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Amish-Made Wooden Paddlewheel Boat
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Amish-Made Wooden Paddlewheel Boat

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A favorite for decades. The more you twist the rubber band, the faster and farther this smart little boat goes. Great fun in the bathtub, pool, pond or stream. Solid, natural wood boat comes complete with a rubber band and flying a red flag.
  • Ages 3 and up
  • 9"L
  • Locally made and signed by an Amish craftsman.

Note: Comes with one rubber band; any rubber band will work. Dry paddlewheel and boat after each use.


Customer Reviews of Amish-Made Wooden Paddlewheel Boat
Product Rating: 3.7 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 12/20/2011
said: Shirley
"My grandson has every electronic gadget. I wanted to stimulate his own personal creativity and get his head out of "the box". I got him a crank flashlight, the wooden tic tac toe and this little boat, enclosing with them a note about when little boys' toys were made by their daddy or by themselves. It was a risk on my part but he absolutely LOVED everything!"
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- 8/13/2011
said: Maria
"We used this in the swimming pool last weekend. My little grandson loved it, and so did the adults. I gave it to my grandson to take home and enjoy in his bathtub. It's a simple, enjoyable toy with no need of batteries!"
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- 12/31/2011
said: Jeff
"I bought this one made in the USA vs the imported one, thinking it would be higher quality. However when my kids opened the package on Christmas and I saw the the paddle was actually made from cardboard, I was immediately skeptical! Of course once they brought it into the bath with them that night, the paddle instantly soaked up the water and broke without them ever getting to see it move. And the rest of the boat was nothing really to brag about, rough edges and hasty workmanship. To bad the USA couldn't get this simple toy right."
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