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Disney Planes: Fire & Rescue Piston Peak Trackset

3.6 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

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  • Exciting themed play set inspired by Disney's Planes: Fire & Rescue
  • Everything you need to recreate Dusty's epic adventures!
  • Action Shifters set is kid-powered, and allows for interactive, continuous play!
  • Includes track set, 4 fire targets, Dusty Crophopper, and a harness to attach Dusty to the set
  • A must have for any Disney Planes fan!
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Exciting themed toys based on Disney's Planes: Fire & Rescue. Kids can have high-flying fun recreating action scenes from the movie

From the Manufacturer

This Piston Peak Trackset set centers around a key moment in Disney's Planes: Fire & Rescue where Dusty's spirit is tested. Can he fight a ferocious fire on the bridge and save his buddies from danger? Everything kids need for non-stop rescue action is included. Place the fire targets on the bridge and around the set, then, using the Action Shifters lever, fly Dusty throughout the track. Next send him up the waterfall to collect supplies, then speed down the curved track towards the bridge to put out the flames! With the Action Shifters lever, kids keep the action going until all is safe in the forest again! Ages 4 and older

Product Information

Product Dimensions 20 x 2.8 x 12 inches
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
ASIN B00IGXVB42
Item model number BFM28
Manufacturer recommended age 4 - 10 years
Best Sellers Rank #27,941 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#345 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys > Activity > Cars, Trucks, Boats & Planes
#424 in Toys & Games > Play Vehicles > Play Vehicles
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 95 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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By Subir Singh VINE VOICE on August 23, 2014
The Fire & Rescue Piston Peak Trackset is a new twist on spring launched toys which makes it easier for young children (3+) to launch the airplane safely and with no help from adults.

The toy requires adult help to setup. The tracks are delicate and it is critical that they do not bend or warp for smooth play. Once setup you attach Dusty the plane's harness to the track and use the action shifter to pulls back and fire the sprint loaded launcher. The launcher pushes the plane to the top of the track and the plane glides back to the launch pad. There is no reset required - just lift the shifter and pull back for continuous play. The toy is simple enough even for my 2.5 year old nephew to operate and he loves launching and watching Dusty glide back down. There are 4 fire targets that you can place on the tracks or along the flight path for Dusty to "put out".

This is a delicate and unstable toy and you cannot leave it unsupervised with a small child. With its single play, older kids will tire of it quickly.

Fun toy but delicate, pricey and fun is short lived.

Pros:
* Launcher is easy even for toddlers to operate
* Well-designed track with turns and curves provide a nice flight path
* 4 Fire targets can be placed on tracks for dusty to "put out"
* 3 more plane/helicopter options

Cons:
* Pricey
* Toy has a single play - pull back on action shifter to launch plane
* Delicate tracks - if bent or warped will not work
* Toy overall is a little unstable as the entire toy moves with each
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I have to admit, I was disappointed. I'm always disappointed when one of the main pieces to the set (the waterfall) is nothing more than a flimsy piece of cardboard. Note: This is going to have to be adult assembled and the fun is short lived. The set is somewhat flimsy. I was using it with a 4.5 year old and a 3 year old and although they enjoyed it, they couldn't really do much with it. The fun was short lived. There was nothing really for them to do or build. They only got to send the plane around. The set lasted less than a week which disappointed me greatly. The plane was great quality and we did keep that piece!
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We got the set as a gift. It seem like an interesting idea, since my son LOVES airplanes. But since I didn’t know what I was getting myself into, I wasn’t ready to build anything and the instruction wasn’t that clear to me. After struggle with it for about 45 minutes and my son trying to steal parts from me, I got the thing built. I guess it’s not that hard, but I am an engineer, so building things is kind of my jobs.

Pros:
My son LOVES it! He’s only 2 years old, so he’s really amused to be able to shoot airplane out and it’s the first thing he wants to play when he wakes up in the morning. It’s also really easy for him to figure out how it works, not much guidance from me was needed if any at all.

Cons:
The water fall cardboard doesn’t stay and is just very flimsy. My son keeps taking it off and coming over to tell me that it’s broken, so I had to go fix it. The white part that holds the airplane also falls off the track sometimes, so my son comes over to tell me it’s broken again. I honestly wonder if he purposely broke it and make me fix it. I really don’t think stuff like this should be falling off so often. oh, I also don't get what's that three fires, they are just hanging out.

Would I buy it? Probably not, and definitely not for that price. Maybe $15.
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My son loved the planes. I really enjoy watching him launch the planes and its very easy for him to do, however the white piece that attaches to the plane falls off almost every time it goes around the track. There is only one place to load the plane and he's to little to understand how. Also this is the second track I've bought and without buying the extra stations the tracks are very very flimsy. The back of the track always falls down or goes crooked and causes the track to fall over. Also, the fire balls that come with do not stay on the track long enough to shoot them down with the plane.
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CHEAP.. difficult to assemble, poor instructions. I just built an entire Lego City Train with no problems. This was very difficult to assemble because the pieces are fragile and cheap. I broke the turn railing almost immediately - there goes the toy... out comes the Kragl. Once assembled, the plane wouldn't even knock down the pretend fire! Disney, sooo disappointing that you would put your brand on something so awful. Disney toys are some of the worst out there. Imaginext are way better. Sturdy and little to no assembly needed.
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By Steve on February 20, 2015
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Our kids absolutely love this. all the Disney planes characters come with a hole to fasten them to this track carrier and it is a huge hit. while it is quite flimsy at the back, its not fallen apart on the track sections, but the cheap cardboard background /mountain waterfall is worthless.

bottom line is we purchased on a lightening deal and its been hours of entertainment for the kids who are not playing video games.
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Santa brought this for my 6 year old son. Santa didnt think about the time it takes to put together on Christmas morning, quite a few peices to fit together just right before having fun . He played with it a few times at first but now its lost in the closet of other toys waiting to be played with. I will say this is a fun alternative to "race cars" as the airplane provides a different persepctive on vehicle transportation.
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