Thomas & Friends Bath Island - Half Price Now £6.49 - Boots + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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When Thomas the Tank Engine and his friend Bulstrode need to take a break after a busy day, they go to Thomas's bath island where there are lots of great things to do.
Launch Thomas down the ramp, scoop up water with Bulstrode, pour water into the tower to make the wheel spin and create bubbles from the chimney of the house.
Secures to the side of the bath with the suction cups
Suitable for 2 years and over

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#1
thats cheap but its not the mosty entertaining toy!! my son didnt even look at his!! and its hard to get it to stick to the wall. id recommend the teletubbies bath island that floats!! still voting hot cos thats less than i paid!!
#2
Aye, we have this and it doesn't stay stuck to the side of the bath. Very frustrating.
#3
Pistol
Aye, we have this and it doesn't stay stuck to the side of the bath. Very frustrating.


I have to disagree with the above quotes. I bought one for my son years ago, and i have no problems with it sticking to the bath. The trick is to put a load of Loctite super glue on the suction pads. ;-)
#4
out of stock. expired
good deal tho
#5
omisnad
I have to disagree with the above quotes. I bought one for my son years ago, and i have no problems with it sticking to the bath. The trick is to put a load of Loctite super glue on the suction pads. ;-)


Yeh but they designed with the suction pads to stick to the wall tiles and they never do. We had a Pooh one a few yrs back and it was forever falling down.
#6
We've got one, and my son could not be less interested in it. He'd much rather bounce the plastic tea pot off my head. Oh yeah and it doesn't stick, just sort of slowly slides down the bath until submerged.
#7
thanks for the feedback on this deal as i would have bought it but might go for the teletubby one again for my son as my daughter loved hers - cheers :)

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