This cute car shaped rattle features 3 press buttons to introduce baby to car concepts, colours, music and sensory and tactile stimulation. The music button plays 11 uplifting melodies and happy 3 sing-along songs. Press the window to learn the colour of the car and car keys. Shake the car to activate the motion sensor and listen to engine and acceleration sounds for realistic role play. Includes a flashing light - up window.
Box Age: Birth +
Core Child User age: Birth +
Contents: 1 x VTech My 1st Car Key Rattle Pink, 1 x manual
My 1st Car Key Rattle Pink is rated
3.5 out of
Rated 4 out of
Perfect first toy / rattleBaby was fascinated by the colours and sounds. Good quality. Available in different colours but may have been discontinued by the manufacturer. Ordered & was able to click & collect in store the following day. Can fully recommend.
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 3 out of
Car Key RattleVery disappointed in this item.
Bought for my 7 month old granddaughter so she would have her own keys (she loves my car keys!).
Just looked quickly at the box and gave it to my daughter- in- law to open at home.
When i next saw my grand daughter I noticed the keys/rattle were in the buggy, and had a look at them.
They were far to heavy for a young child. The car is very large as are the keys! She does try to hold them but they always fall down because they are too heavy and large for small hands!
The musical car is a nice touch but I definitely would NOT have bought this toy if I had seen how cumbersome it was.
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