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Thomas & Friends Take-n-Play Twist 'N Tumble - Depósito de carga con tren de juguete

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  • En el otoño de 2012 que son la nueva forma introducir n Tumble gota Cargo.
  • Cuenta con una acción rápida y el juego carrera de reacción.
  • Ven con Paxton quien corre a su cargo, ya que cae a través de la Smelters Yard.
  • Se conecta a perder el rumbo y otros conjuntos dentro de Take-n-Play.
  • Para niños de 3 y otra vez.

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Peso del producto1,1 Kg
Dimensiones del producto50,8 x 40,6 x 31,8 cm
Edad mínima recomendada (por el fabricante)3 años y más
Número de modeloW3532
Montaje necesarioNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Incluye bateríasNo
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Producto en desde15 de febrero de 2013
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fun 2012 set... as long as you don't mind doing a little "doctoring"... 3 de julio de 2012
Por Grandma Zizzy - Publicado en
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My husband and I have been doing some early Christmas shopping for our grandson and were really looking forward to doing a little pre-Christmas testing out of 2012's Twist & Tumble Cargo Drop (making its debut on the 2012 Collector Checklist), having been so delighted with another - now that it's in front of us, we wouldn't put it on the same level as Dieselworks, due to an immediately apparent mechanical glitch as well as the fact that there's only one place to connect it up to other sets or track (compared to three on Dieselworks). But Grandma & Grandpa were able to doctor it up to where it's workable (glad we found out ahead of time!), and we're sure he'll enjoy having its featured building (the Smelters, where old engine parts are melted down) as another place for his trains to visit! The $29.99 price (free shipping) seemed relatively reasonable.

Though not AS bright as some of the other sets (about two-thirds of it is the mostly grey Smelters Shed and the grey S-curved/inclined track), it gets little punches of color here and there. Paxton (deep green with yellow lining, black cab, red base & 6 black wheels) and his yellow cargo car (with 4 black wheels) - both included! - start out at the top of the Smelters Shed, where you place his cargo of old train parts into a yellow lever scoop; when you lift the lever, it sends Paxton and his car down and around the S-curve incline, while his cargo drops into a yellow cargo bucket... midway through the curve, Paxton pushes through a yellow trip gate which triggers the bucket to drop the cargo down the goldish-orange chute and into the matching smelting furnace... Paxton arrives at the bottom (halted by a yellow stop gate) to collect the (supposedly now) melted iron cargo (the furnace has a grey door at the bottom that you lift up to release the cargo into Paxton's car - pretty clever!) The glitch was that the "iron" cargo (which is colored orange... we suppose because it's supposed to be so hot it's glowing?) is a HOLLOW piece of lightweight plastic (honestly, it's the cheapest thing we've seen in the TnP line, unfortunately), and not only is it too light to propel down the chute, but on half of our attempts it actually just popped right out of the bucket and onto the floor! Our solution was to pull a piece of Silly Putty, mold it to the inside of the hollow area, placing a piece of tape at the bottom (so it wouldn't stick to the lever) - waa-laa! The cargo is now weighted enough that it tumbles down the chute and into the furnace as intended. Other details are "windows" and "fan vents" on the shed, through which you see the orange-yellow glow of fire, a couple of green panels on the front of the shed, the letters "D" and "W" near the top (for Diesel Works maybe?) with a circular emblem in between depicting melted iron being poured, and across from the cargo door there's a light brown panel that pops into the set to keep Paxton from flying off the track, and serves as a partition between the track and a "rocky" area (where we guess Paxton takes his lunch breaks!) There's a passageway underneath the shed with enough width and height to run an additional piece of track through - we know our grandson will come up with clever ways to incorporate this into his "Island of Sodor"! We're thinking this is where he'll also keep Iron 'Arry and Iron Bert. It would've made sense to include THEM in this set, since they work at the Smelters, but that would prevent us from having to purchase them separately, now wouldn't it? :-) Maybe they have an overabundance of Paxtons, since he's also included in another 2012 set - Paxton at the Blue Mountain Stone Shed. (And just so you're aware, Take-n-Play products are not compatible with wooden tracks.)

