We've got planes, trains and automobiles—AND helicopters, stunt vehicles and fire trucks. Talk about the coolest wheels on the road!
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This isn't your ordinary fire truck. No sir. Smokey sings, dances, lights up and even lets your kids know when he is thirsty (that's just one of his 95 phrases)! His cannon is ready to aim, shoot and put out fires with cannon balls that represent water.
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Trucky 3 is like the Tetris of 2011. Kids must strategically stack the painted shapes into the flatbeds of the the toy trucks. Creative and educational, this truck provides tons of puzzle fun. (We'll admit, it even stumped us a few times!)
Imagine a remote-controlled stunt vehicle with awesome technology that lets you save your favorite stunts and press REPLAY to do it all over again! Poof—here it is! OK, let's be honest: they had us at stunt vehicle—the replay was an added bonus!
Thomas fans will love this remote control track that works alone or can connect with any TrackMaster sets. It includes a 2-foot-high working Cranky the crane, a full loop track, cargo for lifting and a Flynn engine.
Defy gravity! And not with gravity boots, but with Air Hogs. Remember your first remote-controlled vehicle reaching speeds of about 5mph? Well, forget 'em. This bad boy can reach speeds up to 20 mph and has interchangeable tires for indoor and outdoor fun. No room or terrain is safe from this hog, it def ain't your granny's ride!
Ah, the answer for the kid who's always asking "how" and "why." These interactive and totally see-through vehicles show kids how they work and include a book that breaks it all down. Available in several versions including a sports car, helicopter and firetruck. The coolest way to learn about how things quite simply: go.
This flexible racetrack lets kids bend and move it to create different paths—they can even make a 3D loop or stunt tracks! Plop the motorized Pocoyo car down and watch it go, go, go!
Things that can go fast and be cool don't always have to be battery operated, right? And no batteries does NOT mean boring! This rig has a trailer that separates, and a ramp that goes up and down for loading!