Family Review: Landrover Defender - Classic Pedal Powered Car from...

Review: Landrover Defender – Classic Pedal Powered Car from [email protected]


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With Christmas fast approaching, we review the Landrover Defender – Classic Pedal Powered Car from [email protected]

This is how [email protected] describe it:

“Toys you aspire to own – this is the pedal Landrover Defender finished in the original Landrover blue with cream wheels. A joy to work on and based on the kids reaction a joy to drive in! Significant time and effort has gone into recreating this iconic vehicle in miniature for budding adventurers to drive.”


  • Pedal Power with anti-slip pedals
  • Official licence with Land Rover
  • For use indoors and out
  • Comfortable seat
  • Pretend wing mirrors


H 54 x W 51 x D 100cm

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

The Landrover Defender comes in a  good size box and needs assembling. Thankfully that process only takes about 20 minutes or so as all the major part are already fitted together. You just need to fit the wheels, the seat, the steering wheel, the front window and mirrors.

Everything you need to do that is included in the box with the exception of a screwdriver, there’s even a tool to tighten the wheel nuts in there!

There are two levers in the car – one that controls the brake, and another that controls the type of movement. The peddles are easy to use and have a non-slip coating to make them easier to handle.

The steering works well and it’s an all round joy to drive (so I was told!). You can use it inside or outside, the choice is yours.

The Landrover Defender totally looks the part and will bring hours of joy to your child and hopefully hours of quiet to you – this is a must have Christmas present! I only wish I had one when I was a child!

The Landrover Defender – Classic Pedal Powered Car from [email protected] is available now priced at £199.99.

You can learn more from the [email protected] website and check out some of their other cool toys and gifts.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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