Saturday, November 9, 2013
Holiday Gift Guide - Playmobile RC Freight Train
Attach the train car loaded with cargo and transport it down the tracks with the RC Freight Train. The included multi-functional RC module not only controls the trains movement but also activates the sets special effects, including front and rear lights, warning sound, and engine noise. The front car houses the conductor, who can enter and exit the car through the side door. The cargo car comes equipped with a side door that folds down, making it easy to load and unload goods. Once the train is fully loaded, travel around the large oval track (56.7 x 45.7 in). Set includes two figures and three containers. Dimensions of Locomotive: 25.2 x 4.7 x 5.9 in (LxWxH).
My Take on the Toy
Playmobil has really amped it up with this new playset that they have developed. This train set brings amazing detail to a remote controlled train for all. The train works very well and has easy to use controls. On top of this you can also purchase additional track so that you can allow the train to go even further. The train is also very well made with high quality materials so that this train will last for many years to come in the future. I have to say that I loved that the train had working lights and sounds as well as working parts on all of the trains too. All of this allows the child playing with this to have a real experience with a remote controlled train for a reasonable cost which is not always a possibility for most.
I love remote controlled trains and have used Lionel trains in the past. The thing that I like about this train more so than some others is that there is a ton on this train that "works" for the user. The train is not just a train, but it allows you direct interaction with the train itself and allows your children to interact with the train and characters to build a world around the train and the user.
All-in-all, this was a great remote controlled train that I highly recommend to all!
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