This Stihl children's chainsaw is very realistic in always and ideal for all budding little lumber jacks aged 3 and upwards. One pull of the recoil handle (well it is a Stihl) and the engine (sound) roars in to action, tweak the throttle lever and the engine revs up and the chain (plastic)starts turning. Most importantly for you there is a sound control knob that adjust down to off! and and on/off switch. Battery operated, this chain saw will provide your little forestry worker with hours of play fun and entertainment.
My partner being the biggest big kid I know when we got the Stihl Toy weedeater he had to go out and buy the matching stihl chainsaw. We had seen cheaper ones in the Warehouse but he thought this one looked more realistic which is what he wanted. It is really well built and hardy though so it should last a long time as it has been dropped a few times and survived.
The engine noises are so realistic when you pull the start up and press on the lever it makes realistic engine noises and the chain blade spins around. The chain blade doesn't spin really fast and isn't sharp so there is no chance of little fingers getting stuck or hurt. It is lightweight too so although my son is only 18 months he can easily carry this around and pretend he is busy working.
It is really cute watching him use it as he will go up to trees and pretend he is cutting them and then stop to pretend to pick up the pieces before he starts on the next tree. This toy can provide lots of entertainment for him and he loves to hear the noises it makes. We have had it for a few months now and surprisingly the batteries haven't run out yet as it is so loved.
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