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Sainsburys pretend and play iron - £1.49 @ Sainsbury's instore

£1.49 @ Sainsbury's
A useful addition to all the other pretend and play that has been reduced in the past. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Read More
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2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago
A useful addition to all the other pretend and play that has been reduced in the past.
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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2 Likes #1
Great find, I need this for all the times I pretend to iron my shirts for work! :-)
1 Like #2
An iron as a toy - just hope your young kid doesn't try and have a play with a real one and finds out the hard way that they're heavy if pulled off an ironing board and onto the head (by the cord) and very hot to touch. Poor idea for a toy.
#3
I'm sure no one is silly enough to iron or leave it unattended when young children that do not understand are about. Good find heat added.
#4
There are people that silly - someone ironing, the phone rings they dash across the room to get to the phone where they left it and in the meantime that fast as lightning rug-rat has had a yank on the cord.

Why anyone would want to pretend to iron is beyond me - who enjoys ironing for real?
1 Like #5
monkeyhanger75
An iron as a toy - just hope your young kid doesn't try and have a play with a real one and finds out the hard way that they're heavy if pulled off an ironing board and onto the head (by the cord) and very hot to touch. Poor idea for a toy.

Why do you continue to post on things you don't like the idea of?
You posted the same sort of thing earlier on the toy kettle post!
I'm sure nobody is silly enough to let leave their children alone around the real kitchen appliances!
You could say the same about most toys, drills, hammers, toy scissors in doctors kits, toy hair dryers/straightness, teapots...the list is endless!
#6
monkeyhanger75
There are people that silly - someone ironing, the phone rings they dash across the room to get to the phone where they left it and in the meantime that fast as lightning rug-rat has had a yank on the cord.

Seriously! I would just put this down to bad parenting.

My daughter's has one of these for years and loves it, she's now almost 5, my 15 month old son also now enjoys helping out with the ironing and housework.
He also understand the difference between things that are toys and things he is NOT allowed to touch! But as a responsible parent I make sure there is nothing (that can cause him to much harm) within reasonable reach.
#7
nickhalluk
monkeyhanger75
There are people that silly - someone ironing, the phone rings they dash across the room to get to the phone where they left it and in the meantime that fast as lightning rug-rat has had a yank on the cord.

Seriously! I would just put this down to bad parenting.

My daughter's has one of these for years and loves it, she's now almost 5, my 15 month old son also now enjoys helping out with the ironing and housework.
He also understand the difference between things that are toys and things he is NOT allowed to touch! But as a responsible parent I make sure there is nothing (that can cause him to much harm) within reasonable reach.

Completely agree!
banned#8
monkeyhanger75
An iron as a toy - just hope your young kid doesn't try and have a play with a real one and finds out the hard way that they're heavy if pulled off an ironing board and onto the head (by the cord) and very hot to touch. Poor idea for a toy.

Do you see kids everywhere trying to drive trains? Fly Planes? Cook breakfast?Ride a horse?

No, of course not. It's a toy, a play thing - something to spark their imagination. My daughter has a kettle in her 'kitchen stuff tub' and loves it - she'd love this, too no doubt
#9
An essential piece of kit for all young girls. :)
#10
dereklogan7
An essential piece of kit for all young girls. :)

Now go make me a sandwich! ;)
#11
aldredd
monkeyhanger75
An iron as a toy - just hope your young kid doesn't try and have a play with a real one and finds out the hard way that they're heavy if pulled off an ironing board and onto the head (by the cord) and very hot to touch. Poor idea for a toy.

Do you see kids everywhere trying to drive trains? Fly Planes? Cook breakfast?Ride a horse?

No, of course not. It's a toy, a play thing - something to spark their imagination. My daughter has a kettle in her 'kitchen stuff tub' and loves it - she'd love this, too no doubt

There's a difference between a plane/car/train that require expertise, keyed access to bypass security and operate, not many people have a horse standing in their house waiting for someone to jump on either. Maybe a well supervised kid won't get the opportunity to use the real thing when it comes to kettles and irons, but when they see the real thing in the house getting used, they'll want to, if it looks like their "fun" toy but bigger - and if they get a few seconds on their own they'll try to get to it.

Not a very imaginative toy either is it? "What do you want to be when you grow up, Astronaut, train driver, doctor?" "No, I want to iron".
#12
I think I'll stick with my pretend & pay gas bill.
#13
Useless, water leaked all over my shirts
#14
Good buy. Got one At this price a month or so ago. Button on the bottom takes a bit of weight to make the sound but that'll train my daughter to make sharp creases at least :-)
#15
Hi son, I've got new toy rocket for you so you can dream big and become a scientist. Oh, and give your sister this toy iron, women should know their place.
#16
monkeyhanger75
An iron as a toy - just hope your young kid doesn't try and have a play with a real one and finds out the hard way that they're heavy if pulled off an ironing board and onto the head (by the cord) and very hot to touch. Poor idea for a toy.

It is poor idea to teach young girls that best they can do in life is play with some domestic appliances, but this subject aside - why on earth would you leave a hot iron on the ironing board unattended with small child around?
#17
I got this for my little boy, I'm not worried he might grow up and become an adult who irons :/
#18
looks like someone got burnt as a child and still isn't over it lol.

I've got 4 kids and none of them have every thought that the big iron was a toy as they've learnt from a very small age that it's hot. neither have we had any kettle burns, can't say the same about myself the amount of times I've caught my finger tips while ironing, ouch!
#19
Oh and I bought this in April I think at this price along with the tea set so it seems like a long time deal.
banned#20
BenderRodriguez
monkeyhanger75
An iron as a toy - just hope your young kid doesn't try and have a play with a real one and finds out the hard way that they're heavy if pulled off an ironing board and onto the head (by the cord) and very hot to touch. Poor idea for a toy.

It is poor idea to teach young girls that best they can do in life is play with some domestic appliances, but this subject aside - why on earth would you leave a hot iron on the ironing board unattended with small child around?

Who said this was for girls? My little boy will have just as much fun playing with this :)

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