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Chuggington StackTrack Wilson's Wild Ride
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- Features exciting sounds
- Construct a tower over 2 feet tall
- Includes Wilson engine
- Four different layouts possible
- 3 years and up
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Reenact your favorite scenes from the hit TV show Chuggington with the Wilson's Wild Ride play set. Over 2 feet high when constructed, this exciting play set is based on the episode "Wilson and the Wild Wind" and features storm noises that play as the die-cast Wilson train makes his way around the track. Recommended for children ages three and older, the Wild Ride play set brings the excitement of the Chuggington show to your home.
Exciting Play Set is Over 2 Feet Tall
Towering over 2 feet tall, the Wild Ride play set offers tons of fun for fans of the Chuggington television show. A Storm Maker sits atop the spiraling track, just like in the episode "Wilson and the Wild Wind". Watch as the Storm Maker launches Wilson down the track accompanied with sounds of thunder and rain. But look out! As the die-cast Wilson train travels across the track, he triggers orange traffic cones that flip over on the way down. At the end of the track, Wilson can spin around on his turntable just like in the TV show.
Four-in-One Design for Extra Fun
Experience the excitement of Wilson's Wild Ride over and over by transforming the play set into four different configurations. Choose from a tall spiral, a long racetrack-style loop, and other layouts to enjoy Wilson's ride in a whole new way.
Expand Your Set with Other Chuggington Characters
Each Chuggington Die Cast playset is compatible with each other, so you can expand Wilson’s world to your heart’s content. Bring some of Wilson’s friends along on the Wild Ride, or expand to explore new locations. Wilson’s Wild ride includes an adaptor track piece that allows you to connect your existing Chuggington Die-Cast track to the new and improved track. Other testers found the Wild Ride play set easy to construct and solidly built. The ability to change the layout of the set offers plenty of creative opportunities and we like how all of the Chuggington Die Cast sets are compatible with each other. Inclusion of the necessary AA batteries is a nice touch as well.
What's in the Box
Wild Ride play set, Wilson train and hopper, two AA batteries, and instructions.
Wilsons Wild Ride
Deluxe Action Playset
At a Glance:
- Play set has exciting sounds
- Construct a tower over 2 feet tall
- Includes die-cast Wilson train from Chuggington
- Four different possible layouts
- Includes an adaptor track piece that allows you to connect your existing Chuggington Die-Cast track to the new and improved track.
- Three years and up
- Adult assembly
- Two AA batteries (included)
Top Customer Reviews
Out of the box it was easy to set up. A few minutes of putting pieces together and we were ready to go. At first glance, I thought "Well, this isn't going to last long." To me, it seemed like a very limited toy; there was only so much you can do with it. However my son's eyes lit up and he's been playing with it for a week now and hasn't gotten tired of it. I think the part that really tickles him is making the cones fly off when the train rushes by. We also discovered that you can make the turntable spin if you turn it a certain way. It's not reliable but when it works, Wilson zooms down with a whoosh, spins the sign, the cones fly off, then lands on the turn table which spins around crazily. He loves it!
I figured when he gets tired of it, we can put the track into the different configurations but so far, he hasn't gotten bored. He plays with it everyday and for extended periods so I'm impressed. We've gotten more play than I thought we would so definite thumbs up here.
Edit 10/27/2012: After playing a couple weeks, we finally decided to take the track apart and try the other configurations. Bad move. The other two configurations were poorly designed with the train falling off or not building up enough speed. We tried to design our own configuration but the downhill segments only turn one direction which severely limited what you could do. Had to take off a star for that.
The original layout works the best and is the easiest to set up. Train track is sturdy and not prone to tipping or breaking. There are lots of sounds and lights to add interest, and the AA batteries are included in the package.
Everett is into speed, and this thing is fast! So fast that cones fly off the tracks and the turntable spins the train around. All he wanted to do was set that up over and over again.
I think this a toy that he can grow into, and as he learns to put things together and can create different tracks it will be even more fun.
I'm really happy about the new style of track. This one is sort of hexagon shaped and it goes together much easier. The ends have circles on the sides, which match up to the circles on the trestles, making the track sturdier. The trestles also snap together. Because of that, my 2 year old had a little trouble putting it together, but the 6 year old didn't. He saw me put it together once and was very soon making his own layouts and moving parts like he had been playing with it for a while. Neither of us had trouble connecting the parts. I did notice (thank you Tomy!) that the parts are labeled on the bottom with the same letters that the instructions show. That's a cool touch.
This initial set is a nice size. I like that it is expandable, thanks to the roundhouse style turntable. The first time we sent Wilson down I didn't realize that he would trigger the turntable to spin! He kinda flew off! You have to set the turntable to the correct side of it for it to trigger, I think. There are 3 places for additional track to be connected off the turntable, so this can easily become a much larger set, once more is released (hint hint Tomy...).
The sounds from the Storm Maker are a little loud, so we covered the speaker with a piece of scotch tape and it's much better. It was funny to see my 2 year old jump when it made a sound a few seconds after we were playing with it! (Like a "hey don't forget to play with me" chime or something.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So many pieces, my almost 5 year old NEVER plays with it. Waste of money.Published 6 months ago by DebsK
My nephew loved this Chuggington set! Very pleased! He got so much play time out of it!Published 14 months ago by Chromi
This track has been used to race trains, cars, trucks and other vehicles. After over a year of use by a pretty rough little boy it's still in good shape.Published 18 months ago by Heather Rivera
Really nice well built toy. Enjoyable play time and promotes creativity.Published 18 months ago by Gus
I love these. They aren't easy to assemble - in fact, I usually have to build these for them, but they are really sturdy once you get them together and are really versatile. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Haleyana
my son-2 years 4 monthes is a magnet to this set , super sturdy , super awesome, cousin liam 4, had it first and it was love at first sightPublished 19 months ago by rachel koch