Play-Doh Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset

Working in a saw mill may not be what your child dreams about, but the Play-Doh Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset is a toy that can definitely spur your child's imagination. With this set your child can make Play-Doh logs and then cut them to size. The added plastic strip accessory allows your child to create logs shaped like crosses, circles and other shapes.

This is a full construction playset complete with safety markers that double as Play-Doh canisters. Your child can adjust the saw arm to a variety of heights, and the logs your child makes can become the foundation to a fun and exciting Play-Doh building.

The smiling face on the buzz saw truck helps to enhance your child's sense of fun. This is a rolling saw that can move to any construction site to create the boards necessary to complete any project. This is the kind of toy your child could play with for hours while creating their own Play-Doh world.



Basic Features of the Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw

The Play-Doh Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset comes with a spare saw blade and a buzz saw arm that is adjustable and detaches for quick blade replacement.

The Play-Doh canisters can be your safety markers to keep the public safe while your child works, and the hammer designs on the buzz saw wheels remind people that construction is going on. The plastic strip of patterns has four designs on it that allow your child to create beams, boards and anything else they may feel they need to get the project done.

This toy set comes with smaller parts that can be choking hazards, which is why the manufacturer has set the minimum age for this toy at three years old and up. Parents of younger children are encouraged to abide by the age requirements and prevent potential injuries.

The manufacturer has set a retail list price of $19.99 for this toy, which does not include applicable sales tax and any shipping or handling charges.



Detailed Features of the Play-Doh Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset


The Play-Doh Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset looks like a small toy until you take a closer look at what it comes with and how it operates. The interactive features of this toy include:

  • A buzz saw arm that extends and detaches
  • Two buzz saw blades that are easy to install and remove
  • Four canisters of Play-Doh that are also able to double as construction safety markers
  • A plastic shape strip that has four designs that can be used to create unique looking Play-Doh logs
  • A Play-Doh pump for dispensing modeling clay

This toy contains some features that are not interactive and are only in place for show. Those features include:

  • Hammer designs on the wheels that are not molds for making Play-Doh hammers
  • The face on the truck is not animated
  • The lights on the truck are decals

This toy does not require any assembly, but parents should be aware that the small parts can easily be lost and should be properly stored when their child is done playing with the toy.

To help store the toy without allowing the Play-Doh to harden, you can put the toy in a sealed container that keeps air out. If the Play-Doh is allowed to harden, it could make using the toy very difficult.



Products Similar to the Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset?


There is an entire series of Play-Doh construction toys that can be put together to create an impressive construction crew. Max the Cement Mixer and Chomper the Excavator can be teamed up with the Play-Doh Diggin' Rigs Buzzsaw Playset to make a crew your child can use to bring their ideas to life.

There is also a Power Crane and Chip the Cutter to add to that crew of durable construction toys. Just many to consider should your little one take a liking to the theme or if folks would like a complete set of toys in this category.


When you buy your child a Play-Doh toy, you can never have enough colors for your child to choose from. The standard line of Play-Doh clay has been expanded to include colors such as sky blue, light green and purple. The Play-Doh Plus line of clay offers vibrant colors that can really add some sizzle to whatever Play-Doh project your child is doing.


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