Braille Skateboarding Mystery SK8 Collector Set
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- Based on the #1 skateboarding channel on YouTube, Braille Skateboarding
- Each pack contains a collector case, 4 finger boards, 4 sets of advanced trucks, 16 wheels, 1 tool, 4 stickers, grind rail, and ramp
- For ages 3+
- Package Dimensions: 9.906 L x 22.098 H x 21.844 W (centimeters)
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Braille Skateboarding Mystery SK8 Collector Set
Based on the #1 skateboarding channel on YouTube, Braille Skateboarding.
Each pack contains a collector case, 4 finger boards, 4 sets of advanced trucks, 16 wheels, 1 tool, 4 stickers, grind rail, and ram
The Braille Mystery SK8 Set is the ultimate pack for the biggest Braille Skateboarding fans wanting to customize their own boards. Featuring replicas of actual awesome boards from the Skate Everything series on their YouTube Channel. Can a door be kickflipped? Ollie an ironing board? This set is endless epic fun.
Featuring the collector wheel storage case, 4 finger boards, advanced trucks, construction tool, mini stickers, ramp and grind rail.
The Braille Mystery SK8 Set is the ultimate pack for the biggest Braille Skateboarding fans wanting to customize their own boards. Featuring the collector wheel storage case, 4 finger boards, advanced trucks, construction tool, mini stickers, ramp and grind rail. Featuring replicas of actual awesome boards from the Skate Everything series on their YouTube Channel. Can a door be kickflipped? Ollie an ironing board? This set is endless epic fun.
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These would be fun for imaginary play- Kids could pretend roll around or get creative… The only issue with that, is the small intricate details in assembling. Not difficult in the instruction per se… But in the level of small nuts, bolts, screws- about the size of eyeglass hardware.. Now, you might be able to see my concern with younger kids! If an adult is willing to help assemble… Then, you may have a fun set that will keep your younger children entertained?!
Tbh, I see these in that Imaginary play genre or, possibly for one who likes to collect the unique fingerboard items.. then, this may be for you! Personally, I was hoping my son would gain 4 new fingerboards that he could excel doing tricks he likes to do with these gadgets..NoT as a profession but, as a fun past time!! (I don’t know many professional yo-yo users either… But, if you can justify having fun with that- then, you may be able to understand fingerboarding!)
The gimmicky boards are neither, here nor there and the ramp included is simple plastic.. ehh. I will say, the rail included can be used with other boards and it’s made quite solid- it is trick worthy for sure. I’ve purchased a rail in the past separately for approximately $10. I’m guessing that’s half of the $20 price point- The oversize “wheel case“ it comes in is sort of fun and could be used as display or, even to contain ones collection- it would just depend on the recipient. The surprise inside gimmick is one us parents “love to hate..” Think buying a deck of Pokémon cards, we all think it’s going to be the mother load of “ amazing collector cards“ and we end up buying endless packs- to end up with a million mediocre cards... But, it is what it is! I believe there’s a total of eight various items one could receive. (it seems there’s always that specific one your child is after… And never get it on the first go around!) that’s up to the person buying how much they want to invest in getting the entire collection.
Overall, it gave our fingerboard enthusiast an hour worth of entertainment. There are a few perks that came with it but, not something suited for him as a repeat purchase. He is past this level yet, this could be fun for beginners or creative minds at play!? I hope this info can help in your decision… Feel free to let me know!
-Larger than expected.
-Skateboard designs are unique and fun.
-Good gift for nieces and nephews on my list.
-The truck and wheels seem fragile, but extra parts are included.
-I like to know what I am getting. You could end up with boards you didn’t want.
I ordered the Braille Skateboarding Mystery SK8 Collector Set. I like the size of the boards and they glide well. I like the ladder board, but wanted the door board. Overall, this is a good set to collect, play with or give as a gift.