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5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of fun!, October 10, 2010
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I bought this toy several months ago after seeing it recommended in Parents magazine. My son loves this toy! He loves to pull the knob for the drill press, bang on the pegs and spin the paint roller. This has been the best $25 I've spent in his short life. It's withstood all the banging he can dish out and he loves the lights and music. I like changing the mode from time to time (counting/ABC's, tool sound effects, music) to mix things up for him and he sometimes looks surprised that it's different from the last time he played with it. I think it keeps him from getting bored. He goes through phases with his toys, he'll have favorites for a while, but he always loves this toolbench. We don't go away for a weekend or on vacation without it!
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Initial post: Mar 20, 2011, 7:46:19 PM PDT
M. Als says:
How old was your son when he was really into this toy? Thinking about getting it for a 1-yr old birthday.

In reply to an earlier post on Jan 13, 2012, 10:45:42 PM PST
My son received this at his 1st birthday. It is the kind of toy that he sits with to play for a few minutes, then on to the next thing. He has always been way more into dress up pretend play (maybe because of big sister). His fireman boots, cowboy hats, and toy tool box have provided WAY more entertainment. This almost seems more fit for a 9 to 12-month-old. My kids (2 and 4) do love their Laugh and Learn piano. You should check that out. It was the best toy I've bought.
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