Black & Decker Junior Power Tool Workshop Review

The Black & Decker Junior Power Tool Workshop is loads of fun for kids ages 3 and older. I think it is probably perfect for kids ages 3 to 6. The Black & Decker Junior Power Tool Workshop features more than 50 pieces with a working drill press and chop saw.

Balck and Decker Junior Tool Workshop Work Bench

This full-stocked workbench allows kids to work alongside Dad (or Mom) as they build and fix things up around the house! It has nuts, bolts, screws, a hammer, Phillips head screwdriver, wrench, saw, working drill, working saw, toolbox, vice grip, walkie talkie, and storage underneath the bench.

This is a sweet toy! The tools actually work giving it a realistic feel and creating more hours of creative fun. It does take AA batteries as those are not included so make sure you keep that in mind.

Black and Decker Junior Power Tool Workshop Review

The drill spins around and the lever makes it go up and down. It has realistic sounds too. There is even a toolbox included that holds all of the loose tools like the screwdriver, wrench, hammer and nuts and bolts.

The working jigsaw cuts a plastic board in half (help together with velcro) and the lever goes up and down. It also makes realistic sounds. All of the parts are plastic so there is no danger of children getting hurt.

There is a real working light that bends easily. It does require batteries, which are not included. No batteries are included in this kit so you will have to make sure to buy them.

I was really impressed with the Black & Decker Junior Power Tool Workshop. It comes with everything a child would need to pretend like they are building and using tools. All of the tools are realistic and so are the sounds. The plastic is heavy duty and the whole bench is sturdy. I think they should have included batteries but that is the only thing I have against it. Otherwise, it is a great toy that let’s kids use their imagination.

Disclosure: I received the Black & Decker Junior Power Tool Workshop to test out and review. All opinions expressed are my own.