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JOHN DEERE POWER CLIPPER TOY
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
Young John Deere fans can help with the yard work with this unique and realistic hedge trimmer. Brightly-colored, tough plastic construction provides for safe handling. Recommended for ages 18 months and up.
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10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Cute toyAug 15, 2010
It's very lightweight and is also short. It has "grass clippings" that move around in the clear blade. These are what makes the noise when the button is pushed, so the noise is not at all what a real hedge trimmer sounds like. But my son loves the pull start and I love that it doesn't need batteries so these benefits outweigh that. You have to pull the pull start several times to wind it up and then press the button to make it go. As someone who has played yard working with my son over and over and over I appreciate that it gives you something to do other than just pushing a button.
9 of 11 found the following review helpful:
underpoweredJul 24, 2012
I gave this to my son to trim some bushes in the backyard, but he did a crappy job. He blamed the trimmer, but I think he's just weak.
5 of 6 found the following review helpful:
To cut bushes with Daddy...Jul 12, 2011
By Clay B.
My son has followed me all over our place as I cut and trim bushes, and he does the same with this trimmer. He thinks he is the man. He is three years old and loves it. We gave it to him for Christmas when he was two, and he has used it extensively. Good product. Four stars is because you have to repeatedly pull the cranking cord for the trimmer to work. This prevents having to buy batteries, but for young child who can't pull the cord himself, Mom and Dad end up doing a lot of work....but it's worth it.
Outdoor toysMay 30, 2014
By Jean C. Gorrin
My son loves to help his dad out cutting the grass. So this toy was perfect for him. It really lets him feel like his helping is dad out. The best part is that no battery are required.
Grandson helping DaddyMay 11, 2014
By Carol Ann Garcia
My daughter told me my little grandson is out in the yard helping his Daddy trim bushes. Teaching them early to work in the yard. Something they like to do anyway.
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