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Argos Chad Valley Toy Crane £8.25 @ Argos
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Argos Chad Valley Toy Crane £8.25 @ Argos

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Posted 17th Oct 2019

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The power is in your hands as you control your very own crane. You can use the remote control to move the crane from side to side and lower the levers to pick up items from the ground and move them wherever they need to go. This giant 100cm crane rotates 360 degrees and has realistic construction sounds and accessories.

My 3yr old little boy will be very happy with this for Christmas.

Also ordered him a tub of Chad Valley wooden bricks for £5.50:

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Had one a couple of years, the kids love it (as do adults).

At this price, I'd well recommend.

The left right swivel doesn't work any more on ours but it's taken some real hammerings so can't complain.

Great fun.
Edited by: "black.knight" 18th Oct 2019
Heat!!

I want this, no chance of the kids getting a turn!
Thanks OP. Just ordered 2 to collect for my almost 4 year old and almost 5 year old grandsons. Btw, if they were granddaughters, I would still buy them.
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Had one a couple of years, the kids love it (as do adults).

At this price, I'd well recommend.

The left right swivel doesn't work any more on ours but it's taken some real hammerings so can't complain.

Great fun.
Edited by: "black.knight" 18th Oct 2019
Showing as £11 for me.
Rusty8218/10/2019 08:11

Showing as £11 for me.



.The OP has a code CHAD25 which reduces it to the headline price. Although the post doesn't say you need to use it to get price
sotv18/10/2019 08:27

.The OP has a code CHAD25 which reduces it to the headline price. Although ….The OP has a code CHAD25 which reduces it to the headline price. Although the post doesn't say you need to use it to get price


Ah, I did wonder if there was maybe a code. Cheers for that.
Sorry, newbie here. I've not posted a deal before. I have amended the title.
Edited by: "gillyc3983" 18th Oct 2019
Thanks, OP, ordered.
Cheers...
Thankyou
Thanks op!
Heat!!

I want this, no chance of the kids getting a turn!
Thank you ordered
The wooden toolbox is also really good value with that code, as it brings it down to £4.50
argos.co.uk/pro…650
Thanks so much
Thanks OP. Just ordered 2 to collect for my almost 4 year old and almost 5 year old grandsons. Btw, if they were granddaughters, I would still buy them.
Thanks
Where do I insert the code please?
littlecutesy18/10/2019 12:18

Where do I insert the code please?


You need to pay on the website now and not reserve to enter the code.
willey18/10/2019 12:34

You need to pay on the website now and not reserve to enter the code.


Thanks, yes I tried to reserve. See it now
cheers op
Thanks op, got it for my nephew for Christmas. Well for him to open, I'll probably play with it
Thankyou. Just ordered 3 as gifts Inc 1 for my son . I just hope they'll be ok for 6 year olds
ordered thanks. birthday present sorted
granto318/10/2019 11:45

Thanks OP. Just ordered 2 to collect for my almost 4 year old and almost …Thanks OP. Just ordered 2 to collect for my almost 4 year old and almost 5 year old grandsons. Btw, if they were granddaughters, I would still buy them.


Really? I have one but was debating whether she would play with it. Anyone else have any thoughts?
We got one last Christmas. Fell apart eventually as it’s not brilliantly made. But it was a huge hit with my 5 year old. Less so with my wife as it is rather unwieldy to store!
sydney87118/10/2019 14:51

Really? I have one but was debating whether she would play with it. … Really? I have one but was debating whether she would play with it. Anyone else have any thoughts?


Unless she’s conditioned into playing with dolls and or pink plastic toys, I don’t see why not. My grandsons will just happily play with what’s put out when they visit me, Baby Annabelle and accessories, toy buggies, prams, dolls house, tea sets etc. I know that cranes are seen to be a male thing but surely not in this day and age when we are encouraging girls to seek work in what has previously been perceived as male environment. Anyway, at this price, worth a punt. If not successful, take it to a charity shop. Personally, I think she will enjoy it in whichever activity her imagination takes her to.
Thanks ordered!
granto318/10/2019 15:31

Unless she’s conditioned into playing with dolls and or pink plastic toys, …Unless she’s conditioned into playing with dolls and or pink plastic toys, I don’t see why not. My grandsons will just happily play with what’s put out when they visit me, Baby Annabelle and accessories, toy buggies, prams, dolls house, tea sets etc. I know that cranes are seen to be a male thing but surely not in this day and age when we are encouraging girls to seek work in what has previously been perceived as male environment. Anyway, at this price, worth a punt. If not successful, take it to a charity shop. Personally, I think she will enjoy it in whichever activity her imagination takes her to.


Thanks
Thanks for this
Thanks order cane and bricks put away for xmas
Bargain of the day
Thanks @gillyc3983
Ordered heat added, many thanks
There is also an offer on my Nectar account so check yours - 500 Nectar points on £25 spend and 1000 points on £50 spend if you have accounts linked.38695852-iYK1C.jpg
Thanks for posting and a somewhat belated welcome to hotukdeals we have added your thread to the Highlights pages @gillyc3983
granto318/10/2019 15:31

Unless she’s conditioned into playing with dolls and or pink plastic toys, …Unless she’s conditioned into playing with dolls and or pink plastic toys, I don’t see why not. My grandsons will just happily play with what’s put out when they visit me, Baby Annabelle and accessories, toy buggies, prams, dolls house, tea sets etc. I know that cranes are seen to be a male thing but surely not in this day and age when we are encouraging girls to seek work in what has previously been perceived as male environment. Anyway, at this price, worth a punt. If not successful, take it to a charity shop. Personally, I think she will enjoy it in whichever activity her imagination takes her to.


No actually not always the case. As I have a daughter who usually does play with her elder brothers toys but absolutely LOVES her dolls pushchair etc. We just bought this for elder son 4yrs old and he absolutely loves it. Little sister will demand a turn but it's really not her thing, will chuck the controller thing down within 2 mins and run off to her other toys, she's just not interested. And we never actually say this toy is yours/brothers/little sisters, we will bring anything and say it's to share..so it's not a matter of conditioning it's basically just what they naturally gravitate towards, and yes she has loved some of the boyish toys but for this one I would NOT recommend for a girl. Just my opinion
I managed customise clutch on it. Added extra piece of spring from ballpoint pen to get more of S. W. L. !
Edited by: "jakbli" 18th Oct 2019
GazAysh18/10/2019 19:27

No actually not always the case. As I have a daughter who usually does …No actually not always the case. As I have a daughter who usually does play with her elder brothers toys but absolutely LOVES her dolls pushchair etc. We just bought this for elder son 4yrs old and he absolutely loves it. Little sister will demand a turn but it's really not her thing, will chuck the controller thing down within 2 mins and run off to her other toys, she's just not interested. And we never actually say this toy is yours/brothers/little sisters, we will bring anything and say it's to share..so it's not a matter of conditioning it's basically just what they naturally gravitate towards, and yes she has loved some of the boyish toys but for this one I would NOT recommend for a girl. Just my opinion


They’re all individuals, thankfully. But when I was a child (many moons ago), one of my favourite toys was a motorboat. Loved my dolls too. I suppose these days, in nursery, they get the chance to try everything anyway. I’d definitely buy it for my granddaughter, except she’s ten now and more into clothes unfortunately.
No stock anywhere near me sadly
Is this too young for an 7yr old?
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