Mattel Disney Cars 2 - Ataque del espía secreto Finn McMissile
- Inspirado por el nuevo hit película de Disney / Pixar, Cars 2
- Ir en su propia aventura con el maestro espía Finn McMissile
- Secret Spy ataque Finn McMissile hay ningún coche espía ordinario!
- El agente secreto de Cars 2 se cuela en la escena de las carreras a plena carga con transformaciones emocionantes
- Con mejores armas secretas de espías, el lanzamiento de misiles, efectos de sonido, y grandes frases de la película
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British secret agent Finn McMissile is no ordinary spy car In all his glory he is an international machine of mystery The Secret Spy Attack Finn McMissile instantly transforms for all out action with top secret spy weapons and firing missiles sound effects and thrilling transformations Finn comes fully loaded and ready for battle Featuring sound effects and fun phrases from the movie this playset allows kids to recreate scenes from Cars 2 and invent their own spy missions It comes with 3 x LR44 Button Cell batteries included and is suitable for ages 4 and up
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The size was bigger than I expected.
It's difficult for him to push down on the hood to get the guns out, but once I release them he can continue to push on the hood to hear Finn's dialogue.
It only comes with 3 missiles which were lost within the first 10 minutes of opening it. Although, that really hasn't hampered his enjoyment of this toy. I don't see why Mattel doesn't include 20 missiles - they are so cheap to manufacture.
For the reasons above I don't think that it's great, but my son loves it and that's all that matters.
It talks, it shoots little missiles (tiny ones, that are all missing the next day as it only comes with 3), and certain parts activate with "the push of a button", ehhhh, not so much. It's hard for my 3 year old to press the hood part down and get the guns to stay upright. Furthermore, he can't get the rear missile and windshield piece to collapse on his own, and honestly I have trouble with it sometimes.
Now, does that stop him from playing with it obsessively and SLEEPING with it? No. So, I'd say it's a victory in the mom department, however Mom wishes it was a little easier to operate, but that's just me. My kid loves it, I should just be happy with that.