JULY 2015 UPDATE: Fisher-Price includes a yearly "Collector Checklist" in some (not all) Take-n-Play products, but they're pretty much just a sales pitch for the latest products. There've been 15 playsets that fall into what I've come to categorize as an "intermediate" range of between $25-30, since Fisher-Price took over the Thomas diecast line in 2010 from Learning Curve's "Take-Along" and renamed it "Take-n-Play". In case you're someone who's truly interested in collecting, or just would like to see what the other options have been released in that price range, here's a list for you (in order of introduction): Cranky at the Docks, Tidmouth Sheds, Knapford Station, Knapford Holiday Celebration, Sodor Steamworks Repair Shed, Sodor Search & Rescue Center, Twist & Tumble Cargo Drop, Thomas' Treasure Hunt Adventure, Thomas' Shark Exhibit, Paxton at the Blue Mountain Stone Shed, Percy's Penguin Adventure, Spills & Thrills on Sodor, Percy to the Rescue, Water Works Rescue, and Spiral Tower Tracks Mega Set. We'd pretty much recommend all of them except for the last four!

10/25/16 update: I'm going back and adding this update to each of my Take-n-Play reviews, since it's important information for any parents/grandparents out there with a young Thomas & Friends enthusiast who holds a special place in their heart, and is considering beginning a collection for them. I just found out the TnP line of diecast trains/vehicles/rolling stock with magnetic connectors is being REPLACED by Fisher-Price in 2017 with a diecast line called "Thomas & Friends Adventures", which will be TnP models modified with PLASTIC HOOK & LOOP COUPLERS. Obviously, your youngster will not be able to connect the 2014-2016 TnP models (with their flat, round 1-way magnetic connectors), nor the 2010-2014 TnP models - or Learning Curve's compatible 2002-2010 Take Along models - with their protruding 2-way magnetic connectors - with the new types of couplers as of next year.

2/17/17 Update: Fisher-Price must've received a slew of complaints from Take-n-Play owners, because they've now developed magnetic clip engine connectors (to clip onto the magnetic trains - but ONLY those with the flat round 1-way magnets... they don't want to invite comparisons between the high quality of the older trains with protruding 2-way magnets! - that have a plastic hook & loop coupler to be able to connect to the new Adventures engines), along with track adapter pieces (Take-n-Play track pieces/sets have only 1 male or female part at the end to connect up to other track/sets, while the new Adventures tracks/sets have both one male & 1 female part on EACH end), available by directly contacting F-P.
8 de 9 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not up to Thomas Standards 20 de febrero de 2013
Por Liddiard - Publicado en
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We've purchased several Thomas items in our son's first three years and this is probably my least favorite of the bunch. The track that wraps around seems flimsy and doesn't stay in place well. He's hardly played with it since he got it and I haven't wanted to sit down and try to figure it out all over again so I haven't messed with it either. It definitely doesn't seem to be a "true" take-n-play set since those are typically self-containing and easy to use. This one has too many removable parts to fit into that category. I wish we had gotten a different take-n-play set instead.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 4 de enero de 2016
Por Mark Leonhardt - Publicado en
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Cargo drop a disappointment 14 de junio de 2013
Por Summer Stice - Publicado en
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This play set doesn't collapse as much as others, so it takes a lot of space to store. Also, the switch to release Paxton and his truck doesn't work every time and the cargo doesn't land in the truck that often. Nevertheless, my son still enjoys playing with it.
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Take and Play? Not so much... 16 de marzo de 2013
Por Kendall Wadsworth - Publicado en
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Unlike some other take & play train sets I've seen, this one does not fold up easily into one piece for carrying or storing. The pieces are everywhere, which, in our case, defeated the purpose of this type of set.