Fisher-Price TRIO Hot Wheels Stunt Ramp Builder
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- The TRIO Hot Wheels Stunt Ramp Builder set provides more ways for kids to build their creativity
- Create a monster stunt ramp and launch your TRIO Hot Wheels car down the ramp watch it launch through the ring of fire
- The set includes a variety of bricks, sticks, panels, ramp pieces, flags, Hot Wheels banner and much more
- Sized just right so kids can quickly build sets to play with
- TRIO building sets help encourage creativity and imagination
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Fisher-Price TRIO Hot Wheels Stunt Ramp Builder
The fun is building … exciting Hot Wheels TRIO race car and stunt track action! Over 90 TRIO building pieces let kids build a cool Hot Wheels TRIO racecar and all kinds of awesome stunt tracks with jump-ramps and barrel crashing action. TRIO easy-click bricks make building the car and track a “snap” (kids can actually hear and feel the click of the bricks!), and the pieces stay together for active play. Look for more Hot Wheels TRIO race cars to build and race on Super Stunt Builder, including Hot Wheels TRIO Bone Shaker, Rodger Dodger, and Urban Agent! (Additional cars each sold separately and subject to availability.)
Build Custom Stunt Ramps
Your child's imagination will take over with the Stunt Ramp Builder. Build a custom ramp, race on it, then take it apart and build another one. Set up obstacles at the end of the ramp, such as barrels and barricades, and watch them go flying as the TRIO racer crashes into them.
Excellent visual instructions to build three exciting ramps are included, and there are plenty of combinations that children can build on their own. It took our testers approximately 15 minutes to get up and racing using one of the pre-designed stunt ramps.
Over 90 Building Pieces
TRIO Stunt Ramp Builder includes a variety of pieces to build with, including sticks, bricks, panels, ramp pieces, flags, a Hot Wheels banner, figure, a rotating ring of fire, and barrels, as well as a TRIO Hot Wheels car with chassis.
Easy-Click Pieces Make Building a Snap
A majority of the building is done using blocks, which snap together with ease. Your child will be able to hear and feel the pieces clicking into place.
All of the pieces are durable and should withstand the nonstop racing action your child is bound to partake in. Children will have no problem working with various pieces to build ramps on their own; however, some adult assistance may be needed for certain elements.
Once the track is assembled, it is fairly portable, but there might be a few loose segments depending on how you design your ramp.
Use Other TRIO Hot Wheels for Stunt Ramp Action
One car is included in the set, but the fun doesn't have to stop with one! There are more Hot Wheels TRIO race cars to build and race on the Stunt Ramp Builder, including Hot Wheels TRIO Bone Shaker, Rodger Dodger, and Urban Agent (additional cars sold separately).
What's in the Box
93 pieces and instruction manual.
Top customer reviews
The Hot Wheels Super Stunt Builder set combines a car track with a building toy and you can use it for either one or both at any time. The set contains a building base, racing car, launcher ramp for the car, and blocks to build a structure to support the ramp. It has some specialized pieces but it's mostly versatile pieces and it was clearly meant for plenty of creative experimentation. That is, it doesn't follow the trend in "building" toys to be just snap-together play sets, it really is intended to be taken apart and turned into other things on a regular basis.
There are directions for some basic ramp possibilities with it and I'd call them about medium in clarity--sometimes it wasn't clear when an action was to be repeated and I sometimes had to think (not that there's anything wrong with that) about how a section I was building would connect to the rest of it. On the positive side, the pictures in the directions look like what you're supposed to actually build and they include two major layouts and one variation layout.
The main layout is a high slide that the car rolls down when you lift the launcher by one of its handles. Cleverly, it has no springs or mechanism to cock first, so it's not easily broken and it is easy to understand. On flat surfaces the launcher returns to the start position on its own by gravity. The car hits a flipping "gong" sort of thing as it goes by and you can set up the included barrels past that for added mayhem. The launcher and track work just fine with other wheeled toys, and it can be fun to line them up and see who can go furthest.
A tip: It's very likely that at some point your child will first destroy the elaborate version of the track and then ask you to make it work for cars again right away. No need to refuse. The panels make it easy to build high in a hurry if you need to. Just build a tower with four panels and layers of bricks between them and put the launcher on top and hook the track to it--time permitting, maybe build a 1-panel high support about halfway down the track. No flags, no shed on top, no elaborate railing, no walls, no gong--but the cars will still go down the track just fine.
Pro: 1) More blocks for the money than an average Trio set. 2) High repeat-play value. 3) You can play too, an adult won't get bored easily 4) Works with other Trio sets 5) No broken parts in 3 months.
Con: 1) Trio racing car driver doesn't fit anything else in the Trio world that I can find--neither the sticks nor the bricks connect to his feet, only a socket inside the car. 2) I'm still not sure whether or not the sticks part could be dangerous though they aren't sharp and nothing has happened so far. 3) The car is heavy--that's good because it really launches, but keep bare feet out of the way.
Bottom line: I plan to buy more Trio sets in the future.
Most recent customer reviews
great quality, hours of fun
I would recommend this to anyone