal to all kids really up to the age of 7 i'd say. Very sweet little toy and if you look about you can get them for the £38, you don't have to pay £55 for these like some shops sell them for!!
Summary: nice little toy that all kids love to play with
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