If you read my blog regularly, you’ll already know we are big fans of Schleich toys. So when I was asked to do a Schleich Mobile Vet Set review, I was happy to agree. With an RRP of £39.99, the Mobile Vet play set is on par with other pieces from the Horse Club range. Read on to find out what Syd and I thought of the Mobile Vet and the 2x Horse Club Figurines we were sent…
Schleich Mobile Vet Set Review
The Schleich Mobile Vet Set is suitable for children aged 5+ and aimed at up to 12 year olds. The set includes 1x Hanoverian Foal, and 1x vet figurine. So the child can play even if they don’t have any other Schleich Horse Club sets. The van measures 30W 25D 14H (cm), so it’s the perfect size for children.
Inside the box you will find 1 of each of the following:
Vet vehicle, vet figurine, and Hanoverian foal figurine. You will also find a medical bag, stethoscope, syringe, medicine bottle, and laptop. Additionally, there is an X-ray machine, bandage, halter, pile of apples, table, and a chair. Finally, there is a prescription pad, plasters sticker sheet, sticker sheet, and assembly instructions included in the Mobile Vet Set.
Rather than explaining how it all works, Syd and I made this video so you can see for yourself…
Our Thoughts On The Schleich Mobile Vet Set
One of the things I love most about Schleich toys is the fact they don’t need batteries. Additionally, I love that they can be enjoyed by kids of any age and they encourage imaginative play, as well. Syd spent a good few hours “rescuing” the foal from all kinds of dangerous scenarios. I love how detailed all of the Horse Club pieces are. They all feel made to last, and like they’ll be played with for many years to come. The detail on each character’s face is also impressive.
I’d highly recommend the set for not only horse fans, but animal lovers as well. You can always purchase other species of Schleich animals separately and be a Safari vet! The Schleich Horse Club range is available to buy from Argos, plus other retailers.
Horse Club Figurines
We received two of the Schleich Horse Club Figurine play sets to review as well. Each one has an RRP of £15 and includes a horse and a human rider. We received the Hannah and Cayenne set and the Lisa and Storm set.
Syd decided the easiest way to remember the riders’ names was “Hannah’s got a hat” and “Lisa’s got long hair”. The arms are possible on both riders, but their heads and legs don’t move. Both horses are non posable too. They stand up well, unaided though. All of the pieces feel well made and built to last.
Finally, if this Schleich Mobile Vet Set Review has been useful, check out my Schleich Horse Club Cafe review.