Kidoozie Cool Tools Activity Set

November 18, 2013 - Comment

The lunchbox-size Cool Tools Box opens into an instant activity station for kids. An array of colored tools lets little builders get busy with shape sorting, hammering and fun sounds and music. Prompt music by spinning the gears, screw in screws, hammer nails and place shapes in their proper slots to hear the shape’s name.

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The lunchbox-size Cool Tools Box opens into an instant activity station for kids. An array of colored tools lets little builders get busy with shape sorting, hammering and fun sounds and music. Prompt music by spinning the gears, screw in screws, hammer nails and place shapes in their proper slots to hear the shape’s name. Includes drill with sound, screwdriver, wrench and hammer. Pieces are plastic. Ages 18 mos. and up. Imported.

Product Features

  • Tool box opens and becomes an activity station
  • Shape sorting
  • Power drill with sound
  • Hammer one nail and another pops up
  • Fun sounds and spinning, meshing gears

Comments

Mom of Two says:

Nice Idea, but Some Design Flaws I bought this for my son who is almost two and a half because he has a big interest in tools. I chose this one over some of the more realistic sets because he has a baby brother on the way and I didn’t want to get him something with too many choking hazards. I also liked that this has screws and bolts so he can practice actually using the tools.Pros–cute talking shape sorter-screw driver, hammer, and wrench can actually be used with the accompanying bolts, screws, and nails-cute carrying case to contain all partsCons– TOO LOUD! This toy does not have a volume control and when the child turns the gears it plays children’s songs at a high volume.- no on/off switch. It would be nice to be able to turn the sound feature off, so the child could just practice the mechanic aspects of the toy.- Toy does not come with the molded plastic insert shown in the picture. My child can rarely get all of the tools to fit inside by…

Jenn says:

Great development toy! but BEWARE….CHOKING HAZARD! PLEASE READ – My son got this when he was a little over 16 months and it’s been a hit ever since. At first he just used the shape sorters as a hide and seek area for other toys. WE liked the gears and the music that played while turning them, but I wasn’t prepared for the screws on the far left side to actually come ALL THE WAY OUT – posing as a choking hazard). Not quite 3 inches long but only about a AA battery size width. The picture shows the screws out of their threads. Luckily my son handed them to me instead of putting them into him mouth, and I have yet to return the 3 pieces to the set. HOWEVER, he didn’t seem to care because there is so many other tools and things to still play with. THus the reasons I am giving it such a high review. He enjoyed mastering the screwdriver and wrench (to the screws that do stay in) and the hammer and nails are pretty fun for him as well. I like that the box verbalizes each shape when placed into the sorter. It is a great teaching toy for…

K. Neely says:

Wonderfully entertaining, age-appropriate toy! Bought this for my son’s 1st b-day. It was one of the only tool sets that I could find that was age appropriate. The recommended age is 18 mo. and up and most other toys are 3 yrs. and older. I was concerned it would be too advanced for him, but he LOVES it! He is a very active boy and few toys keep his attention for more than a few minutes, but he will play with this toy for 15-30 minutes at a time. He really enjoys the shape sorter, nail/hammer function and the drill.I think that the manufacturer has improved the design since earlier reviews. Based on a few reviews, I was concerned that the screws may be a choking hazard, however on my set, the screws CANNOT be removed. Unfortunately, they didn’t make any other improvements (molded insert to hold the tools or making the drill actually move – why I gave it 4 stars). Yes, the noise is a bit loud – but I would say it’s equal to other electronic toys. I put a piece of masking tape over the speaker and it dulls it to just…

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