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Chuggington Interactive All Around Railway Set

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  • Works with all Chuggington interactive products
  • Batteries included
  • Engines interact with each other and key train stops
  • Where train play comes to life
  • Over 250 sounds and phrases when used with other Chuggington Interactive items
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Product Description

Product Description

The Chuggington Interactive All Around Chuggington set includes Interactive Wilson, the Roundhouse with Vee, Loading Yard, Platform Station and more. This set also includes a huge 4ft layout with 3 levels of spiral play.

Features include:

•Works with all Chuggington interactive products
•Batteries included
•Engines interact with each other and key train stops
•Where train play comes to life
•Over 250 sounds and phrases when used with other Chuggington Interactive items

From the Manufacturer

The Chuggington Interactive All Around Chuggington set includes Interactive Wilson, the Roundhouse with Vee, Loading Yard, Platform Station and more. This set also includes a huge 4ft layout with 3 levels of spiral play.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 50 x 30 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B004TVGBVS
  • Item model number: LC55502
  • Our recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Batteries 11 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #309,735 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By John L. Miller on October 22, 2011
My son got this train set for his 3rd Birthday. He is a HUGE Chuggington fan. There are some very nice things about this set, and some not so nice things.

On the plus side, the trains and the larger elements (train shed, crane, gate) are all battery operated, and have some sort of proximity sensor. When they get near each other, interesting things happen. Each item has a few different pre-recorded sounds and phrases. When Wilson gets near Action Chugger, for example, they might say hi to each other.

The recognition of the toys for each other is a cool feature, and my son absolutely LOVES it!

On the other hand, the track is a bit of a pain. The snap connection for the tracks is a little hard to figure out, though shockingly my 3 year old son is able to put them together (though not take them apart). There's an elevated corkscrew which is a great idea, but the supports aren't solid enough (in terms of their connections to other pieces) to hold up to play, the pieces kept coming apart for us and having to be put back together.

The plastic train cars have some nice detail to them. However they have a ball-and-socket style joiner which you snap together, which I really don't like. There are other age-appropriate trains which have magnetic couplings which I think are much friendlier.

All in all, if you have sixty dollars you want to spend on train toys, I might encourage you to take a closer look at other options.

Pro:
- Neat sensors in major pieces detect other pieces / trains and say appropriate phrases
- Nice details on the trains and some of the other pieces
- Individual pieces seem sturdy enough

Con:
- Track is a bit hard to assemble / disassemble sections
- The elevated section doesn't seem to stay assembled well during play
- I personaly don't like the ball-and-socket style couplings used on the trains.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By thebreards on December 6, 2011
This was the first Chuggington set we purchased when it first came out in the US earlier this year. My son LOVES his Chuggington set and owns all of the trains and a few more of the packs so when connected it takes up most of our living room floor. He plays with it 3 - 4 times a week, which is pretty good for him. At first (around 2.5 years old) he had a hard time connected the track pieces and we contemplated buying some wooden track. Just as I did, I noticed he was able to put the flat peices together on his own so I returned the wooden tracks which are WAY more expensive. Now at 3 years old he is able to lay the track as he wants, but does need help with the elevated portions. The braces for the corkscrew portion could be better, but it does work. I would highly reccomend this set even with its drawbacks. My son loves to play with his trains and thinks it is so cool that they talk to each other and the interact with the train stops.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G&JsMama on December 26, 2011
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Do not buy this toy. It's frustrating to put together. It is so poorly made, the tracks don't stay connected very well. They run on Thomas tracks so buy the trains individually. Otherwise it's not worth the money. I found the same starter set at Target for 39.99.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amanda on April 19, 2012
PROS: Totally interactive. My son *is* a fan of moving the train by himself, so this isn't an issue. He gets excited when he hears the phrases and music. It promotes his imagination in that regard and he develops story lines with the trains. I haven't seen him do that with his other sets.

CONS: The trains snap onto the carts and eachother with a plastic ball (not the magnet) - this is actually kind of tough to snap and unsnap and frustrates my son.

The plastic track pieces are on the flimsy side and are not easy to snap into place. It took me a while (reading the directions and looking at the box) to figure how to rig up the twisty ramp, which isn't all that stable - especially when you have a kid pushing a train along...But when you move away from wood to plastic all of them seem cheaper by comparison.

Recommendation: On clearance, this set is a steal. I would definitely consider giving this one as a gift to a child aged 2-3 in the "pre-motorized" age group as the trains must be moved manually.

This set has three "stops" (most seem to have one or none) and my son stops his train to play at all three. He likes to put the trains to bed and wake them up at the roundhouse. He loads the carts at the loading dock - trying to use the pincher and get them to drop into place really allow him to practice dexterity. And he even likes the station at the top of the ramp because he can close the gate on them and not let the train pass. I like that he is engaged and that the phrases encourage him to stop and "do something" at the different zones. It is also nice because he doesn't miss out on having someone else play with him or help direct his play because of the interactive nature of the toy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Ishii on December 27, 2011
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This set consists of 4 major components: The roundhouse with interactive Vee, interactive Wilson which adds some value to an expensive set, a bi-level loop with elevated pickup point, and a crane station. While overall the set is enjoyable, there are some major flaws: Interactive Vee, while impressive in many ways such as the lighted voice loop, has a somewhat limited vocabulary for the center piece unit of the set. The US voice of Vee pails by comparison to her UK counterpart, and the overall voice acting is poor. The major loop feature, while interesting, is very unstable and requires constant repair by an adult in order for play to continue unabated. It would have been a simple fix to make a stable single base for all the elements of the loop. Home hobbyists can correct this oversight with sheet of hard plastic and some epoxy resin. The pickup station at the top of the loop, while appreciated, is simple and unexciting. The crane lacks a joint to make it mobile enough for enjoyable use and Vee interacts with the crane poorly. The tracks themselves are not pretty, but have some give which makes them forgiving for toddler use. The roundhouse, other than the Vee voice, is inferior to the die-cast set in that it lacks bay doors and only has 3 bays. The Vee figure does not "snap tight" to the roundhouse and is constantly falling over.

Fortunately, it is still possible to have a 5-star experience with this set by also buying the interactive Chug wash set. That adds a washer that interacts beautifully with Vee, and a fill up station that also interacts very well with Vee. It also doesn't hurt to buy lots of box cars to go along with your favorite engines. The sum of the Train depot and Chugwash sets are greater than their individual parts, and this is definitely by design.
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