Kids can really get excited over the Playskool Cool Crew Dusty the Talking Vacuum, a fun loving dust buster that is all about fun!
Dusty the Talking Vacuum is always ready to clean. With over 25 phrases, Dusty is never short of friendly things to say so kids are encouraged to come and play. As kids push Dusty around the dust canister swirls and the eyes open and close with realistic vacuum cleaner sounds adding to the imaginative play experience. Dusty's handle also bends so kids can get into those hard to reach places. Dusty is all about having fun and encouraging kids to keep the house clean and tidy as they talk, laugh and sing together!
• Playskool Cool Crew Dusty the Talking Vacuum
• Over 25 phrases
• Talks, laughs and sings
• Eyes open and close and dust canister spins as it's pushed
• Bendable handle for getting into hard to reach places
• 3 x AA batteries (included)
• Dimensions: (W) 20cm x (D) 18cm x (H) 53cm
I recently bought this for my son as he is just obsessed with my vacuum cleaner, his Dad wasn't completely impressed by me buying his boy a vacuum cleaner but nothing about it screams girl being in very neutral unisex colours, and with a very male voice making the sounds.
The vacuum is very similar in style to my dyson so I thought he would like it a lot which he does but will still go for my vacuum at any chance. It would be great if it actually vacuumed then he might clean up behind himself as he likes to run over the food he drops on the floor with his toy vacuum. It is really easy to roll about on the floor, my son is not walking yet so he can roll it about from a sitting position easily.
The vacuum has some cool phrases and has a realistic vacuum noise. The noises are continuous when you are moving it, only stopping when it has been stationary for a minute so it can get quite annoying after a while. The phrases are like the vacuum is talking to you saying things like "I think I swallowed a hair ball" and "you missed a spot over there" so it is quite interactive too.
All in all this has been a great toy for our son and will make a good role playing tool to copy mum as he gets bigger and can walk around with it just like I do.
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