Kid's Tool Belt Reviews and Accessory Guide
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Kids Tool Belt Review: KR Tools 12-Piece Builders Pal Children-foots Tool Kit

This is the perfect toy for the curious little man in your life. This 12 –piece kid’s tool belt set will keep your child happy and entertained for hours. The great thing about this product is not only is it fun but it also promotes constructive play. Unlike other kids tool belts, these tools allow children to use their imaginations and build real projects.

This tool kit even comes with a bonus flashlight that really works. However, please be aware that this item does contain small parts and may be a choking hazard for children under the age of three. This toy is available for a reasonable price of just $19.00. A life time warranty is provided with every purchase of this product.

This builders set comes complete with two four pocket vinyl tool belt, 10 foot tape measure, 6 ounce claw hammer, 9-inch magnetic torpedo level, safety glasses, leather gloves, adjustable hard hat, 6-inch try square, chalk line/plumb bob, 4 ounce bottle of chalk, 10-inch ruler and suspenders and a real working flashlight. This item is available on Amazon.

Customers that have previously bought this kids tool belt set had mixed reviews. A lot of customers complained that the tools were not age appropriate. Many believe that this would be a good toy for a child that is maybe 8 years old and above, not 3 years old and above. The tool holder is another popular complaint. Since the tool holder is not yet assembled when you buy the product a few consumers had trouble putting it together.

Other customers loved this item. It is said to be ideal for little boys that want to work in the garage with their dad or grandpa. Another customer said that she initially bought this toy for her 5 year old son but even her 6 and 9 year old children love to play with it too. Majority of the customers attest to this kit containing real tools and not the plastic puffy ones that usually come in a children’s tool kit.

The tools are heavy enough to make them feel like they really working but light enough for children to be able to handle. The accessories such as the hat and gloves really give the children that grown-up feeling. This item has satisfied most of the consumers’ needs and has made little boys feel like big boys. Sounds like it’s worth the money being spent.