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Big Band Drum Kit - £10.00 @ Wilkos

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
This has got some great reviews on Amazon where it's currently out of stock (Amazon America, the GB one is out of stock & no reviews).

Great toy for a toddler, going to pick one of these up in store for my cousin.

Ages 2 - 5 Years
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#1
their mum and dad will love you !

looks great so heat added-but i'm going for quiet toys this year !
#2
Has got to be hot! Even if it's rubbish,at least you won't mind binning it.
#3
lucerysmum
their mum and dad will love you !

looks great so heat added-but i'm going for quiet toys this year !


I'm still bitter about never having received a Mr Frosty, so i'm on a mission to buy the nosiest toys possible. Parents shall not have a quiet Christmas!
#4
Will this work on a xbox 360?
#5
Good deal....but I won't be buying for my kids, noise would do my head in. So anyone you want to get back?? A brilliant present for them?? Mmmm may buy 2!!
#6
Chiptivo
Will this work on a xbox 360?


Needs moar wireless.
#7
Hope buyer's kids live nowhere near me! :)
#8
We bought one of these for my son last year, they are very light weight, but we have found it very durable. He loves it, and still to date it hasn't broken.

Would recommend.

Heat added
#9
Like it.
Good find
#10
My 5 year old will love this for Christmas.

And at £10 who cares if he gets fed up of it fast....Or I throw it out the window.
banned#11
I bought this for my 21 year old mate (who happens to be a drummer) when he moved because he couldn't bring his kit. He said normally cymbals with screws in like in this kit cost £300+, therefore we decided this kit was a bargain. On a serious note it's actually quite good quality for the price can take a serious whack without any lasting effect, don't try spinning on the seat if you weigh more than 5 stone otherwise you'll get a sore rear :oops:.
#12
bought one in october for my 2yr olds birthday

every attachment had broken off within a week,now in bits in the garage

bit cheap and nasty,spend a bit more for better quality
#13
hellohello
bought one in october for my 2yr olds birthday

every attachment had broken off within a week,now in bits in the garage

bit cheap and nasty,spend a bit more for better quality


you need to take back your 2 year old,
banned#14
pjcorrigan
I'm still bitter about never having received a Mr Frosty,


You didn't really miss much, apart from 23 different E numbers in a cup with ice.
banned#15
hellohello
bought one in october for my 2yr olds birthday



Description says "Not suitable for children under 3 years."

Maybe better for a 3 year old using it correctly.
#16
I would've loved one of these as a kid but I pity the parents/neighbours!!!
#17
bought one last year. stool broke in about 5 mins and my little boy of 2 at the time is not a heavy little boy. good price but DO NOT BUY.
#18
Great price-ordered for my little one- that should wind his mother up a bit!!!!:whistling::santa:
#19
Want to buy my niece one but I don't thinl my brother and sister in law would be too happy ha ha worth it just to see their face christmas morning though XX
#20
Chiptivo
you need to take back your 2 year old,


mabccc
Description says "Not suitable for children under 3 years."

Maybe better for a 3 year old using it correctly.


you think a 3yr old is gonna bang the drums less?

dont say I didnt warn you
#21
Also bough one of these for my 3 year old girl - didn't even last a day before 3 different part were broken :x
#22
geat gift for my friends kids :)

Heat added
#23
I'm buying one for my bosses kid..........I hate my boss........;-)

Thanks op.
#24
No snare? Tut-tut.
#25
Arc'Tan'Gent
No snare? Tut-tut.


No snare and no hi-hat. It means this is just for banging on and making noise, and is not really suitable for playing music on, nor for learning to play.

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