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“Tesco Toys”

published 24/01/2001

Advantagesprices are good, can be ordered mail order too, good choice

Disadvantageslimited maybe in smaller stores

...I have been very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the toys for the prices that they are sold at in Tesco. They sell a fair range of toys. I find they are very definately for boys or for girls, don't do such a range of unisex toys (in my branch anyway). I have a son, and I have bought quite a lot of his toy cars and cuddlies (when baby) from here. The best value in my eyes is...

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AdvantagesFragrance, gentle, versatile, ideal for the whole Family.


...Since my Son was born nearly 3 years ago we always have a packet of baby wipes in the house, even though he is now potty trained and uses toilet wipes in the Bathroom. I often buy Tesco Loves Baby Fragranced wipes, these are a brand I have regularly used since he was born, they are a good price and a good quality. The Tesco Loves Baby Fragranced wipes come in a plastic packet with a handy...

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AdvantagesUnbeatable Prices, Bright Colours, Strong Designs

DisadvantagesLimited Ranges in Each Age Group, Quickly Adds Up

...) with expensive or easily damaged toys placed higher up out of reach of small hands. You should find most stores lay out their toys so that you have baby toys on one aisle, small children's toys on another with girls one side and boys another and then family games located along shelves running down the ends of these aisles. Most Tesco stores stick to similar structures thanks to the expense that plannograms...

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