Product Type: Fisher Price Soft Toy
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Fisher Price Goodnight Thomas
Member Name: xmum2threex
Fisher Price Goodnight Thomas
Advantages: Nice soft Thomas toy
Disadvantages: Little wear
Both my boys are Thomas mad Connor has been well over 2 years now Logan is only 10 months old but already loves Thomas the tank engine and friends. When we saw this on sale at Argos for just £8 we decided to pick it up originally for Connors Christmas presents.
The goodnight Thomas is a medium size teddy that is identical to the character from the famous TV show. The main body is made up of very soft material and the insides are also lovely and soft so it can be cuddled.The design is very well detailed features sown in to make it easily recognizable to the character Thomas. The only places the teddy has any hard parts is underneath the soft material at the from face of Thomas and also in the back end which is where the battery pack is and it is directly underneath the button on Thomas's back roof.The button is easy to find and even my little man at 9 months was able to locate how to make Thomas talk .
You press the button by pressing Thomas's roof he says different phrases and plays a tune. The voice is the same from the Thomas the tank engine series on TV. I have been really useful today, its time to get some sleep and goodnight are a few of 5 saying Thomas speaks. When you press it for a 6th time in the series in plays a lullaby version of Thomas the tank engine theme tune.
There is a Velcro fasten in the back for you to change batteries they are provided and so far have lasted 4 months and still going strong.There is also an on/off button located on the battery pack so it can be turned off completely but this is not prone to random outbursts like some toys if left on.
My only downside to this toy is some of threads are coming away making it look a little scruffy and although it has had allot of use by my youngest child not excessive so not ware i would expect after 4 months occasional use. RRP is £19.99 I am not sure I would pay that for it but it is often on offer so shop about a little.
It is suggested for ages 18months plus but in my opinion a child younger than this can also use Thomas goodnight as there are no small parts or anything that can harm them. The only downside with it being used with a smaller child is the teddy is a little big for them to hold but its not impossible my son loves it to be sat on his lap while he finds and presses the button to hear the phrases. On the other hand my son who is 3 was interested at first until he found it only had 1 function and 6 differences in phrases so he soon became bored.
Summary: A nice little toy
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