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- This articulated chain can bend into a countless shapes.
- Create letters, numbers, symbols - even a bracelet or necklace.
- Lightweight plastic construction is designed to withstand hours of intense play.
- Wacky Tracks come in a variety of assorted colors.
- Suitable for all ages.
- Challenge your children's imaginations and keep them active with Toysmith.
- Committed to providing the most imaginative toys along with the highest safety standards, Toysmith has toys appropriate for all age groups.
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Toysmith Wacky Tracks keep idle hands busy and stimulate hours of imaginative play. This articulated chain can bend into a countless shapes. Create letters, numbers, symbols - even a bracelet or necklace. Lightweight plastic construction is designed to withstand hours of intense play. Wacky Tracks come in a variety of assorted colors. Suitable for all ages.
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Create shapes, letters, numbers or jewelry with our Wacky Tracks from Toysmith. Bend, form or fidget, there is no end to what you can create. Features a articulated plastic chain. Assorted colors.
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For one, it is VERY loud. Any time you move the fidget, it makes a clicking sound which can be heard even over normal voice level conversation. This is not a problem if the person using the fidget is in a room by themselves, if you are using it to help you focus while studying, etc, but if you are purchasing this for use in a group or classroom setting, I would consider the amount of noise level in the room and if it is a quieter setting or a setting where any type of repetitive noise (think of that person tapping their pen repeatedly on table, or someone who types REALLY obnoxiously loud on their keyboard), this is probably not the product for you.
I do like that it is flexible/can be bent multiple ways, is a portable size that easily fits inside a pants or jacket pocket, and is a fun color. Just doesn't work for my purposes.
It's sort of like playing with Protein Folding. I had much fun attaining various shapes, and at other times, just hearing it click.
I ended up taking it home with me to play with it some more on the bus, and at home.
1 - Well made. Uses a notch system which helps it hold shape. From a quick test, a single piece is able to hold about 29 to 33 pieces horizontally without giving way to gravity.
2 - Lots of links. ~48 on mine.
3 - Makes a satisfying click sound. (see Cons)
4 - Easily separable - just pull.
1 - If you're thinking to use as a fidget toy: Clicks are loud, detectable even on running bus with engine noise. Clicks sound like one is clipping nails. Person on bus in front of me gave me a backwards glance.
Despite the above clicking sound, the toy is worth having around at home at least for the fun factor. It kind of reminded me of playing with LEGO bricks, but instead of having to look through a pile of LEGO bricks for the LEGO piece you need, it's like having all the LEGO pieces concatenated to each other for easy access.
There are 40 articulated segments each approximately 3/4" in length with a total combined length of about 22". The joints fit tightly together and give a satisfying click when forming shapes which they hold very well. As far as what you can create the possibilities are numerous and vary from simple to complex.
I would highly recommend this toy for any child or adult who has specific sensory needs or is looking for a cool and fun toy.
**I bought her a Tangle Relax Therapy toy last year and though she did like it, she definitely likes this one a lot better.
Fiddling with it makes a very satisfying clicky sound. I regularly steal it from him for my own enjoyment.