Fisher-Price Super Spiral Speedway
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- Place the cars in the starting gate, flip up the ramp and they're off
- Side-by-side racing excitement gets a special twist as two cool race cars race down the spirals and turns
- Kids can hear the engines start and rev by pressing the back of starting gate
- Preschool Classics Spiral Speedway
- Press the front lever for supersonic racing sounds
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Gentlemen (or ladies!) start your engines! Place the cars in the starting gate, flip up the ramp...and they're off! Side-by-side racing excitement gets a special twist as two cool race cars race down the spirals and turns. Kids can hear the engines start
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Top customer reviews
The longevity has yet to be seen, as we've had this opened about 2 hours. However, so far both kids love it. Our space is limited, so a larger track that he might grow into was out of the question this time around. When I opened the box, I was initially disappointed in the size, it seemed smaller than I had expected. But it does the job. Both cars that were included work fine, and perhaps even more importantly, our other brand race cars (matchbox/hotwheels) work great, including the ambulance. (The mini tonka cars are too large for this track.) If a little too much force is applied, sometimes one will fly off the track a bit early, but I would not call that a defect. (If too much force is applied to a gas pedal and a person swerves off the road, typically the responding officer would find the driver at fault.)
The dual lane allows the kiddos to race each other, at least in their own minds. Perhaps if I were scientific I could use it for physics lessons, but I'm not that motivated. However, I could potentially see my kids rolling marbles or bouncy balls down them in the future.
Big sis had fun hanging vehicles from the lever with her silly bands, both enjoyed pushing their choice of cars down the track, and our son exclaimed "get set go!" (Even with the lever, they seem to prefer an old fashioned shove from the top.)
My only complaint so far is that there is not a power switch for the sound.
Amazon's shipping/delivery via super-saver was prompt... no need to expedite when ordered a week before it was needed.
Our model is the one with the yellow ramp, purple, orange and blue accents pictured in the photos.
4 months later, my kids still enjoy this toy. We've acquired more toy cars that work with it, typically shorter in length work best.
I'm surprised by the sheer volume of parents who were disappointed that their kid did not play with the toy. It happens to the best of us at times, but I'd suggest that you really think through your child's personality when purchasing a toy that is going to take up this much floor space. Things to consider: 1) does your child spend hours racing cars, playing with them, talking about them? 2) Does your child enjoy predictable play? some kids do, others don't - Is the child a creature of habit or is he/she easily bored or even upset by routines? 3) Does your child enjoy imaginative play best, or does he/she prefer practical, reality-based play? 4) does your child get upset if something doesn't work exactly right, or does it not matter?
I cant comment on the noise level. My husbands grandparents bought it and wrapped it up and stored it at their place before christmas, and by the time it was unwrapped the batteries were dead. we're not mourning the loss, and what the kid doesn't know wont kill him.
The biggest con for this toy is the dreadful noise. We removed the batteries ahead of Christmas morning, and I see no reason to put them back ever. Other minor con: it's really a single use toy--not a lot of creative play opportunities.
The pros are that it's fairly compact (much smaller than the track my in-laws got him which was a monster Fisher-Price Little People Wheelies Stand 'n Play Rampway (Frustration-Free Packaging) and will not be coming home to our house--though it's also fun). Another pro: most Matchbox cars race pretty well on this track, too. So you can vary the play a bit by trying out different cars, trucks, etc.
All in all, good product for the price.