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Tomica Super Big Playset

by Tomica

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  • Super big set has 2 seperate complete tracks. one upper and one lower.
  • Upper track runs through clear tunnel and over bridge. Lower track runs through subway tunnel.
  • Hospital has light up helipad and fire fighter train transforms with extending ladder.
  • Includes: 3 PC fire liner train, 1 support vehicle, 1 Tomikid and 2 die cast cars.
  • This super big set is the perfect way to start or expand your Hyper City.
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • ASIN: B0049C3UIE
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #571,249 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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ToTunnels and double level train tracks is what the Tomica Super Big Playset is all about. Watch as the trains zoom in and out of the tunnels while the cars drive under the bridge and train tracks. There is nothing small about this Super Big Set. The hospital building in the Super Big Set has real flashing lights on the helipad. The set also includes a Fire Liner train. Train can transform into a different style and the rear train has extending ladders and platforms for the Tomikid. Watch the train drive over bridges and through different tunnels. The Tomica Super Big Set includes: 2 Diecast cars 1 Train 1 Tomikid 1 Support vehicle Requires 1 x "C" and 2 x "AAA" battery. Purchase more sets and accessories to build your collection and expand your Tomica world. Tomica, where imagination lives! With U.S. headquarters in Santa Ana, California, TOMY Corporation is one of the world's oldest and most endearing toy companiesmica Super Big Playset.

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I think its a dissapointment.
Emre Gunduz
It pieces together easily for little hands and has a nice two layer set up.
Squantumite
Some good guidance will teach the kids how to handle this situation.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Squantumite on June 24, 2011
Put the following into Youtube...Plarail (no "y") or Tomica and you will see the Japanese don't import everything to the States.

The scant U.S. offerings from Tomica are but a small taste of some fantastic toys that bridge the gap from 4-8 year old boys and girls who like to play with trains.

I bought all of these sets and my twin 5 year old boys absolutely love all of them. The trains that come with them are pretty funky imaginary trains but they have lots of moving pieces and run well enough.

ThE Bay has some great offerings of Shinkansen bullet trains and many of the Japanese trains (made in China) which have multi speeds are a bit superior to these fantasy trains.

We were in Japan a few years ago and picked up several great trains pretty cheaply that have lasted through some rough treatment because afterall, trains crash...constantly when you are 5.

Of course a lot of the Thomas the Tank Engine trains run great on this set up too. You can actually buy an adapter on the Bay if you have some of the track which comes with the US Thomas sets.

The train track on this set is absolutely terrific. It pieces together easily for little hands and has a nice two layer set up. The road pieces are just cardboard and on carpet are hard to keep in place. Duct tape was invented to address these problems. Even if you duct tape it, you can fold it enough to put it away in a plastic container when not in use.

For every problem there is a solution...It's a good set up. Tape it and your kid will be fine with it.

Come on Tomica...introduce some American trains other than Thomas types. I know the Spencer train could be adapted to a great Commodore Vanderbilt Train engine.

My kids love this set up and the two others.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. Leaseburg on December 27, 2010
My wide-eyed and excited 7 year old tore into the box ready to make a cool train set up. We pieced it together and found that there is nothing that KEEPS it together. Everything just lays on top of the supports or loosely within the plastic forms. If you accidentally nudge any one part of the track, supports, or buildings (as children often do), the whole thing gets screwed up requiring lots of repair and reset time. With a younger sibling wanting to play, too, we spent the day dealing with a crying child whose train set kept falling apart. Nothing (no clips, slots, boundaries - nothing) holds the track or supports in place so the whole thing is very unstable. We thought this would be such a fun toy, but it only brought frustration for everyone.

In addition, the way the tracks are laid out, you either have to buy another train or manually move the trian from the upper track to the lower track. It is not all connected. The set comes with one train.

I am also concerned about the road pieces. They are simply cardboard cutouts with a glossy surface. They will easily bend or tear and be ruined with a wet spill. It would have been better with plastic.

All in all we were disappointed with this product. This is our first Tomica purchase and I think it will be our last.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nintendo Cat on November 14, 2011
The Tomica product line is really fun!

This set should not be the first set you buy though. Buy a smaller single loop set first. As another reviewer states, this set has 2 loops that don't connect together. On its own merits, this set is a great toy. It comes with tunnels, a bridge, a hospital playset, and a Mazda die-cast car (the car has a rear hatch that opens). These are excellent add-ons to any beginner set. TRU has this particular set near half-price, so it's a real bargain this holiday season.

A better starter set in this price range is the Mega Station Set or, better, the new Highway Pursuit Set. I **highly** recommend the Highway Pursuit Set.

Regarding this Tomica system and it's set up, it is meant to be slightly loose. Give any system toy to a toddler or preschooler and it is gonna come apart. It's just a matter of time. I had a scale train in the 80s where everything fits snugly together and it hardly ever worked because everything had to be perfect. We have a huge Tomica layout in one room and it gets knocked around every day. We fix it up and off it goes. We actually have fun if the trains go over the side. Some good guidance will teach the kids how to handle this situation. The various parts are made of very durable plastic. Pieces go right back together and my kids learned very quickly how to fix on their own.

Good advice that I got online says not to play with Tomica on a carpet. I can tell you, that's an important tip. The Tomica train might be doable on a carpet, but that nice road you see won't. The road part is basically a large floor puzzle for toddlers. I think a very flat carpet like the square system carpets would be ok for any of this.
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