Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review

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Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review


When it comes to toys, there are some things that our boys just make a beeline to and play with over and over again. Dinosaurs and robots are always a popular choice on the list.

So when a toy like the Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer comes along, we know we are on to something good!

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review

Especially this one! SkySlicer is an Allosaurus. Once alive during the late Jurassic period, the Allosaurus was smaller than the might Tyrannosaurus Rex yet still one fierce predator. This time around, SkySlicer is one neat robotic toy.

More than just a robotic dinosaur, this toy can transform from dinosaur to jet! Fun sounds or facts (depending on its fun) will be shared as it whooshes by. SkySlicer arrives with a boy and a girl pilot (I love that!) and kids can choose the pilot they want to navigate SkySlicer.

Yet–there’s still more choices! They can also play with the eyes. This is a favorite feature of Kid #2. He likes to pick the eyes for his dinosaur.

Vtech Imagination Fun

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review Image Used with Permission

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review Image Used with Permission


The Vtech Switch and Go Dinos do require batteries. How else would you hear the fun sounds? But fortunately, this is one toy that can be turned to the “off” position when not in use so the batteries don’t needlessly drain.

This dinosaur robot also has volume control so if he needs to be a bit quieter, that is an option.

Switch and Go Dinosaurs feature a whole line of these robot crossed dinos! From a helicopter to a hot rod, from a motorcycle to a crane, each one featuring a cool name and great bold colors, there’s a lot of choices for anyone that wants to add to their collection!

Dinosaur Fun with Vtech

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review

Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer Review


Although the Vtech Switch and Go Dinos SkySlicer lists that it is for ages 3-8, in our experience, it is perhaps better suited for those slightly younger than 8 years of age.

With it’s shape-shifting ability, the choice of pilots, and fun sounds, it is a toy our youngest, age 4, will turn to again and again and again!

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By |2014-03-30T16:21:19+00:00November 19th, 2013|Little Towns, Reviews|0 Comments

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