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"Not good value for money with limited role play potential…"
It is marked for 3+ on the box presumably for small parts, but my initial impressions was that its more suited to a 2 year old. Sure enough the 20 month old likes it even though all the train does is go round and round. There is nothing to keep my exploring 3 year old entertained except imaginary play with the horse and building the track once. Once the track was built once it wasn't easy enough (too stiff) for the 3 year old to rebuild without assistance. With Brio and Duplo they can re-build the track again and again on his own.<br>- It doesn't make proper train sounds.<br>- There's no station, signs or signals<br>- There's nothing included to put in the green carriage<br>- There's nothing to do to the pony, all the bags, brushes, little things are in the other sets you have to buy separately.<br>The horse looked more like a deer in the face and the hair got matted. I am sure the my little ponies were bigger when I was a child?<br>I think its very deceptive to show a large picture on the back of the box with two carriages and 4 pony's + bits that aren't included in the set with the buyer needing to look on the side to see that they're not included. Especially as you'd need to spend anotherRead moreLess
"Great product for pre-schooler…"
Great product! Train is bright and sturdy. Batteries easy to insert and last for ages. Train controlled by button in funnel and works easily on and off track.There are extra carriages that can be added to train with different functions. This product really stimulated my DD's imagination and she has played with it consistently for several weeks...Highly recommended!Read moreLess