The Britains Big Farm range goes up a gear for 2009, with five fantastic new interactive models and two additional accessories to help pre-schoolers experience a real taste of the country!
First out of the farm gates this year is the imposing John Deere 9530 4WD Tractor (SRP £39.99), faithfully reproduced under licence and tough enough to churn up fields full of playtime fun!
Its huge chunky tyres make this a monster attraction to boys and girls alike – and as with all Big Farm models, its great looks are just the starting point.
With flashing lights, realistic under bonnet detail and even engine sounds, it’s an interactive feast for developing senses.
The special Big Farm touch has been added to an exciting variety of agricultural vehicles.
Kids will really ‘dig’ the Hitachi 200LC Excavator (SRP £39.99), with its giant moveable digger arm and rotating tracks, itching to get to grips with all those junior gardening jobs!
The capable Bobcat S300 Skidsteer (SRP £16.99) makes light work of those difficult to reach areas, whilst the sleek Chevrolet Pick-up Truck (SRP £29.99) are equally at home on the farm or just for cruising!
Attention to detail, quality and a host of developmental benefits are the cornerstones of the BigFarm range, all carefully constructed in 1:16 scale from sturdy plastic.
In addition there’s a cornucopia of exciting discoveries to make – such as removable wheels, cab detail, moveable parts and real steering.
And for those who like their farming fun battery powered, 2009 sees the first RC Big Farm model – the Radio Control John Deere 6430 Tractor (SRP £49.99), with an easy-to-operate RC handset.
Britains Big Farm is suitable for children aged 3+ and is available from all good toy shops nationwide. For stockist details, call 01271 336155.
We have five sets of both the Hitachi 200LC Excavator and Bobcat S300 Skidsteer to give away.
To enter, write down the names of three of the animals Old MacDonald had on his farm and the sort of noises they might make, then send your entry to Farm Comp, to the address at the top of the page, to reach us by Friday, March 13.
The editor’s decision is final and all usual Trinity Mirror rules apply.