Zanussi Iron (kids) - with Lights and Sound Effects - rrp £6.99 - now £3.16 at Amazon
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Zanussi Iron (kids) - with Lights and Sound Effects - rrp £6.99 - now £3.16 at Amazon

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Found 14th May 2012
Zanussi Iron - with Lights and Sound Effects - rrp £6.99 - now £3.16 at Amazon - Also Toaster - £4.67

Battery Operated Zanussi Iron with features just like the real thing! Turn the dial to activate light up ring, press the button for realistic sounds. Battery requirements: 3x Button Cell (included) For 3 years

Unisex !
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Do you want your kids playing with an iron though?
Original Poster
MIDURIX

Do you want your kids playing with an iron though?



yep - a toy one - helps then grow up rounded and well adjusted kids ........... its called role play i think (_;)
Maybe not so well adjusted when they pick up mummys Iron and burn themselves and blame you for the rest of their life.
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Mikiex

Maybe not so well adjusted when they pick up mummys Iron and burn … Maybe not so well adjusted when they pick up mummys Iron and burn themselves and blame you for the rest of their life.



oh dear - here we go - my children have never been left near the iron to be able to do that - and i assume mostparents would be the same - if you don't let your kids play with things like this (which strangely they have in nursery and reception classes at most schools if they are so dangerous) do your children not play with toy building toys as they may pick yours up, or cars incase they drive yours, or a toy lawnmower incase they think its ok to use the grown up one - the list is endless ..... how do you manage
Original Poster
Mikiex

Maybe not so well adjusted when they pick up mummys Iron and burn … Maybe not so well adjusted when they pick up mummys Iron and burn themselves and blame you for the rest of their life.



ps. its not mummy's iron
Thanks, just ordered.
Well I can't agree to having this toy even more...my 15 months old boy was, for some reason, scared of irons or may be the hissing sound it made...but since I bought him this toy he is no longer afraid of irons...but yeah, he knows that the real iron is a thing to be stayed far far away from...either plugged or unplugged...I think it's upto us to make them understand all this...I strongly support this kind of role play toys....
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