Eureka Toys RC Illuminated Solar System Reviews
Product Type: Eureka Toys Child Development
Description:Model ID E2002 / Brand: Eureka Toys / "With the incredible Eureka Toys Remote Control Illuminated Solar System you can explore the ... more
Eureka Toys RC Illuminated Solar System ... wonders of the universe from the comfort of your own bedroom! rThis amazing Remote Controlled, motorised mobile has eight detailed planets that actually orbit the 85cm diameter (33"") sun. Simply assemble the planets onto the sun and mount to the ceiling with the included fixings. Use the remote control to operate the light up sun and the rotation of the planets around the sun. As the sun lights up it casts its glow on the detailed coloured planets. By day, an impressive and educational addition to any room and by night the illuminated sun is an attractive night light making it perfect for bedtime as the auto-shut off mechanism will automatically turn the sun off. Also, learn about the planets in the fascinating and educational colour booklet. This product is intended to be mounted on a horizontal drywall ceiling and fixings are included for this installation. As it is battery operated there is no need to worry about connecting to the mains. Recommended For Ages 6 Years Plus"
Newest Review: ... numbered slots on the sun. The widest part of the sun rotates on three levels, (it's like three stripes around the middle ... more
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Customer Eureka Toys RC Illuminated Solar System Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/11/12, updated on 23/11/12 (Very useful, 139 readings)
My five year old daughter has owned this mobile for around five months. I bought it for her as she is interested in the stars and planets and in stories about outer space. It came from our nearest Smyths store where it cost around £30 without the batteries, (it needs 3 x AA batteries for the sun and 2 x AAA batteries for the remote control). One of the things that attracted me to the box was the fact that it had a picture of a girl and a boy on the front, (albeit the boy appears to be impressing the watching girl), I thought this was good because outer space themed toys are often aimed squarely at boys and children can be very aware of whether a toy is ... Read the complete review