The eagle eyed amongst you will know that I have a little guy that is obsessed with vacuum cleaners, preferably mine.
The joy of cordless vacuums is they can go anywhere and that includes stealing them from the cupboard under the stairs while you Mums back is turned … yes thats right Jacob has been so obsessed with my cordless vacuum he steals it and hides it in another room so he can play… now if only he could actually work it!
Recently we were asked if we would like to review the new Little Helper Dyson Cord-free Vacuum Cleaner Toy from Casdon and we jumped at the chance … after all I do need mine back at some point and this toy vacuum is a direct replica of the latest handheld Dyson DC59!
When it arrived it was super simple to put together with the body of the vacuum, rotating head and wand all coming separately and in the box was an extra nozzle attachment and all the bits clicked easily together, even for little fingers! It takes 3AA batteries which are not included.
It has simulated cyclone action that has some brightly colourful balls in a clear cylinder that rotate round giving it fun aspect but for me I love the working suction action that picks up dust and small particles. It even creates tiny dust balls that Jacob thinks are fantastic, after all it really is like mine if you can actually empty it!
There is a vacuum like sound to it but thankfully not annoyingly loud so its tolerable if like me your little one is obsessed with playing with it.
Personally I love the Casdon Little Helper Dyson Cord-free Vacuum Cleaner, it’s helping develop hand eye coordination, problem solving and even helps with Jacobs motor skills and to top it off its fun for him and he loves it too.
The Casdon Little Helper Dyson Cord-free Vacuum Cleaner retails around the £35 mark and I know there will be many happy little ones out there that would love this for Christmas!
Disclaimer: This product was sent to us for the purposes of this review. All thoughts and opinions were independently formed by members of The Oliver’s Madhouse.