John Deere Sandbox Vehicle (2 Pack)

June 10, 2019 - Comment

Perfect for the sandbox because of their durable plastic construction and child friendly designs, this vehicle two pack is ideal for children ages 18 months and older. Outfitted in the popular John Deere green and yellow color scheme, these vehicles feature free rolling wheels and fully functional parts (moving dump bed and front loader). Product

Perfect for the sandbox because of their durable plastic construction and child friendly designs, this vehicle two pack is ideal for children ages 18 months and older. Outfitted in the popular John Deere green and yellow color scheme, these vehicles feature free rolling wheels and fully functional parts (moving dump bed and front loader).

Product Features

  • Durable plastic construction
  • Vehicle 2-pack
  • Free Rolling Wheels
  • Fully-functional parts including a moving dump bed and front loader
  • Perfect for sandbox play

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good toys but mine arrived damaged out of the box. So the tractors themselves are great little toys. However, the toys I received were damaged. The one had white creases in the plastic where it was damaged on the tractor bed and the other one had a bent wheel bar. My 2 yr old and his cousin adore these but are still pretty hard on toys, so I won’t likely won’t go to the effort of returning these ones. But it was just kind of disappointing to pull them out of the box in such poor condition.

Anonymous says:

Great, portable toys for toddlers These are great travel toys because they aren’t quite as large as a lot of other sand toy trucks. We brought them with us on an international trip and they kept our toddler occupied just fine. One of my favorite moments on the trip was watching our son sharing this toy with his friend. They both loved it!

Anonymous says:

For my 2yr old I bought this for my son’s Easter basket. I think they’re perfect for a toddler’s hands. They seem durable and I like the wheels because they can move in dirt or sand. The parts move up and down and hold their position. They seem sturdy and I will update my review once my son plays and throws them around like he likes to do.

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