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SCHYLLING THOMAS THE TANK TRAIN JACK IN THE BOX
|CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.|
This decorative tin box plays the Thomas Theme Song. When you turn the handle, Sir Topham Hatt pops up. Traditional Thomas graphics are on all four sides, and the lid. It measures 5 .25" tall. It is safe for toddlers, too.
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3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
child pleasingDec 28, 2008
By Penny Legacy
My son is a Thomas the Train fan. He was just three when his love of
trains began. He still loves them. He is now seven and asked for a
jack-in-the-box for Christmas. I was very surprised due to his age.
However, I got on the computer and was so excited to find one with the
Thomas the Train Theme. I think it was by far- one of his favorite
Christmas presents (and I might add one of the most economical for us.)
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
poor qualityDec 06, 2007
By MBNA buyer
One corner of box had paint scratched off. Very hard to close lid after Sir Topham Hatt pops out. It takes two hands to do it and considering I bought it for my two year old grandson who hasn't quite got the dexterity for that yet, it means someone has to be there to keep shutting the lid. When I emailed the seller regarding this I got no response what so ever.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Mr. Topham Hat in the BoxJan 19, 2009
By J. Mijangos
It arrived quickly, in perfect shape. It is bright and attractive and fun. You just need to show your toddler how to crank it just a little past the popping open, so that when you push Mr. Topham Hat back in he will stay.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Not for toddlersJan 10, 2008
By J. Harris
When the gear is turned, the 'puppet' just sits there stuffed in the box. It doesn't automatically pop up. You have to use a hand to urge it to come up. Also I found that toddlers don't understand the clockwise/counterclockwise concept and try to turn it the opposite way. I tried to demonstrate the 'correct way' to a 2 year-old and it was just frustrating to him that he couldn't turn it the way he wanted.
Great GiftDec 06, 2013
By Cathy Fetter
Thomas the Train is a great gift for my Grandson who is so into the show it's funny. I would suggest it for any three year old.
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