Top 11 sites to buy VTech toys

Use this handy guide to source VTech toys from leading online retailers without the hassle.

VTech is one of the world’s leading electronic toy and learning product designers, 25 years after the first single-chip microprocessor inspired the founders to explore its possibilities.

Electronic learning products have come a long way, and VTech is still a market giant creating toys that teach and are fun at the same time. Whether you’re buying a toy for a school-aged child or a toddler, here’s where to find the brand online.

Top 11 sites to buy VTech toys

  • Purple Turtle Toys

What is VTech?

VTech is an electronics company based in Hong Kong and a leading retailer of cordless phones, baby monitors, electronic toys and Electronic Learning Products (ELPs). The advent of the first single-chip microprocessor inspired the founders to explore its possibilities in consumer electronics. VTech initially made video games, then quickly moved to early ELPs, creating “Lesson One” in 1980, a toy that taught kids basic spelling and maths.

Today, the company is a leading global researcher, designer and producer of ELPs and electronic toys for children of all ages

Stores that sell VTech toys


1. Target

Low-cost but high quality is what Target is all about. It stocks a variety of kids' toys including VTech.


2. Big W

Australia's beloved low-cost department store has toys galore – including VTech toys.

Toys “R” Us (eBay store)

3. Toys “R” Us (eBay store)

Buy directly from Toys “R” Us using your regular eBay account.

Shop Toys R Us via eBay


4. OzGameShop

A games shop featuring everything from video games and electronic toys to board games and action figures.

Shop Toys “R” Us via eBay


5. Yogee Toys

The Sydney-based, family-owned and operated toy store has been bringing exciting toys to Australian shoppers since 2007.

Shop Yogee Toys

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6. Purple Turtle Toys

Toys for kids of all ages are shipped from this Melbourne-based, family-friendly store.


7. David Jones

Australia's prestigious department store is renowned for its brand power and high-quality products

Shop David Jones


8. eBay

You can’t beat the range of products available at one of the biggest online marketplaces.

Shop eBay


9. DealsDirect

Low prices on branded products from an Australian discount department store.

  • 30-day returns
  • Live chat available
  • Pay with BPAY and PayPal



All the range of a department store with the convenience of online shopping.

  • Receive $10 off your first order when you sign up
  • Discounts on shipping when you buy more than one item
  • 30-day returns


11. Kogan

One of the leading online Australian retailers is committed to fast dispatch and low prices.

Shop Kogan

Top Vtech toys

Which of these retailers offer free delivery?

  • Yogee Toys: Free shipping on orders over $149
  • David Jones: Free shipping on orders over $100 and orders paid for with a David Jones American Express or David Jones store card
  • Target: Free shipping on orders over $39
  • DealsDirect: Free shipping offered through a promotion
  • Free shipping available on some items
  • Kogan (eBay): Free shipping occasionally offered through a promotion

Who sells VTech baby monitors?

  • OzGameShop
  • Yogee Toys
  • eBay

Who sells VTech walkers?

  • Yogee Toys
  • eBay
  • Kogan (eBay)
  • Big W

Who sells VTech toot toot products?

  • OzGameShop
  • Toys “R” Us (eBay)
  • Yogee Toys
  • eBay
  • DealsDirect

Where can I buy a VTech First Steps Baby Walker?

  • Yogee Toys
  • Purple Turtle Toys
  • eBay
  • Kogan (eBay)
  • Big W

Where can I buy VTech kidizoom products?

  • OzGameShop
  • eBay
  • Target
  • Big W

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