CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Fisher-Price GeoTrax Rail and Road System Fly-By Bridge with GeoAir Expansion Track
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- The deluxe air track expansion packs include a full loop of four pieces flexible air track
- Connect the air track to another geoair site and travel by plane or use the ground track connections to expand out to the rail and road world
- The barnstormer includes a barn with swinging break through doors
- Includes drop-through hay bale door, push-along pick-up truck, articulated farmer figure, geoair track and a ground cross track
- Colors and decorations may vary
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The other reviews are a little one sided. One reviewer purchased all three plane sets together and so had plenty of track. Another gave it 5 stars without even having seen it together.
My recommendation for this product is to only buy it if you are going to buy one of the other airplane tracks too. Otherwise, it will be wasted money.
One disadvantage is that the pillars that the bridge sits on have a keying mechanism that prevents using standard stanchion pillars (from Elevation Track Pack kits). Using stanchion pillars would allow the bridge to be raised two or three levels above ground level (bridge usually sits one level above ground level). Also the base of the Fly By Bridge pillars have a large footprint, so it reduces the possibilities of track placement beneath the bridge. Still, this kit is a fun one and a great addition to the GeoTrax product family.
If you want or need track layout ideas, there are four track layout manuals on eBay. The newest one (volume 7) uses the Fly By Bridge, and all ten layouts fit on the KidKraft train table (48" x 33" inner dimensions). You can find the manuals by searching on eBay for "geotrax track layout manual".
HOWEVER, I was very dsappointed with the functionality of this one. It looks cool, but the plane does not stay on the loop-de-loop no matter how you position it. So you have to manually move the plane when it gets stuck (constantly..)ANd you have to buy the plane seperately with the remote, which I thought was sort of lame because what good is the set without that? All in all great idea but design is not up to the usual standards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i purchased it cause like the bridge itself, not for the planes functionality, so i am not using all of its features.
but as a bridge - looks cool
The bridge is much bigger than I thought it would be: and it can connect to other tracks in four places. Read morePublished on July 17, 2010 by Frances A. Jacobs
GeoTrax train components are fantastic, but the air-track on the GeoAir components we've tried are too flimsy for the heavy GeoAir planes. Read morePublished on April 1, 2010 by anonymous
This toy does not work. The bends on the inside of the loop are too sharp and the airplane - sold seperately - stands still and clicks until it is manually pushed around. Read morePublished on December 26, 2009 by Karen Gregory
As with most GeoTrax sets, we soon found that they do NOT include the main pieces needed. Beware! You are provided with the plane track, however no plane. Read morePublished on December 26, 2009 by OTG w/chickens