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Bosch Workbench X-Leg Toy at Smyths for £24.99
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Bosch Workbench X-Leg Toy at Smyths for £24.99

£24.99£38.9936%Smyths Toys Deals
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Posted 20th Oct 2019

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There is plenty to fix and build and no better way to do it than with this Bosch Workbench. Featuring 39 pieces including a range of tools and accessories, your little one will have hours of fun. Not only will this workbench encourage creative play but it can help to develop coordination and motor skills.
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25 also in Tesco for a couple of weeks. Not a bad deal, usually 27 ish on Amazon so not a massive saving.
Bah came here for a real one and it turns out it’s plastic!
I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks up Dad's chisel and does some damge (hopefully not to themselves) will seem like such a good idea? Just asking.
Besford20/10/2019 12:03

I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks …I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks up Dad's chisel and does some damge (hopefully not to themselves) will seem like such a good idea? Just asking.


What about these ones from Smyths instead?
smythstoys.com/uk/…228
Besford20/10/2019 12:03

I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks …I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks up Dad's chisel and does some damge (hopefully not to themselves) will seem like such a good idea? Just asking.


It’s called roleplay and its good for
Kids teach kids how to use a respect tools, it’ll serve them well! But also maybe dads chisel should be somewhere safe.
Besford20/10/2019 12:03

I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks …I do question the wisdom of these toy toolkits. When the same kid picks up Dad's chisel and does some damge (hopefully not to themselves) will seem like such a good idea? Just asking.


Same thing could be said of toy kitchens. Or toy cars. Or toy laptops.
rossysaurus20/10/2019 16:14

Same thing could be said of toy kitchens. Or toy cars. Or toy laptops.


Or toy frisbees!
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rossysaurus20/10/2019 16:14

Same thing could be said of toy kitchens. Or toy cars. Or toy laptops.


Kitchens I agree. Cars or laptops I doubt.
scooch20/10/2019 13:34

It’s called roleplay and its good forKids teach kids how to use a r …It’s called roleplay and its good forKids teach kids how to use a respect tools, it’ll serve them well! But also maybe dads chisel should be somewhere safe.


Agree - but in reality....
VivianDooshley20/10/2019 12:42

What about these ones from Smyths instead? …What about these ones from Smyths instead? https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/toys/construction-and-cars/tool-sets/stanley-5-piece-tool-set/p/173228


"...Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years..." Yep, even crazier!
My kids have played with this a ridiculous amount. Very suprised it's got so much use. Highly recommend
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