ELC Happyland Country Train Set Reviews
Product Type: ELC Toy Train
Newest Review: ... train is likely to be very appealing. I think this is a really lovely set and well made. ELC have got this spot on for ... more
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Customer ELC Happyland Country Train Set Reviews (4)
by - written on 22/01/12 (Very useful, 120 readings)
For some reason when I was pregnant with my son I developed a fascination with the Happyland Range at The Early Learning Centre. I thought it was so cute and innovative, although actually when you think about it, it's not innovative at all! I guess that's why even before my son was born I bought a few items when they were on offer and put them away thinking I would give them to him for his first Christmas. I didn't really think that one through as my son was only 3 months old that first Christmas so the toys stayed in their box until this year when my son was 15 months at Christmas-perfect age for Hapyland introduction! This Happyland Country Train ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/11 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Although eleven month old Freddy has quite a few of the Happyland sets, this is one of the more expensive and larger pieces. Being in many ways a typical boy, Freddy absolutely adores cars and trains and as this train set combines both of these it's absolutely perfect for him. The standard selling price for this set is £35, but when we bought it, it was reduced to £28, which really isn't a bad price, considering what you get in this set and what it does. ==Setting Up== The Happyland Country Train Set comes securely packed in a cardboard box, now personally I feel that far too much packaging was used. While there weren't that many plastic ties to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
My youngest daughter received this for her 2nd birthday. We have a selection of Happyland toys, but they're her older sister's, so this was her first set. The set includes 6 pieces of brown coloured train track which slot together easily to form an oval track. Little ones should find it easy to put the track together themselves, although they may need help getting the right configuration to make the oval. It lies flat enough on a solid floor, such as laminate, but not on thicker pile carpets which can make the track uneven. A red train engine, coal-filled carriage, and passenger carriage hook onto each other to run around the track. My daughter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/13 (Very useful, 52 readings)
This Happyland train set was another present my son received for Christmas this year. I had actually bought this for him a couple of months before the big day as I had seen it for £20 (half the usual price of £40) and decided to snap it up at that price. The set was ideal for my son who was 21 months and not quite ready for a traditional train set but gaining a strong interest in vehicles, especially trains. The happyland series is from the Early Learning Centre and is for children from 18 months of age. We have various items from the collection and both my son and I have always been impressed with them so I had no hesitation in purchasing this. THE ... Read the complete review
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