ELC Washing Machine Reviews
Product Type: Mattel toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 3 Years+ / Appears to fill with water and 'wash' clothes. H27cm x W24.5cm x D17cm. Requires 3 x C batteries.
Newest Review: ... still plays with it now at 4. She absolutely loves it and loves role playing with it. Complete with a soap dispenser ... more
Customer ELC Washing Machine Reviews (7)
by - written on 25/01/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
We bought this toy as we already had the ELC microwave which was a great hit. At £12.50 it looked like it would be a great addition to our existing role play toys. I am afraid to report that this toy was probably one of the few toys ever to be a disappointment that we have bought from ELC. The washing machine is made of a sturdy and durable plastic and has five buttons and a soap dispenser. Due to over zealous packaging we didn't actually work out that the soap dispenser opened for a long while - it was secured by a small screw for non obvious reasons. The door opens to reveal a drum, just like real life washing machines, and the buttons can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
My son is at the age where he's all about make-believe and in particular loves role play when he gets to play "house". He has an oven he cooks on, a shopping trolley that he shops with....and yes, a washing machine where he likes to pile dirty laundry into. If only little boys stayed this helpful and domesticated when they grew up!! I bought this product from the Early Learning Centre in Cheltenham. I'm a big fan of the ELC for finding suitable toys and equipment for young children as all of their products appear to be well designed, well thought out - and reliable. If possible, I tend to buy all of my sons toys and games from the ELC because it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I had seen this washing machine when my kids were round at their friends houses and always thought it looked really cute and fun. It is basically a tiny wee washing machine that is about 10 inches high and about 7 inches wide. It comes in pink (for girls I presume) and blue and has a few buttons on the front and a little drawer that pulls out (like the one you put your powder in). The door opens to allow you to put things inside the washing machine and has water in the glass (although its really plastic) of it so it looks like the machine is full of water which is particularly cool when you switch it on as the drum then goes round. I wished I had one of these when I . Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/12 (Very useful, 74 readings)
In my daughters attempt to duplicate all the household items that mummy uses, she has all kinds in her bedroom that replicate items from the kitchen, etc. She loves to pretend play at being mummy, and complete with ironing board, airing tree and pegs, the washing machine is an essential item in her bedroom for washing dolly's clothes. We have had this washing machine for years. Ever since my eldest daughter was a toddler and showed an unhealthy interest in my washing machine. Now, it is in my youngest daughters room and she still plays with it now at 4. She absolutely loves it and loves role playing with it. Complete with a soap dispenser drawer, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08 (Useful, 50 readings)
My oldest son really wanted this toy washing machine when he was 1 and a half. He went on about it for ages, being a boy mummy tried to change his mind but no he wanted it. I must admit I did give in and buy it for him. He kept saying just like mummy. It is a great little toy we brought it from the early learning centre. It does take 3 x C batteries to make it work. It is made of a blue sturdy plastic with red buttons and a green door. Once the toy is switched on there are a number of different buttons on the front of the machine to start different cycles. There is a small draw in which you can pretend to put the soap powder. Once you close the door on ... Read the complete review
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