VTech Switch and Go - Lex the T-Rex
product code: 133516
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Lex the dinosaur isn't afraid of anything: as a great big Tyrannosaurus Rex, he's the king of the dinosaurs and all other dinosaurs and toys had better move out of his way! Lex is no ordinary dinosaur, though: with a few easy adjustments, he transforms into a super fast and super stylish racing car. Choose Lex's eyes or your favourite driver to appear on the LCD screen, hear dinosaur and car sound effects as you move Lex around and transform him, and hear Lex give some fun dinosaur facts when you press the talk button.
Requires 2 x AAA batteries. Not suitable for children under 36 months.
-VTech transforming dinosaur turns into a car and back again
-Character voices – each dino has its own personality
-Press buttons to hear Lex talk, and move him around and transform him to hear dinosaur and car sound effects
-Talk button plays phrases; facts about the dinosaur, fun phrases to encourage imaginative play
-Style button and LCD screen to choose the eyes and the driver
-Includes educational flashcards
-Dimensions 10.5cm x 20cm x 8.5cm
How does this help my child ?
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.
- Height: 20.3 cm
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£4.95 on all orders
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