Fisher Price Imaginext Castillo Castillo Amigos Catapult
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- Action Tech technology allows the castle to "interact" with the Catapul
- Catapult can roll into the battle for support
- Includes three boulders which launch with the press of the disc
- When the disc is released, the next boulder moves into position for firing
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The Imaginext Castle Large Catapult is one of the exciting new Castle Feature Vehicles It features our newly developed Action Tech technology allowing the castle to recognize and respond to the vehicle with the twist or press of the disk The Catapult is designed to roll into battle and support the knights trying to get in You can press down on the disc and fire one of three boulders towards the castle When you release the disc the next boulder automatically moves into position With either a twist or press of the disc the castle will also call out to warn the knights within the castle of impending fire In addition to working with the Castle the Catapult also has cool battling sound effects that will reward and surprise as the activation disk is pressed
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If you contact Fisher-Price customer service, they will send you a shipping label to send back to them and get a $13 voucher for another product. That's at least what they told me via chat today, so just giving a heads-up. I asked about the product being fixed and all she could tell me was that there were "many happy customers" so I don't know that they will be fixing this issue or not. I don't know that the voucher will be used on another catapult.
*** Wanted to add something to this review. I was able to take the catapult apart and fix the throwing mechanism. For our catapult, one of the plastic pieces that worked with other gears to propel it forward was out of place. To take it apart, unscrew four main screws (one is hidden behind a wheel. You can pop the wheel off and it should go back on without a problem. At least mine did. One of the other screws is partially hidden by a wheel but I was able to get that without taking off the wheel).
After doing that, you'll have to pry off the red pushing mechanism by pushing in on the little tab on the side with a flat head screwdriver. Then unscrew the screws on the red pushing mechanism. Inside you'll see three brown gear like parts. One was dislodged on mine. If you put it back in place, then slip it over the red pushing button before sliding the red button back in place, it should work. This is hard to explain in words - trying my best here.
Now that it works, I am happy with the product. I just hope it stays working because many reviews have said it breaks soon after working. We shall see.
I tried to shield his disappointment by telling him that at least the castle still recognized it and he could flick the catapult arm by hand rather than the button to get it to throw the rocks. After a couple days and checking reviews on here I decided to call Fisher-Price and report the issue. They said I could return it and they would send me a voucher for $15 to spend on another item. My son was so disappointed to be without the toy because sending it back meant ALL of it including the included knight and his accessories. I chose to send it back for a refund and went to 2 Targets to find him another one that I hope does not break just as easily. I hope they improve this toy's durability or discontinue it and design a better model next time. It is a wonderful addition to the eagle talon castle which I highly recommend.
It has a little self reload mechanism too where it can fire all three boulders in quick succession.
To get good air you have to push pretty good on the button, my son (3.5) usually doesn't get good air with it, but he still really likes it. When he opened it he had to be convinced to finish opening his other presents.
It seems durable, he has tried stomping on the button with his foot and it held up to that, all told a very near toy.