Little carpenters-in-training can keep the tools of their trade close at hand with this clever wooden pushcart. Magnetic forces hold the hammer, screwdriver and wrench securely in place on the front, while an assortment of building supplies (wood, nuts, bolts, washers and kid-safe nails) can be kept on top for easy access during playtime, or stored away in the bottom of the trolley. Magnets are embedded in the wood for extra safety.
For ages 18 months and up.
Perfect for little carpenters-in-training Magnetic forces hold 4 tools securely in place Comes with nuts, bolts, washers and more Magnets are safely embedded in the wood.
Comments about Product: I purchased this as a gift for my 2-year-old son. He enjoys it and should grow into it nicely over the coming year. I like this compact version of the traditional workbench toy. The materials are high quality. The only downside was the assembly process (the picture-based assembly instructions were a little vague). Still, with some time and effort it came together nicely.
By hsbpottey From
Comments about Product: I have no idea what everyone is complaining about with the assembly. It's not rocket science. It does take a bit of time, maybe 15 minutes but if you have the least bit of common sense it's very self explanatory. Also, we assembled it just fine only using a screw driver a drill is absolutely over kill. Great little pushcart and our 18 month old loves zooming around the house with it. We especially like how sturdy and well put together it is.
By Gram From
Comments about Product: The Toolbox Trolley is such a cute idea. However when my husband and I tried to put it together one of the parts was misaligned and cracked with the screw inside (which would not come out). We received NO help from Janod the manufacturer but got an immediate response from Magic Cabin who sent us the much needed part (but forgot the screw which we're going to try and match at a hardware store). Thank you Magic Cabin for responding so quickly!!! We haven't yet started back to putting it together - probably just fear of running into more problems with other parts. This is our grandson's Christmas present and he will LOVE it if it ever gets put together properly. I will probably have an excellent rating if it all works out in the end.
By Thermosbottl73 From
Comments about Product: Had a difficult time putting this toy together. Hard to tell what screws to use and where. Ended up having to drill bigger holes.
By MamaKat FromBoulder, CO
Comments about Product: My husband and I got this for our sons first birthday. It did encourage him to walk with about 20 hours of play. It was easy to assemble until I had to install the wheels. You need a drill to install or you will strip your screws. The toy screws are made of a very soft wood so if your child is a beaver like mine, be wary. The side panel is also a softer wood, so dents easily if crashed into walls and furniture. The front magnets are weak which is good for growing muscles but does mean you will have tools to chase down. Overall, I'm glad I purchased this cart for my son and am glad that it will grow with him.
By Elisa FromChicago, IL
Comments about Product: All of the tools have separated from the handles and did so fairly early on. We gave this to our son for Christmas last year (he's 2.5 now) and I hardly remember the assembly, so, it wasn't that traumatic or difficult for us. It's great to have a little place to store all of his "tool time" stuff and to help him feel like he's really helping with the handywork around the house!
By Nana FromWilliamsburg, VA
Well made but very difficult to assemble
Comments about Product: I bought this for my grandson. It took me over 3 hours to assemble--don't wait until the night before to start. The set is nice and solid except for the hammer. The head came off the first time my 22 month old grandson used it. I'll need to glue it on. He was very excited to have his own tools after watching others do repairs around the house. He started pushing it around immediately and he will enjoy being able to put the pieces underneath as well as on top of the trolley.
By Nani FromHendersonville, NC
Comments about Product: Gave to 16 mo grandson. He likes it now and will more with time. Enjoys pushing cart and over time is exploring the tool part more and more. Feels like a good value because it can be enjoyed for yrs.
By none FromNYC suburb
Tool Trolley So That I Can Work With Dad
Comments about Product: The putting together rather ruined the fun.
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My child is wishing and hoping and dreaming of this. They would be just thrilled to find it under the Christmas tree!