Friday, November 9, 2018

Let's fly away with Meigo.

I have never been on a plane or even near a plane in my life. I'm terrified of heights, and of course, a plane crash. Who wouldn't worry about something like that?

My parents on the other hand, have been on planes, many times throughout my life. I remember being obsessed with rockets and NASA for a bit, that may be the only way I leave ground. HAHA


Meigo, is an amazing toy company that not only sells toys, they sell imagination, fun, and education. They put a lot of love into all of their products and these awesome planes are no different.


As you look them over, you see they have metal die cast bodies with plastic torpedos on the bottoms of three. The metal part is great, I can't see kids breaking the bodies, unless they drop them pretty hard.

The plastic pieces though? Now those are a different story. As a reviewer, I always do a stress test on toys. I bend and poke and throw and see how they hold up. The torpedos can snap right off with minimal pressure. 


With that being said, I would recommend these planes to older children, or supervised play with the little kiddos, just to be safe!


Now, remember when I said educational? Not only are these beautiful moving planes, they also pull back. Kids have to learn how they work and exactly how to do that. Once they do, you should see the looks on their little faces. Hand eye is very important and so is simply learning a new method of play.


All in all, these planes are great. The USAF theme over part of them is a beautiful touch. Another thing I love, there is a pink for little sister or even little brother! Everyone gets to play. Please, go and check these out at the link below, while you're there, have a look around at their other stuff.


As always, thank you so much to everyone who comes and reads my ramblings. You don't know how much you all mean to me. Have a beautiful upcoming Veteran's day!

I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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