Tuesday 4 October 2016

Flying Twirlywoos Review

At the end of the summer, my little two were sent a Flying Twirlywoos toy each, however, with our imminent house move and things being a bit hectic lately I have only just gotten around to writing about them now. Sorry. My delay in writing about these toys means that my little two have had plenty of time to play with these Flying Twirlywoos and really test them out, though. 

Flying Twirlywoos are little launcher sticks that have one of the four Twirlywoo characters on, with a plastic propeller on top to help them fly. Setting the Flying Twirlywoos up and getting them to work was super simple, you simply had to put some batteries in (3 AA) then you clip the propeller onto the Twirlywoo characters head and slot it into the launcher. Then  you press the button on the launcher and watch the Twirlywoo fly away. 

flying twirlywoos toy

My two and three-year-old were amazed by these toys and they both managed to figure out how to work them after only being shown the once. They can both fix the twirlywoo into place too, it really is that simple. 

My children have so much fun playing with these toys, they can be used both indoors and outdoors - don't worry they are safe indoors as they don't fly far and are really lightweight. They are recommended for children aged 3+ but my two-year-old son does love them just as much as his three-year-old sister and he can play with it with ease. 

Even though these toys have been played with for weeks now my little two still love playing with them and each time they press the button and see the Twirlywoo fly they are amazed and laugh with joy. Obviously having a two and three-year-old these toys have been thrown, dropped and grabbed at, however, they are so well built that they have not broke at all and still work perfectly. 

Available in all four Twirlywoo Character designs these toys would make a brilliant stocking filler toy for any Twirlywoos fan this Christmas. You can buy flying Twirlywoos from all leading toy retailers priced at £9.99 each, they are also available to buy in the Argos two for £15 toys range - making them a real bargain. 

Disclosure - We were sent these toys for the purpose of this review however, all opinions are my own. 

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