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Can anyone recommend children's walkie talkies.

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pigleychez Sun 14-Oct-12 22:03:57

Looking at getting DD2 some for xmas.
She's only 2.5 but older than her years thanks to an older sister (4yrs)

Looking at the Disney Princess ones but they get very mixed reviews.

Anyone any experience? Any recommendations?

WipsGlitter Sun 14-Oct-12 22:07:30

Marking. Got these as an idea from another thread but they do get very mixed reviews.

rainbowriver Mon 15-Oct-12 11:46:23

We tried several childrens walkie talkies over the years and none of them worked, then last year brought the Binatone ones from Argos, think they were around £30 so quite a bit more expensive but they are brilliant.

We can hear each other clearly up to a mile away and they are simple to use too.

Our youngest was four when we brought them and she easily got the hang of them.

HTH

Vickles Tue 16-Oct-12 13:22:24

We have the pink vtech Walkie talkies... 'Kiditalkie'. My girls loved them
Infact, I'm selling our on EBay, as I'm clearing room for Xmas!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/290791037080?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

squeaver Tue 16-Oct-12 13:24:23

The Lego ones (not actually made out of Lego). We got them in JL but can't see them there now.

pigleychez Tue 16-Oct-12 17:06:10

Vickles- They look fab! I would of bought them off you but didn't see your reply in time. sad

Oh well. Off to look for some.

Squeaver- Ill check them out too. Thanks.

derekthehamster Tue 16-Oct-12 17:07:52

We had national geographic ones - they were shit so we exchanged them for 'real' walkie talkies. They were fab, I wouldn't bother with toy ones.

AuntieShirley Tue 16-Oct-12 18:06:49

I am getting ds walkie talkies as he has wanted some for ages.
I am not going to get kids ones though, as I want there to be a good range so he can play properly with other dc's, so I am getting these

Approximately Wed 17-Oct-12 10:41:04

We have the Binatone ones too and they work well!

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