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Fisher-Price Thomas and Friends Trackmaster Motorized Railway [Risky Rails Bridge Drop]

Precio: EUR 346,99
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Detalles técnicos
Peso del producto2,8 Kg
Dimensiones del producto135,4 x 74,9 x 50,8 cm
Pilas:1 AA (Tipo de pila necesaria)
Número de modeloW3542
Montaje necesarioNo
Necesita baterías
Incluye bateríasNo
Información adicional
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº281.458 en Juguetes y juegos (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en desde1 de mayo de 2013

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not As Good As The Other TrackMaster Sets 22 de julio de 2012
Por Southpaw - Publicado en
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I bought this for my 5 year old nephew, who simply adores Thomas. It is based on the movie that will be released sometime this year. Even though it was fun seeing Thomas load the rocks at the quarry and then dropping off the bridge, it was hard to set it up. As an adult, I had difficulty setting it up and it is time-consuming. With that said, I don't mind it being time-consuming as long as it remains put together, but I noticed that the tracks didn't remain fitted together and every few minutes kept on popping off which in turn affected the assembly of the other tracks and subtracted the toy's overall enjoyability. The tracks from the other Trackmaster Sets are better than this one. Plus, for its price, it would have been nicer if Fisher-Price designed the crane to be brought back and forth along the zip line automatically instead of manually. My nephew no longer plays with this toy and uses some of the better-fitted tracks to create his own layout in conjunction with his other trackmaster set. I honestly don't recommend this Trackmaster. I hope you find this review helpful.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Dear God, punch me in the face 20 de julio de 2013
Por This is my pen name - Publicado en
There is nothing more in the world my son loves than Thomas and everything Thomas. After seeing this advertised on the associated movie, and watching this advertisement again on Youtube (countless times), his little soul could not rest until this product he has obsessed over and dreamed of, became his. Well, his grandmother was persuaded, and I, upon coming home from work one day, found a tremendous box in the middle of my living room, a frazzled son and grandmother, one begging to play with his new toy and one begging to leave my house. It was a monstrosity that she could not tackle. So, armed with the false security of experience regarding putting these tracks together, I set to work.

Three hours later, I have experienced despair, hopelessness, a variety of emotions, but the most prevailing of all: pure rage. Hatred. This is the most absurd thing to put together, the directions, dreadful. Whoever was associated with the production of this particular toy: You, Sir(s) or Madam(s), should know that everything was fine before this existed.

After suffering the nightmare of putting it together, it has consumed half of the living room. It's tremendous. Now, I would have realized this had I purchased it myself, but it was a gift. All I have to say is that if you receive this as a gift, give it back. If you see this in the store and it cost $3.15, doesn't matter, don't buy it. If you're considering buying it online read the dimensions. I'm sorry that you've gotten far enough into considering buying it to even bother reading the dimensions, truly, if you're there, heed the caveat!

As for the product itself: so far it's holding up fairly well. A piece falls off here and there and you need to snap it back into place. I would consider superglue, but, THIS permanently set in your living room is a terrible idea.

Educational value - I gave it two stars because I don't think my son is learning anything in particular except that these levers do this, that, in whatever sequence, some fine motor skills.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fun adventure from Blue Mountain Mystery 22 de agosto de 2012
Por Talvi - Publicado en
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My 4 year old and I saw Thomas & Friends: Blue Mountain Mystery the Movie DVD at the theater and he loved it. He has always been fascinated by bridges and is forever acting out faling bridge scenes with his Thomas sets. Blue Mountain Mystery starts out with scenes from the Blue Mountain quarry, which is a narrow gauge quarry. Thomas And Friends Wooden Railway - Rheneas, Thomas the Train: TrackMaster Skarloey, Thomas & Friends: Rusty to the Rescue, and other old-time narrow gauge engines are at the quarry, and start out the movie with a bridge collapse accident.

There are a couple of new characters introduced in the movie, including Merrick the quarry crane and Owen the quarry lift. Merrick is featured in this TrackMaster set and Owen is featured in the Take and Play set Thomas the Train: Take-n-Play the Great Quarry Climb. The box mentions that it is the tallest TrackMaster set and it is indeed tall.

We are more of a wooden railway family, but we have a couple of TrackMaster sets like Thomas the Train: TrackMaster Cranky and Flynn Save the Day Playset and the Misty Island TrackMaster set Thomas the Train: Zip, Zoom, and Logging Adventure). My son is more of a push-the-train railway maven, so he doesn't enjoy the motorized TrackMaster sets as much. To put that into perspective, he's played with his wooden sets for a year and a half, and the TrackMaster sets we've given him get about 3 weeks of play. I saw the Blue Mountain Mystery wooden set in stores but I don't yet see it on Amazon.

I have an "assembly required" scale of 1 to 10:

1 = my husband and I get divorced at the end of it.
10 = we sit back with a warm afterglow of teamwork and accomplishment as our son plays with it.

This is about a 6 on that scale. We didn't get on each other's nerves but it did take some time. Most of the tracks and pieces have letters and numbers on the bottom, and there is one page of the manual that has the b&w stick track layout on it with the numbers on each track and piece. I had the pile of pieces, and my husband would ask for each letter (a couple of pieces annoyed us by not having them!). It took about 20 minutes to get everything set up. Just as with Zip, Zoom, and Logging Adventure, you need a railway engineer to take care of the track once it is built.

We put an AA battery in Thomas and my husband ran our son through the interactive elements. First, we put the `boulder' in Thomas' car, then sent Thomas up the hill to the highest point. He is stopped there and my son was able to lift the top of the car and drop the boulder down a chute. He then tripped a switch that let Thomas continue on, hitting another switch that sent the boulder down the zipline. Thomas then comes around the bend to...BROKEN TRACK! The track collapses under Thomas' weight but of course, Thomas lands safely, accompanied by squeals and cheers all the way. Since it is hard to describe, I have included a video of the action. Just keep your eye on Thomas and not my son's messy playroom. =)

He was fascinated by the keystone coming loose in the movie and causing the bridge to collapse, and although this set doesn't have the keystone and bridge, he found a way to act out that part. There is a piece that clips on to a curving track near the top that gives it rock edges...he shakes the track and gives that a push and it falls off, while he says "oh no, the keystone fell out!"

-Lots of action
-Interactive elements for my son (switches to change tracks or stop Thomas, car with dumping mechanism, boulder (2 of them), zipline (with Merrick crane release switch), collapsing bridge)
-Huge set (note that although you see it in the video on our Thomas table, it doesn't fit the Thomas table...on the other side it was hanging over the edge supported by a Candyland box)
-It's a good representation of the quarry, complete with Merrick

-Takes a while to set up (20 mins)
-Some pieces don't have numbers/letters
-If you don't set it up right, which can be fairly easy since there are so many pieces, it will come loose and Thomas won't travel the rails correctly. I reversed two pieces and my husband had to fix it when we had problems.
-If your child doesn't enjoy being a railway engineer and putting things back together, he or she could get frustrated with this toy.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is my favorite track master track set yet and we have spent ... 28 de junio de 2016
Por Ginger - Publicado en
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This is my favorite track master track set yet and we have spent a small fortune!!! You get ALOT with this purchase and let me tell you it is still in perfect condition almost 2 years later one move later in the hands of a wild little boy who isn't the best at not breaking his things!!! This is his go to track!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Three Stars 24 de junio de 2016
Por Mitzi Hazleback - Publicado en
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I liked the set but, it just didnt seem very sturdy, and feel apart pretty fast.

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