VTech Drill & Learn Toolbox

June 10, 2019 - Comment

Fix and play with the Drill and Learn Toolbox by VTech! Open this toddler-friendly toolbox and get ready for role-play fun with the included electronic fix-it tray, working toy drill, hammer, wrench, nails and screws. Pressing the light-up buttons on the tray will trigger cheerful songs and introduce your little one to a variety of

Fix and play with the Drill and Learn Toolbox by VTech! Open this toddler-friendly toolbox and get ready for role-play fun with the included electronic fix-it tray, working toy drill, hammer, wrench, nails and screws. Pressing the light-up buttons on the tray will trigger cheerful songs and introduce your little one to a variety of tools, how they’re used and the sounds they make. Kids will love turning the colorful gears to hear clicking sounds or using the working toy drill to make them spin. Insert the double-sided instruction cards and learn about colors and numbers while pretending to make repairs. Discover tons of fix-it fun with this learning toolbox! Hammer, wrench, nails, screws and activity cards fit inside. Requires 2 AA batteries (batteries included for demo purposes only; new batteries recommended for regular use). Intended for ages 2 to 5 years.

Product Features

  • Fix and play with the Drill and Learn Toolbox by VTech; open this toddler-friendly toolbox and get ready for role-play fun with the included electronic fix-it tray, working toy drill, hammer, wrench, nails and screws
  • Requires 2 AA batteries (batteries included for demo purposes only; new batteries recommended for regular use); intended for ages 2 to 5 years
  • Working drill spins the gears and drills screws into the electronic tray’s holes; turn the gears to build motor skills and hear mechanical clicking sounds
  • Press light-up buttons for fun songs and to learn about a variety of tools, how they’re used and the sounds they make
  • Insert the double-sided instruction cards and learn about colors and numbers while pretending to make repairs; includes an electronic fix-it tray, drill, hammer, wrench, nails and screws

Comments

Anonymous says:

Drill doesnt’ work – poorly designed – waste of money. The real fascination for me when I was looking at buying this was the drill since my son is always trying to use my cordless drill if i’m not watching him. I thought I’d buy him his own. The drill is so poorly made that you have to very delicately squeeze the trigger and when you to the switch that moved the internal mechanism from forward to reverse partially engages. So, in order to drill in a screw you have to hold or tape the forward/reverse slide button in place and then with your other hand gently squeeze the trigger firmly but no too firmly. This is just cheap stuff not well made. I wish someone made kids toys that weren’t disposable immediately upon opening the package. I own several VTech items this was the first one that I felt like I got taken on. A little quality control in the design would easily fix this problem. Just more cheap stuff made in China or some other third world country.

Anonymous says:

Buy the Fisher Price Drillin Action Set Instead [[ASIN:B01IN4XI62 Fisher-Price Drillin’ Action Tool Set]] Meh. The drill takes more strength than my one year old has in just an index finger. The hammer and wrench are ok, but it’s not color coded and the bolts and screws aren’t interchangeable. The little picture cards were very quickly lost. The tools don’t actually all fit inside the tool box. The volume is too high. The lid has a double hinge which makes it a little trickier to close the box than a single hinge lid. We got this for my almost 2-year old son for Christmas – he’s quite advanced and easily played with a similar toy made by Fisher Price. This one is not that much fun though. I’d say it’s better suited for an older child, but my barely 4-year old didn’t think it was too great either.It could be easily improved by:1. Make the bolts, nails, and screws interchangeable so the kids don’t have to keep track of every single piece of the toolbox to play with it.2. Make it so the tools all actually fit inside the box.3. The story cards are a…

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