My Mummy's World : My 1st JCB Toys Review

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

My 1st JCB Toys Review

Jack loves cars, infact Jack loves vehicles of any sort, if they speed across the floor their a big hit! So much so we play cars often, his upmost favourite are definitely the ones which make the noise and give mummy a headache. So when we were recently contacted to review a couple of the My 1st JCB toys, I couldn't say no I knew Jack would love them.
 
We were kindly sent the My 1st JCB Press and Go Joey and My 1st JCB Talking Rocco Rescue. Both of these vehicles are very chunky so suitable from 12months+, so perfect as a first toy choice.
My 1st JCB

My 1st JCB Press and Go Joey
Press and Go Joey.
'Joey Is a Popular member of the My first JCB team. He is perfect for all sorts of construction work and just loves getting dirty!'

Jack loves toys which go on their own as such, and loves to chase them to where they have gone so this was perfect! This toy comes with two large bolders (rock cargo) which are perfect for little hands. You can place them into the scoop of Joey for him to carry along. The digger itself is chunky and works really well on a variety of floor surfaces. The cab itself was a bit hard to push down for Jack all the way I don't know if it's the newness or just in general but still overall a perfect toy!
The Press and Go Joey has an RRP of £9.99

My 1st JCB Talking Rocco Rescue
Talking Rocco Rescue.
'Rocco is a truly magnifico rescue truck! Hes great at fixing engines and a whizz at towing diggers. Always stylish, never panicked Rocco is there for his friends whenever needed'

As with all of the My 1st JCB Talking range, these toys feature 5 unique phrases, flashing lights and sounds as well as moveable parts. On the rear of Rocco there is a moving tow arm which you can use to pretend other vehicles are broken which Jack absolutely loved. Rocco has an Italian accent so initially is hard to understand however you soon become adapted and repeat the phrases. Just be prepared to have a headache from your child pressing it constantly all day! As this is a talking toy Rocco takes two AAA batteries, and initially comes with them included but good to know for back up. Rocco Rescue has an RRP of  around £15.
My 1st JCB Talking Rocco Rescue Features

Please Note: I received these products for review all opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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