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This review is from: Quercetti Georello Kaleido Gears, 55 pieces (Toy)
I purchased these gears for my middle child, who is developmentally delayed and loves to spin things.
When I read the description of 55 pieces I thought foolishly I was going to get 55 gears. Instead, I got 55 total parts, to include the base parts, circles which connect the gears, and the gears. That worked out to 17 gears total. The gears are large, medium and small. They are colorful and easy to interlink. At first I was disappointed that I didn't get more gears in this set but after awhile of seeing how durable they were and how much my son played with them I was appeased.
I also got the bucket of Gears, Gears, Gears from another company and while those gears are a bit more plentiful and versatile, these gears are a must have set since they are larger, easier to handle and more colorful. Enjoy!
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Initial post: Jul 15, 2012 11:46:37 AM PDT
The Claussens says:
Thanks for revealing total gears that come with the set. It's cheating not to clarify on product description. If they are just 17 gears, those magnet gears version (24 gears) might be better for us- less clutter- you know what I mean. Playing on magnetic door, wall, or side of the fridge is a better idea to minimize toys on the floor as we could.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014 10:06:43 PM PST
Adetola Kayode says:
Do gears from other company (gears, gears, gears) fit to gears from quercetti. I am planning to buy those from Quercetti but I though Iwould buy more from Learning resources later if my son likes it as there are more pieces. Thank you
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