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Fisher-Price Power Wheels Thomas The Tank Engine Vehicle


List Price: $109.99
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  • Toddler-friendly features
  • Push-button operation for easy stop & go
  • 2 mph (3.2 km/h) max. forward only
  • Drives on hard surfaces and grass 
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Product Details

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 20 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 17.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • 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.
  • Origin: Mexico
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00JCA5DOM
  • Item model number: CHN00
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 1 - 3 years
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,947 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging

From the Manufacturer

Little engines can do big things! Designed especially for toddlers, the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Thomas the Tank Engine features step-up sideboard footrests for easy on and off, push-button operation for simple stop and go, and a contoured, high-back seat for a secure and comfortable ride. Drives 2 mph (max.) forward on hard surfaces and grass for a safe and fun riding adventure! Includes 6-volt battery and charger.

Product Description

Little engines can do big things! Designed especially for toddlers, the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Thomas the Tank Engine features step-up sideboard footrests for easy on and off, push-button operation for simple stop and go, and a contoured, high-back seat for a secure and comfortable ride. Drives 2 mph (max.) forward on hard surfaces and grass for a safe and fun riding adventure! Includes 6-volt battery and charger.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I would recommend this Power Wheels Thomas The Tank Engine to my friends.
James Tran
My grandson loves ANYTHING that is Thomas the Train, so when I bought this gift for his birthday,..
connajean
He gets on and off of it easily and loves pushing the button to make it go.
Denielle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Maryetta Cheney on January 9, 2011
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Our 2.5 year-old grandson was so excited to get this from grandma and grandpa for Christmas. He loves Thomas and had seen the little boy on the Amazon ad. The product arrived in a timely fashion and perfectly in-tact. It was easy to assemble and decorate with the Thomas lights and stripes. The battery has to be charged 18 hours before the first use and then after every day of play. It would be great if it were a little easier to get at the battery, but it's not too hard. We are able to go for long rides on our short nap hallway carpets and ,contrary to one review, our hardwood floors show no signs of wear. I expect he will outgrow his interest in a year, but in the meantime -- he loves it. I wish it had a toot-toot, but I imagine our neighbours are just as happy it doesn't!
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Yoshi on July 10, 2012
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The issues.

1. It doesn't have a reverse. This is annoying as my son gets stuck against the wall and has to get off, pull it out and start over again.

2. It is possible for the front wheel to pop off. This is easily fixed, but once you receive the product and put it together, there's... it's hard to explain. It is quite possible for the two front wheels to pop out of the tube they're connected to though. The wheels are connected to the rest of the body by two means. A pipe and a rod that screws in. When the pipe bit becomes detached, the rod holds the wheels on still but sitting on it without noticing the wheel has come loose may break your product.

3. The wheels have no grip on them and thus, spin on hardwood. Now I understand this toy is for outdoor use only, but living in a rainy area [the Lower Mainland] going outside to play often isn't an option. I can only consider this a con so much though as it does say not to use the toy indoors, from what I remember.

Now, my son does like it. That, in the end, is what matters. But he is two and doesn't have much of a "I don't like this very much" opinion. If it has his favorite characters on it, he'll like it.

It's a fine product with a few quirks that I don't like. The battery seems fine and has a six month warranty that I like.

If I had the option again, I would not purchase this toy a second time, nor would I recommend it to anybody else. The no reverse coupled with the wheels popping out of joint is simply annoying and not worth the money I paid.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 17, 2011
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My husband and I just purchased the Thomas the Train powerwheel for our son's 2nd birthday. Recently, our son has shown an interest in trains (in general), so we thought this would be the perfect gift! We were right!

The train is small, so our son is able to get on/off of it easily. The product description said it only moves at a rate of 2 mph, which is the prefect pace for a smaller child. It was really easy (and quick!!) to assemble. In fact, applying the stickers took the most time. As noted by earlier reviewers, we also recommend charging it before giving this item as a gift. It will require 18 hrs to charge. With this said, our son has had it for over 2 weeks and we haven't had to charge it again. It has been used every day as he rides it around our house for approximately 30 minutes every day.

Our only notable complaint is that the wheels are really slick. It has been difficult for the wheels to get traction on our wooden floors. At times, our son will require a small push when moving from room to room to get over where the floors meet. It seems to work really well on our rugs, so we are excited to see how well it will work outside once the weather gets warmer. Contrary to the other reviewer, our floors have not been damaged at all.

Overall impressions are that it was a great deal for the price. Our son loves it, and he plays with it daily--and he isn't even a Thomas the Train fanatic. We think it's a great first starter powerwheel for small children. It is extremely user friendly.
*****
Revised 2/22/2011

I have now had the opportunity to use this powerwheel outdoors. It only runs well on flat surfaces (such as pavement or sidewalks). It does not work well on grass at all. If you are buying the Thomas the Train powerwheel to be used predominantly outdoors, I would look at other models.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By LUIS J CASTILLO Q on January 31, 2013
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i bought this train for my 1 year old baby and he loves it, and the other childrens to, it have a normal speed and the material of construction is strong, the battery longs a lot, i charged on december 26th and recharges on janyary 12th. yoy can buy this train with your eyes closed, you kid definitevely will appreciate this toy
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M Brislin on October 30, 2013
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A few months ago I bought the Power Wheels Thomas & Friends train for my son for his second birthday. My three main concerns when purchasing it were ease of assembly, safety, and- of course- the elusive fun factor.

When it arrived I was pleasantly surprised to see that there were very few mechanical parts that I had to deal with in assembling the train. After charging the battery over night, I found that it was incredibly easy to install the battery, handle bars, and other pieces. In fact, this train was much easier to assemble than any other ride-on toy I've bought for my son (Including one that we purchased for his first birthday that is still sitting in pieces in the box because it required tools that I did not own to put it together! But that review is for another day... ).

However, after the quick work of putting the train body together, I noticed the two large sheets of stickers that would turn the toy into Thomas. At first I thought that this part of the assembly would be fun, but I quickly realized that peeling very large stickers and aligning them precisely on the train body was much more difficult than I thought. It also didn't help that the only free time I found to do this project was after 10pm- in retrospect nap time assembly would have been a much better option.

As I peeled and stuck sticker after sticker I became increasingly annoyed with the process- especially when two of the stickers ripped a bit. I was able to hide one of the rips by over-lapping with a second sticker. But in the end, our Thomas ended up with a slight visible tear in one of the red stripes above a wheel.
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