Parents can buy a stylish toy Dyson vacuum for just £19.99 and it actually works!
If you’re always trying to think of new ways to get the kids to help you out around the house, you should keep reading…
When the kids are little there isn’t a huge amount they can help with but they are always trying to copy your actions. Whether it’s drinking from a cup or trying to push their toy pram around, they like to learn from what adults around them are doing.
So, when we heard that you can get a toy Dyson cordless vacuum that actually picks up dust and costs just £19.99, we got very excited!
The Casdon Dyson Toy Cordless Vacuum is modelled on the popular hand held DC59 Dyson vacuum and would look chic in any household or toy box. Kids can zoom around with their vacuum and help collect any dirt and dust from the floor without even knowing they’re helping with the housework.
The toy has moving colourful balls in the clear cylinder but this can also be emptied to remove any dust you collect. The clever toy has realistic sounds and can conveniently be transformed into a handheld vacuum with the click of a button.
It’s best for children aged between three and eight and can be purchased from online retailer Very.
The toy was a sell-out last year, and was slightly more expensive, at £22.99, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to get your hands on one.
Parents who’ve bought the toy have been thrilled with purchase, and several have left fantastic reviews online.
One person wrote: ‘My little girl always wants to help vacuum with our Dyson…. This is the perfect product which helps her help us without the worry of her dropping our real one!!!’
Another exclaimed: ‘I bought this for my son’s 3rd birthday… he a absolutely loves it… don’t stop playing with it… real sound. And enjoys helping mummy with housework.’
Will you be trying to get your hands on one of these toy vacuums? What else is on your top toy list for Christmas this year?
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