Mr Dusty, the garbage truck is a toy that both parents and kids alike will fall in love with. Dusty is fun, interactive and HE CLEANS UP! That’s right, Dusty’s favourite thing to do is to pick up the ‘litter’.
Aria hates tidying up, getting her to tidy up is a chore in itself, or at least it was before Dusty. Now that Mr Dusty has come along and ‘eats’ her toys tidying up has become a fun job, a job that she wants to do and that she doesn’t want any help with.
Dusty’s The Garbage Truck’s favourite food is Lego, he absolutely loves to munch on those little plastic squares, he will pick up most small toys, and larger items up to 2″ tall. He has a handy pipe in which you can slot the toys that he can’t pick up.
Once you’re done collecting the toys simply tip him up and he will empty his contents into one pile.
Aria absolutely loves Dusty The Garbage truck, she loves to feed him, she loves when he snores and she loves to wake him back up!
Dusty The Garbage truck doesn’t always pick everything up straight away, sometimes you do need to go back and fore several times, but I guess that’s all part of the fun, it would be pretty boring if you rolled him once and the job was done! Check out my video review to see Dusty The Garbage Truck in action.
Dusty requires four AA batteries which are included and is available to buy from all good toy stores nationwide for an RRP of £39.99.
*Disclosure – we received Dusty in exchange for an honest review*
For the third of my twelve days of Christmas I have a Dancing Paddington review & giveaway! That’s right, the second Paddington will be released on 10 November and to celebrate I am giving away a gorgeous, and pretty cool, Dancing Paddington.
Dancing Paddington comes wearing a cool Calypso shirt, but traditionalists fear not, the shirt is reversible and the other side features the famous blue duffel coat. Paddington is easily activated by pressing his paws, one paw triggers his fantastic dancing and the other triggers one of five pre-recorded phrases.
Paddington has hard, flat feet, meaning that he can dance on a flat surface and won’t fall over, unfortunately these flat feet don’t withstand evil children purposefully pushing him over to laugh at him dancing face down on the floor. Thankfully for you guys (and Paddington) said evil toddler doesn’t come with the bear.
As well as being super cute Paddington is super soft to touch. He requires three AA batteries which come included. My daughter loves to dance along with Paddington, I’m pretty sure she loves him as much as he loves Marmalade and I’m sure that your child will fall in love with this little guy too.
If you want to see Dancing Paddington in action or simply prefer to watch a video review you can watch my video below :
T&Cs : The winner will be contacted by email, if I receive no reply within one week I will draw another winner. UK only. Over 16 year olds only. If you claim to have submitted an entry which you haven’t all of your entries will be disqualified. Winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter.
*Disclosure – We were sent the Dancing Paddington for an honest review*