About this item
At a glance
- Fun for little helpers playing pretend
- Designed to be true to life & help your little one develop essential skills
- True-to-life sounds for added realism and aural stimulation
- 3 x AA batteries required
While the iconic yellow ball gives away all of this vacuums secrets, this toy vacuum looks and works just like the real thing (down to the very last detail!). The "twist and turn" action works just as smoothly as real Dyson Vacuums, allowing Little Helpers to reach even the fiddliest of places around the home.
As well as staying true to the Dyson Ball's ease of use, this vacuum cleaner features working suction! The suction is strong enough to pick up small bits of paper, meaning little ones can make a real difference around the home, gaining that all-important sense of accomplishment.
Whether helping adults out with a spring clean or tidying up after teddies, there are countless ways to incorporate this toy vacuum into everyday life. Everyone deserves to experience the joy that comes from the Dyson Ball!
4 x C batteries required (not included). Suitable for ages 3+ years.
Q: Is it durable. I read some reviews that said it broke easily
A: We have four grandsons who’ve used this when they visit this past year. I can’t say it gets treated gently, but it keeps working just fine. Not great at picking up dirt, but great at a toy that entertains endlessly. We have no complaints.submitted byNanFro - 6 years ago
A: I have bought 3 of them now- 1 for 1 y/o grandson who did learn very easily how to start and stop it. he push it /bang into things and dropped it- 2 years later still working. battery change x 1. one- to have at my house- bought 2 years ago and still running. just recently bought the 3rd one for another 1 y/o grandson. pushing it everywhere. also taking the normal beating of a 1 year old. has learned again how to start it and stop it. has had for 1month now and this one has had no problems. I would recommend. just have to show start and stop and always encourage them to press stop and put it away as with any other toy/ or what you would do with a real vacuumsubmitted byworm - 6 years ago
A: I have purchased 2 of these for two different grandkids one was 2 at the time- he is 3 now and it still works fine he likes to vacuum when his mommy is vaccuming. the other grandkid is just a toddler now and he is rough and tumble on everything..... Not sure it wll last but i will update later since he just got it for Christmas...submitted byschmoozy - 6 years ago
Q: I realize the age is 3+ but is it truly too much for a 1 year old to play with and move around?
A: I always go a age up on what my kids are on toys because they learn so much. maybe sometimes 2 ages up. but does this really pick up dirt and things.submitted byKeana - 10 months ago
A: Honestly i would totally trust this with my kids when they were that young.submitted bySharrel3 - 6 years ago
A: I have two one year old grandsons who love this toy. We, nor their parents, have any concerns about them using it.submitted byNanFro - 6 years ago
Q: Says it has working suction function, so it really picks up like the regular vacuum?
A: The suction is minimal so doesn't actually pick up much.submitted byJlnewman1 - 5 years ago
A: The vacuum will pick up crumbs and has a small compartment to store what it picks up, but does not have the normal suction of a "real" vacuum.submitted byHeather - 7 years ago
Q: Where does the Battery’s goes? Can’t find the spot to put the battery? please and thank you
A: back of the handle, down by the canister you will see a screw. take this out and slide the plastic piece down and off.submitted byShoresy - 1 year ago
Q: Does this vacuum stand alone upright? some reviews said that when putting it away it won't stand on its own, that would drive me nuts when picking up the house if it didn't?
A: It stands alone. We just opened ours. Kids love it.submitted bylilsillyme111 - 3 years ago
Q: My husband and I have tried to fit the handle into the main part of vacuum without success The handle will not "click In" as shown on the instructions. Please help
A: It really hard to click. I couldn’t do it but my husband was able too just keep pushing down on it.submitted bylilsillyme111 - 3 years ago
Q: What type and how many batteries does this take?
A: 4 C batteriessubmitted byNanfro - 7 years ago