Model No. 81693

Black & Decker Junior Deluxe 42 Piece Tool Set

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  • A complete set of pretend tools to take on any Black & Decker play project
  • Authentic pretend tool play down to the accessories
  • Be ready for any pretend project with your Black & Decker Junior hard hat, tool belt, and tools!
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# of Total Pieces 42

 

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Took me 15 minutes just to get the product open........

It's plastic tools. What more can I say?

Pros: Lots of pieces to play with.

Cons: The packaging was an absolute nightmare to get open. The plastic molding was riveted together all throughout, at least twenty different times. Each one needed to be cut with scissors, meaning I had to cut the ones closest to the outside edge of the package, pry the plastic up, and continuing cutting, prying plastic up, and cutting some more until I cut all of them. I almost gave up, seriously, you can't come up with a better plan than that? And the plastic is sharp and can easily result in injury.......Again, I say ridiculous!

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