CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Fisher-Price Fix-it Right Manny’s Repair Shop
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- Build and fix exciting projects like Handy Manny
- Pick the blueprint you want to work on and Manny will guide you through it
- Includes over 40 parts to do the projects and 20 projects to complete
- Features a fix-it power saw and a fix-it power drill to do projects with
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I cannot say that I feel this is a $100 toy. $50 is an acceptable amount of money to put out for it, but in my opinion it is really not worth much more than that.
The front of the box shows that you can "build and fix more than 20 projects", and shows that you insert the "blueprint" onto the worktable, then follow the instructions. On the back of the box it is mentioned that there are only 3 blueprints that actually insert into the table, the other projects are on a "blueprint poster" which is basically a piece of paper. Apparently during assembly my daughter stepped on this piece of paper because it already had a hole in it by the time we were ready to build. That is something that is not going to last. They could have at least made it a laminated poster.
Also, there really could have been more tools than just a screwdriver and hammer. I also think there could have been more building pieces, as you can pretty much only make one thing at a time.
The blueprint cards themselves could also have been bigger as this toy is for ages 3 and up, and it really would not have hurt to make them a little bigger so the drawings could be a little clearer.
As someone else mentioned, they could have done a little better with part storage. There is nowhere to store the screws, plates, tools and blueprint cards, not to mention the flimsy poster.Read more ›
1. There are soooo many little pieces to these projects, and no practical storage to keep it all in. I'd like to see plastic bins underneath to hold the screws, nails, and "wood" pieces in. For right now, we keep it all in a Ziploc freezer storage bag.
2. This product comes with Pat (the hammer) and Turner (I think- the screw driver). My daughter was a little upset that it didn't come with all of the tools... I think for the price all the tools could be included.
All in all, it's a great toy, and both of my kids love it.
1. Overall, it is flimsy. One good fall into this and I dare say something will be forever broken.
2. It comes with very few building pieces.
3. The storage for the building pieces is a joke. There are slots where the "boards" are supposed to go, but they don't fit and apparently you're just supposed to throw all the screws and brackets onto the table because there is nowhere to put them. The first thing I had to do was go find a bin to put everything in.
4. There are supposed to be directions to make 20 projects, but only three are on the cards that work with the workbench. The others are printed on a piece of paper that will be torn and lost in no time.
5. I looked and looked for the rest of the tools before realizing that all it comes with are a hammer and screwdriver. Really? For a $[...] MSRP they couldn't throw in a few more plastic tools? Instead, I'm supposed to buy those separately.
So, overall, if you can find it for $[...], it is a decent buy but don't expect something worthy of the $[...] price tag.
This workshop does come with a lot of "projects" to build but most are too fragile to actually play with such as the racer whose wheels unscrew off with mild play.
The blueprint instructions that get Manny to "talk you through" the project are pretty generic. He tells you to "gather the pieces you'll need", "let's get started","check the blueprint and continue", etc. The only thing that changes is the first sentence where he tells you what you'll be building, after that, all the statements are identical and don't actually provide any instruction.
The pieces it comes with don't interlock in too many different ways like Lego blocks would. For the price, we definitely expected it to do a lot more. Our son does enjoy it because Manny talks to him, he get to hammer "nails" into the work table and it came with a smaller Pat and Felipe which fit better in his hands. Our daughter likes the pieces and uses the drill press and table saw to "drill" and "cut" through the pieces.
So overall, he loves it, which is what matters, but we were disappointed. It IS sturdy, his 3 year old sister sat on it once and it held her fine.
Would recommend it if it's on sale somewhere but not for the [...] we paid.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great toy and Manny talks as well, which the kids get a kick out of it. My oldest son has outgrown the toy, but we still have it and my youngest plays with it all the... Read morePublished on March 25, 2014 by Koeun Marra
We purchased this for our nephew for Christmas and he absolutely loves it. It arrived quickly and with very title assembly, he was able to play with it right away.Published on January 18, 2013 by The Stugots
We bought this for our two year old grandson. He loves it! Lots of cool sounds and tools that he can manage.Published on January 4, 2013 by Ronald Hubbard
First off, I actually bought this at Toysrus for $39.99 but would not pay the $60-$100 some people are mentioning. Read morePublished on April 5, 2012 by Rosebud
Santa brought this workbench for my 3 year old son and he LOVES it. He built a birdhouse with his dad tonight using the birdhouse card and Handy Manny's oral instructions. Read morePublished on January 6, 2012 by K. Cone
My three year old loves building just about anything. This toy is great for the child that actually wants to build, as well as the child that likes to pretend he is building. Read morePublished on December 29, 2011 by E. Ross
My kids love the toy, but I agree with other reviews, for the price of it, it needs more. It should come with all the tools and it DOES need some type of storage for all the... Read morePublished on October 29, 2011 by RangerRik
The manufacture supplied images used here clearly show 7 tools (image #4) however the product contains only 2 (hammer and screwdriver)
It images are clearly misleading... Read more