Published on June 12th, 2016 | by Tae0
Paw Patroller Review- Ultimate Rescue Vehicle!
Summary: A must have play vehicle for owners of the little-er Paw Patroll cars!
If your kid is a fan of the popular Nick Jr show Paw Patrol, this toy is probably one of their wildest dreams. Here’s our Paw Patroller review;
- UK £59.99
- USA $59.99
- 3 Years +
- 3 x LR44 Batteries (included)
Paw Patroller Review Visuals
It’s a giant bus. Or maybe articulated, 12 wheeled lorry would be a better description? Either way, it’s big and it looks pretty snazzy. It opens up and can display 6 Paw Patrol vehicles, or transport 3 when closed. It comes with a sheet of DIY stickers to decorate the inside of the Paw Patroller.
Dimensions; 5.5 x 27.5 x 7.5 inches.
Paw Patroller Review Features
Paw Patrollers main feature is that 3 extra Paw Patrol vehicles can go inside it and be transported. 6 vehicles can also be displayed when the Paw Patroller is opened up. There’s a button on the side of the Paw Patroller that makes lorry sounds when you push or turn it and a button on the inside for other Paw Patrol sound effects. There’s 2 levels, 2 ramps and the top half of the head of the lorry can be undone. It’s really easy to open and fiddle about with, kids will have no problems.
This is advertised as having a “working lift”. This is true as there’s a plastic platform up the ramp that moves up and down when you pull or push the lever, but I was kind of expecting a full working electronic lift that required just the push of a button I guess.
The Paw Patroller also comes with Ryder and his ATV.
Paw Patroller Review
This play set is quite impressive and will encourage imagination play in those who love the Paw Patrol. I like its large size, as even that alone was enough to instil some awe into my child before they even opened it up and got to play with it.
The DIY sheet of stickers was a fun touch, they do actually have a “correct” place to go, but it’s just a bit of fun for the kids and gives their own Paw Patroller a bit of personality.
This toy comes with a vehicle to store. I’m not gonna lie though, I was disappointed it was Ryder and not one of the pups. The Paw Patroller is made a lot better when you have at least 3 vehicles which, of course, bumps up the already quite steep price if your child hasn’t got any of the basic vehicles. The Paw Patroller just seems a bit empty and pointless with only Ryder.
Paw Patrol fans will have a lot of fun recreating and imagining their own Paw Patrol rescue missions with this toy. Providing they have a nice collection of Paw Patrol vehicles already.