When choosing toys for your children what do you look for? Do you try and get toys they like or toys that are within your budget. I tend to try and combine a few things when looking for my sons. The first thing I would do is ask them what they would like and then do a bit of research.
I like a toy to last more than a week and with two boys this can be a problem sometimes. My sons of course like a gadget but they also like a toy they can be tactile with. When they received the Finger Whips they were so excited. This was a toy that looked cool and they could pretend to do all of the tricks they cannot do on their life-size scooters.
If you have not seen Finger Whips before they are miniature scooters that children can do tricks with.
We received the Finger Whips Scoot Park set; at first glance the set looks bright and would interest most young children that love to play on their scooter. The set comes with two scooters that are made from metal and feel like a quality made toy. You also have two ramps with stickers and spares for the scooters. There is also a little stand for each scooter for when they are not being played with. My one comment is that the spare parts are obviously very small and the packs could do with some sort of storage for them, maybe a small tool box?
My boys loved setting up the ramp and choosing which scooter they were going to have. They also loved changing the wheels and hand grips for the spare ones. They are going to love learning new tricks and showing me what they can do.
There are so many different kinds of Finger Whips kits and prices start at about £5 for one scooter and spares. I think the prices are very reasonable and the actual scooters are very good quality. We shall be buying more!