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Fisher-Price Manny's Transforming Tool Truck


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  • Manny's big red truck is equipped with 4 tools from the show
  • The coolest part about this truck is that it also transforms into Manny's tool bench for great two-in-one play
  • There are tons of fun bilingual phrases, sound effects and fix-it jobs
  • Fun for every Preschooler

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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 26 x 8.4 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00176GOMO
  • Item model number: M1131
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #461,075 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Step into Manny's world with this amazing transforming tool truck. Manny's big red truck is equipped with four tools from the show and lots of fun things to fix. There are five engine parts in all that may break down at random, and Manny can only fix them with your help.

Just like in the show, your child will receive a phone call from different people in the neighborhood asking you to fix their broken items. Can you pick the correct tool for the job? The "Fix-It Right" song plays to help you along! Press the special Manny button, which offers helpful phrases for further encouragement. Once you make the correct fixes, the item comes alive with fun sound effects. Features tons of bilingual phrases, sound effects and fix-it jobs, plus "blueprints" that show how to do the fixes. Truck also transforms into Manny's tool bench for two-in-one play, and Manny figure fits inside the cab of the truck for take-along play. Requires three "AA" batteries, included. Measures 20"L x 7.5"W x 10"H.

From the Manufacturer

Now you can step into Manny's world with Manny's Transforming Tool Truck. Manny's big red truck is equipped with 4 tools from the show and many fun things to fix. The engine can break down at random, and Manny and the tools can only fix it with your help.

Customer Reviews

The cab piece, however, pops off VERY easily and doesn't serve much of a purpose.
Heather
And to begin with my sons cordination wasent good enough to use the tools on the things needing fixed, but he could do it by hand.
Eva
I have no doubt my son is going to get hours and hours of enjoyment from this toy.
J. Rud

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on August 11, 2008
I was so excited when I first saw this toy. It looked like it came with quite a few of Manny's Tools and my son could actually take things apart and 'fix' them. There are 9 different fixing activities: toaster, clock, camera, fan, radiator, engine, air filter, battery, and spark plug. Most of the parts come completely off of the truck (not the engine or the spark plug). Manny makes suggestions on what to fix, your child may receive a phone call from a client stating that their item is not working properly, or your child can choose. The truck hood opens to fix the engine parts and the bed of the truck converts into Manny's Repair Shop. This set comes with: Rusty (pipe wrench), Felipe (phillips head screwdriver), Squeeze (pliers), Dusty (saw), and a vise. Once a project is completed, Manny congratulates the child on his/her accomplishment.

Here are the problems that I have discovered: 1. The wrench (Rusty) does not work very well. You cannot move him in a circular motion given the tight spaces of the screws. You need to constantly take him off and re-adjust. Therefore, my son opts to use the pliers (Squeeze), but he is not coordinated enough at this age to do so. He becomes frustrated and wants me to fix the item. 2. The saw (Dusty) has no real purpose and is not interactive. A piece of wood sits in the vice and you may freely saw the wood. No instruction is given and it doesn't really fit in with the rest of the toy. 3. Occasionally, Manny states (as he does in his show) to measure it twice and cut it once. However, this toy does not come with a tape measure. Not really sure what we are supposed to measure. It is just a random statement. 4. Where is Manny? There is a front seat that is large enough to store all the parts and still have room for a Manny doll. 5.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Dan R. Spencer on October 17, 2008
My son (almost 4 yrs old) saw this on TV and really wanted it. I almost didn't get it because of the price but he was willing to do chores and he put some old toys in a yard sale and even set up a little pop and cookie stand. So it shows up at 2:00 pm and he played with it non-stop until bed. The next day we finally had to tell him to give it a break and play outside for a while. He absolutely loves it. The coolest thing is he now knows where the air filter, spark plugs, battery, and radiator is in Manny's truck. He also knows how to use a screw driver, wrench, hand saw, and pliers. He loves to work on all the little fix-it projects that he gets via the cell phone that came with it. Very cool toy and well worth the $60 bucks I spent. It put away small enough to be out of the way too! So if your kid likes the Handy Manny show, trucks, tools, fixing stuff, toy cell phones, and learning spanish/english words, buy this toy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Langtreats on January 29, 2009
My son cannot get enough of Handy Manny. He got this truck from Santa. He likes it, but does not play with it as much as he does his other Handy Manny toys. He actually plays with it more when my 6 year old starts playing it, but I think it is more from the sibling rivalry standpoint rather than true desire to play with it. It is cumbersome to assemble as the workbench, then to put back together as a truck. My son definitely needs help in changing it from one mode to the other, which frustrates him. If you are hedging between the large tool box or this, definitely opt for the tool box.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jeddy 3 TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 1, 2009
Neither my son nor I know Handy Manny from Adam. Apparently it's a Disney show, but we've never seen it, so I had no particular expectations when he got this toy as a Christmas gift. At first I was skeptical -- it seemed very complicated, with a lot of moving parts and loose pieces, and various voices that seemed to say things at random in English, Spanish, and Spanglish.

How wrong I was. I may have been a little baffled by this truck/tool bench combo, but my kid, who just turned 3, seemed to know intuitively what to do. He immediately started screwing in the "air filter" and "battery" under the hood of the car and adjusting the "spark plugs" with the wrench, etc. The voices, which I had thought were blurting random things, were actually giving instructions. For example, if the child touches the air filter, the voice says, "Okay. Let's fix the air filter!" When the child screws the air filter down, the voice says, "Great! You fixed the air filter!" The constant encouragement is a real boost for my son. There are many, many (Manny, Manny?) things to do with this toy; once the child is bored with fixing the engine, he can scoot the truck around like a regular car or open the back of the truck, which transforms into a workbench covered with items (camera, fan, etc) awaiting "repair." Voices of "customers" tell him what's broken and thank him when he screws in the appropriate piece to repair the item. Interestingly, almost all the voices are Spanish-accented, even when speaking English. I'm guessing this has to do with the show this toy is based on, but it seems a bit odd.

My only complaint is that the cheerful salsa theme songs can get to be a bit much. Thankfully, they're not too loud or offensive, but I wouldn't recommend this for any parent who strongly dislikes salsa music.
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