|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||36 months - 8 years|
|Item Model Number||5011551004046|
|Product Dimensions||16.8 x 40.5 x 18.8 cm; 698.53 Grams|
Casdon 485 Kids Electronic Backseat Driver Roleplay
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- Ideal drivers role play
- Features many realistic sounds including horn, revving engine, gear changing and braking
- Includes flashing indicators and illuminated speedo
- Supplied with accessories to fit in the back seat of a car, or can be used free-standing at home
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Little ones adore role play and pretending that they are doing important and realistic activities – just like the grown-ups! This Electronic Backseat Driver has been specially designed to be true to life, right down to the last detail so your little driver will really feel part of your world while developing essential life skills. Realistic role play for exploring imagination and developing social skills. Play encourages the development of hand-to-eye co-ordination. Buttons to activate, for understanding cause and effect. Activities help to develop problem solving and motor skills . Simulated driving sounds for added realism. Play encourages initial learning of left and right recognition
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 January 2019
It does have a rather cheap feel to it. Like something you'd expect to see at pound land.
I haven't used the suction cup to fix it as our car has sliding doors. Instead have threaded the pole through the cup holder in the tray in front - which keeps it upright.
Nor have I put the batteries in it so cannot comment on how the buttons work.
However - my son absolutely loves it. He is the co-pilot in the car and always holds onto it. Loves the journey to school and back... so can't complain from a user experience perspective.