Hasbro Play-Doh Cash Register Playset 3Y+

by Hasbro
Type: Toys

The Play-Doh cash Register is here! There is a built-in scanner that can beep, a barcode stamper (handheld), and a cash drawer that can be opened with a push of a button and makes a Cha-Ching sound. There are 5 play food cutters and molds to create their own Play-Doh food, milk, and veggies. Then put it all in the shopping basket and then take it to the billing station. It is the ultimate shopping experience! The wallet molds the coins that can be put in the cash drawer. There is also a credit card mold. There is also a printer to print the receipt. The playset contains 4 non-toxic Play-Doh compounds with 4 Play-Doh colors in standard 2-ounce cans. The Play-Doh compound is non-toxic, contains wheat, and is not meant to be eaten. For cleaning, you can let it dry and then scrape of vacuum. It is suitable for kids aged 3 years and above.

•The playset contains: an electronic toy cash register, a hand barcode stamper, a basket, a wallet book mold, 5 play food cutters, a shopping bag, a roller, a plastic knife, instructions, and 4 cans of Play-Doh Brand Modeling Compound in standard 2-ounce cans.
•It is suitable for kids aged 3 years and above.
•The Play-Doh compound is non-toxic, contains wheat, and is not intended to be eaten.
•For cleaning, dry the toys and then scrape or vacuum the Play-Doh.

Brand Information
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