Tobar Catch Ball Set Reviews
Product Type: Tobar Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Tobar / Type: Kids Sport Equipment / The neon coloured tennis ball is thrown between players and caught using ... more
Tobar Catch Ball Set ... the velcro pads It allows those with poor co-ordination to join in The pads feature adjustable fabric straps so that they can be fitted tightly to any size hand Includes one ball and two catch pads Velcro Pad Approximate Size: 18.5cm
Newest Review: ... can be fastened around the back of the hand (which should be placed flat on the back of the board) to secure the board in ... more
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Customer Tobar Catch Ball Set Reviews (23)
by - written on 31/07/11 (Very useful, 4 readings)
The Tobar Catch Ball Set is a really simple idea for a toy, but one that doesn't fail to entertain younger children. My little brother and sister have one and somehow they spend hours playing with it, endlessly inventing new games to play with it. The set consists of 2 circular velcro pads which strap onto your hands with a velcro strap, and a ball which is similar to a tennis ball but lighter. It can be used as a fun toy simply for enjoyment, but it can also be used to help young children with their catching skills. The velcro discs which the ball attaches to when it comes into contact with them make it easier for a child to catch a ball and practising with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 29 readings)
==Tobar Catch Ball Set== The Tobar Catch Ball Set is one of those items that we have had kicking around since I was young and Mum managed to keep it up until now so that we can use it with Jack and he is really enjoying playing with it, much like I did. This set is really old now but you can still pick up the set from a ton of different places both on the high street and online. I think we probably purchased it from Woolworth's when that was still in business as we tended to get most of our play items from here when I was younger. The set is usually priced now at around the £6 price range which is a really good price for a great item ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Due to my kids behaving themselves on a recent shopping trip (shock horror!), and the fact that it is still a week until payday, I decided to treat them to something from my beloved "Poundland". Usually my kids browse through the toy section, pick something they want, then I make them put it back as the toys are really rubbish in there, but due to the beautiful weather there is a section specifically set out for outdoor toys and games. After a little perusal in that section I came across a catch an throw set that my children could play together (hopefully!) and not be able to throw the ball over the fence again, (again ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 42 readings)
For as long back as I can remember when we went on holiday we would take some little games to keep us occupied on the beach or holiday park site. We would have toys such as a swing ball set, cricket set, footballs and a catch ball set. The most popular of the toys was always the ball set, partly as it was so easy to carry around but also as the whole family could get involved and play. Last year on a very spur of the moment trip to the beach we decided to purchase one of the sets for the children to play with while us adults sat and soaked up the sun! The Tobar catch ball set is basically two round discs and a ball which is roughly the same size as a tennis ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
When planning a trip to the beach last year with some friends I thought I would think ahead and purchase something that the children could play whilst at the beach whilst us grown ups lay on the sand soaking up the sun! The item that I purchased was the tobar catch ball set and it cost me around five pounds for the set. The tobar catch ball set is basically a set which can allow those with poor coordination the opportunity to try and join it at a catch game which makes it ideal for children. In the set you get two catch pads and a catch ball. The catch pads are basically a circular piece of plastic which is covered with Velcro covering the front ... Read the complete review
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