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Battat Take-A-Part Vehicle Airplane (Old Model)
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- This product is the discontinued 2013 model, in a red Battat Box. A more recent version of this toy is available.
- Airplane size: 9.75" X 9.75" X 6.25"
- Includes 21 vehicle parts and a power screwdriver with 3 different bits
- Big chunky pieces for small hands to play with
- Ages 3 and up
- Requires two AA batteries -Not included
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Battat Take-A-Part Airplane
Kids learn how to take things apart and put them back together with the Battat Take Apart Plane. With tools and parts designed for young children, they get right to work. The nifty screwdriver with 3 bits is the just the power tool needed. Simply screw together pieces to complete the airplane.
Once it's finished they can take it for a flight around the room, then it's time to check the engine! With screwdriver in hand, children take the entire plane apart - Flip the switch to change the screwdriver's directions and easily unscrew piece after piece until there's nothing left but a pile of twenty-one parts. Good for ages 3+. And, don't forget! Righty tighty, lefty loosey! Batteries not included.
- Tools and a toy airplane to assemble and take apart
- Encourages fine motor skills, imagination, logic, interest in mechanics
- Screws and pieces are large - perfect for small hands
- Power screwdriver is easy to use with simple controls
- Includes 21 airplane parts, 1 battery operated power tool, 3 bits
- Requires 2 AA batteries - not included
- Strong, durable plastic parts
Learn By Doing!
Build Fine Motor Skills
Develop your child's fine motor skills with the Battat Take Apart Plane. With the tools provided your child can take apart and rebuild the Take Apart Plane
Easy to Use Screwdriver
The power screwdriver is easy to use with simple controls. To change the direction of the screwdriver, just flip the switch on the bottom.
Large, Durable Pieces
Screws and pieces are designed to be large for small hands. Parts are made of a strong, durable plastic.
Includes all the pieces needed to build and take apart the plane, including screwdriver and 21 airplane parts.
Top Customer Reviews
My younger son started playing with them when he was two. He does the same thing...loves to take them apart and put them back together with help. He also plays with them alot once they are together, even to the point of throwing the plane through the air, so it could fly. :-) After his first attempt, we didn't let him do that, but it didn't hurt the toy at all. It is very strong and durable.
I highly recommend these toys because they are very durable and extremely entertaining. In addition, each of them come in their own durable plastic boxes which contain all the parts when they are not being played with. After 4 years and an across country move, we did lose two small parts. I called the manufacturer and they sent me the two parts free of charge. You can't ask for better service.
The airplane itself is great and lots of fun to take apart and reassemble.
If you have a child who is mechanically inclined, this is an outstanding toy for him/her.
PS. Unlike the other reviewer, we have not had a problem with the drill; it has endured lots of abuse and still works OK.
The power driver that came with this airplane is horrible. It doesn't have the oompf required to remove the bolts. Seriously -- it's a dud. I took the recommendation of another reviewer and bought the "Design & Drill" Educational Insights Design and Drill Activity Center by Educational Insights. Design & Drill comes with a power driver that uses 3 AA batteries (instead of 2 used by Battat -- maybe that makes the difference??) and different bits, but the Educational Insight bits all fit the Battat bolts perfectly. And the Design & Drill comes with a plastic combo wrench and screwdriver handle, so the power driver can be tucked away on the shelf if you want a break from the noise or are out of batteries.
The Design & Drill driver still struggles on bolts that have been tightened too snuggly, but these fasteners aren't "tight" in the adult sense of the world an some simple finger manipulation will easily break them free.
The D&D driver is available as a separate item from Educational Insight's website for about $8, but it looks as though it doesn't come with any bits. And again, Battat's bits don't fit into EI's driver (or vice versa), but EI's bits fit Battat's bolt heads perfectly.
I imagine that more of Battat's "Take Apart" toys will eventually end up in our household. They're fun, even for us big kids. Fix the underpowered power driver and I'll give it 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We purchased these as give aways for a birthday party. It's as described, and the planes assembled nicely - they fly just ok - but the kids didn't mind. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Michelle Woods
Great gift for a 2 yr old. My nephew who loves airplanes loves this toy! I think this is a toy that will have longevity as opposed to those toys that have a lot of flash and noise... Read morePublished 24 days ago by LiaLia
Isnt really easy to work with when toddlers are not patient. Has too many pieces and takes time. I wouldnt purchase it again.Published 1 month ago by Balal Mumtaz
My 3 year old loves it! I wish it came with an extra screw. We lost one but that's our fault. We still make it work with a missing one. Great gift for any toddler.Published 1 month ago by Brianna Wagner
My 3 and 5 year old both love to take the plane apart and put it together countless times. The 3 year old needs help, but the 5 year old can do it on her own. It got played a lot. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cora
We still haven't been able to put it together with two wings yet - guess we'll have to involve a man!Published 2 months ago by Laurie