This set of genuine tools encourages youngsters to value fine implements and learn to use them properly, with the added satisfaction of being able to say "I built it all by myself!"
Included are eight wrenches in different sizes, standard and Phillips-head screwdrivers, C-clamp, awl, saw, pliers, level, hammer, ruled right-angle square, 12" ruler, sandpaper, and instructions for the safe use of each piece.
Because of sharp points and edges, we recommend this set for ages 8 and older, with adult supervision. For extra protection, choose plastic Safety Goggles that fit up to age 12.
NOTE: Tool belt not included.
For ages 8 and up.
Size Carrying case - 8" x 12-3/4"
Junior Tool Kit, 19-Pieces
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3.3 (based on customer reviews)
By Grandma From
very sturdy, realistic authentic
Comments about Product: this ia a wonderful toy for the little builder with huge ideas and great creativity. My grandson loves his tool box and tools. They are sturdy metal with handles strong enough to take
some "hard work". Adult supervision is needed,
due to the fact there are some sharp tools.
Otherwise, one terrific toy!!!!!!!
Comments about Product: I was very disappointed to receive this product as it does NOT contain the tool-belt as shown in each of the pictures and referenced in both of the reviews posted at the time I purchased it. I was mainly purchasing this for the belt to give as a gift. When I called Customer Service they said it used to come with the set, but no longer did.
Customer Service offered nothing more than a refund when I return the product.
Comments about Product: Bought this for my 5 year old nephew because he kept taking my toolbelt anytime I was working on anything. He puts this belt on and goes to work. lol It is made from real leather and seems to be good quality, I think it will last him for awhile.
Comments about Product: Purchased them as Xmas presents for my 4 & 6 year old grandsons who love to be "construction workers." They were much too large and even pinning one on both sides, it still didn't fit the 7 year old. Didn't even bother to try adjusting the other one for the 4 year old.