- Hot wheels toys
With Christmas rapidly approaching I’ve been thinking about presents for my 4 yr old lad. He has a small collection of cars but no track as yet. I remember I had some matchbox track as a kid, that clamped to the dining table and had a loop the loop, loved it!Posted 1 month ago
Things seem to have moved on since then, so I’m looking for recommendations please. What’s been a hit with your kids. Are the track builder sets more entertaining than the sets?
my boys (4.5 and 2.5) love playing with their hotwheels track – its a simple clip together one with 2 bends. Most of the fun is in making it into a massive ramp (rested against the sofa back) and send the cars down the ramp and jumping over stuff into the box.
They have the hotwheels garage for xmas. The big one with the shark. They should love it.Posted 1 month agomogrimMember
How big is that Hotwheels pack? I need to sort something out for my 2.5yr old nephew, but I live in Spain, he lives in Australia, and we’re meeting for Christmas in London… and his parents will hate me if I get something too big for the case. (The box can go in the bin, that’s not a problem).
Any other suggestions for 2.5yr old boys are more than welcome!Posted 1 month agobsimsMember
Mini Sims loved Brio wooden railways and is now helping out as Micro Sims gets into it.Posted 1 month agoMary HingeSubscriber
We bought criss cross crash for the grandkids in the summer, to keep at our house.
They absolutely love it and its suitable for even the 2 and a half year old as its self contained and battery powered.
Got so.e more track for christmas, but looking g for that simple clamp to the table loop the loop set that I loved as a kid. But cant seem to find one. Lots of powered or more complex ones but not just the simple clamp and loop.
Anyone spotted one?Posted 1 month agochestrockwellMember
My 5 year old loves Hotwheels. My advice would be track and car based sets rather than fancy looking things. He loves chucking cars down a track, really likes the (expensive) battery operated loop the loop when I can afford to replace the batteries but hardly ever asks about the elaborate (and expensive!) shark car wash thing. Looks ace, does very little.Posted 1 month ago
Colour changing cars win also.
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