What is it
The evil Dr. Drone oversees all from his rotating command centre which is equipped with computers, a camera and screens. The two drones both have firing cannons and they are equipped with freely-rotatable rotor blades as well as freely-movable gripping arms with alternating tools (saw blade and gripping tongs). Figures can be secured to the top of the drones using the secure clip.
When play is over, the base folds up to keep all the items safe and turns in to a helmet in the shape of Dr. Drone.
Includes 2 Playmobil figures and lots of accessories.
What our team of testers said
"Look, the man is working in his office." - Boy aged 5 years old
"There are lots of movements that the characters can do." - Girl aged 6 years
- Promotes imaginative play
- Encourages oral story telling
- Enhances personal, social and emotional development
What our experts think
A great playset for encouraging imaginative play. Our testers were immediately drawn to the drone. The fact that it actually fired projectiles was a massive hit. The children also liked that the set included armour. Both of these features really added to their play.
We heard lots of oral storytelling as the children played. Acting out stories through play is good practice for creative writing and this set certainly gave the children lots of opportunities. Imaginative play also benefits personal, social and emotional development, as it helps children to make sense of different scenarios and stories by acting them out. The set features lots of accessories. Although, some of our younger testers found them too small and didn’t incorporate them much in their play, favouring the larger pieces.
- RRP: £59.99
- Brands: Playmobil
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
Playsets & collectibles
- Types of skills developed: Creativity
Personal, social & emotional development
Speech, language and communication skills