Rolobox Reuseable Wheel Kit for Boxes
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- Reusable wheel kit for boxes stimulate your child's imagination
- Turn any box into a bus, or a pram or even a train
- All parts are recyclable and packed in a reusable packaging
- Suitable for children between 3 - 7 years old
- WARNING: Choking Hazard. Small parts not for children under 3 years.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Top Customer Reviews
I can start off by saying that this kit doesn't really do anything a short piece of rope wont. Except that there's something magical about these wheels. I mean, frankly, an empty cardboard box is just as easy to slide across a floor or carpet, the wheels -- however wobbly -- complete the metamorphosis from box to bus.
The fun comes in picking out the construction paper and glue stick and replicating a bus or truck from a favorite book. The fire truck and Little Blue Truck were fun, but our favorite yet has been a big blue Pepsi truck. (I can't tell you how this came about -- we haven't ever kept any Pepsi in the house and he doesn't watch TV -- but "Pepsi Truck" was one of his first popular phrases and recognizable objects. I guess brand marketing works, even if by osmosis.)
Assembly takes an adult hand, but our 2-year old and his same-age cousin have no problem figuring out what plugs in to where once that task is done.
This kit isn't magic. It won't turn a flexy cardboard box into a sturdy Radio Flyer wagon, so you can count on your typical 30 pounder to trash the new creation the moment he or she decides to climb into it. But if, instead, you want to focus on picking up blocks or helping take something out to the car or the trash can, this is a pretty awesome incentive to get the little one inspired.
I'd love for the wheels to be just a little bigger and sturdier, and maybe with just a thin rubber strip around the circumference for a little grip on the floor, but then again, like I wrote in my title for this review, the fun isn't in the wheels themselves, it's in the creative projects they elicit.
Are there any cons? Only minor: an extra bolt and nut would be nice: just in case one gets lost. Also, a small drilling tool to make holes for the nuts would be great.... But a Phillips head screwdriver does the job too. ;)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exactly what I needed to make a rolling garbage can for my son. It's so easy to use.Published 14 months ago by S.
A tad old for my 2.5 year old, but I really love the idea. I couldn't actually figure out how to make the car box...duh...but I had a newborn, that's my excuse. Read morePublished 17 months ago by WildchildMama
This is one of the greatest ideas ever. We all know how kids love the boxes more than what's in them. Easy to use and great fun for the grandkids.Published 19 months ago by Kathleen Andres
My three year old loves it!she currently has it attached to a raisin bran costco size cereal box she pulls everywhere!:)Published 22 months ago by T Curtis
Our 3 year old and 5 year old grandchildren immediately saw the endless possibilities in these kits. Read morePublished on August 30, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Get it? Use the Amazon box and turn it into their latest toy! My kids love this. I had to use some scissors to punch a hole in the cardboard to get the screws through, but... Read morePublished on April 9, 2013 by Amazon Customer
The birthday boys LOVED this, and I was really pleased to give them a gift that they can reuse again and again. Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by Megan Fisher