Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Pintoy Crane for John Crane Ltd


We were recently sent a lovely wooden crane to review by John Crane Ltd.  The boys were amazed at the crane and wanted to know how tall it was.   Trystan insisted on helping to assemble it and ran off to find one of his dads screwdrivers.   While I carefully emptied out the contents of the box and read the assembly instructions.  Trystan and Rowan wanted to just make a start building the crane but I wanted to make sure it was put together correctly.  
The instructions were very easy to follow and very clear.  Once I had read through the instructions I set about putting the crane together with Trystan's help.  


It took me about ten minutes in total to assemble the crane.  It required fixing at four points to the pivoted legs and then the arm required turn to workn four places to the top of the cranhave had new children start with me.  So far they too have been very taken by the crane and spent time playing with it.  I love the fact that even the girls who come here have enjoyed playing with it as well as the boys.  I am sure the crane is going to remain a favourite toy here.

This last week has seen me return to work following my maternity leave and I have had new children start with me.  So far they too have been very taken by the crane and spent time playing with it.  I love the fact that even the girls who come here have enjoyed playing with it as well as the boys.  I am sure the crane is going to remain a favourite toy here.

As always this lovely wooden toy is made to extremely high standards and made to withstand years of play.  It would make a perfect addition to any child's toys or even add to existing construction toys they may have.  It would also make a fantastic birthday or christmas present.

The Pintoy Crane is recommended for 3 years plus and retails at around £38.99.  For further information and where you can purchase this fantastic crane please visit John Crane Ltd
 

What you will find in the box:
Durable wooden material and rope
-          Brightly coloured
-          Tremendous detailing
-          Pivoted legs
-          Rotating broom
-          Operating knob to winch the crane up and down
-          Removable pallet
-          Operators seat

Height for crane: 60cm

Why not pop over to have a look at my fellow John Crane Ambassador Mummy2five's  Wooden Wednesday

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