Blaze and The Monster Machines has been a favourite in our house for a while now. Lamb has a couple of the blaze trucks, one which is an aeroplane and one which is a firetruck. He doesn’t know yet but I’ve bought him one which is for the bath. (Anyone else have a pre-schooler OBSESSED with putting every toy in the bath?)
Fisherprice kindly sent us the Blaze Light & Launch Hyper Loop to review, and even though it’s Lambs birthday in a couple of weeks, I knew how much he’d love to review this toy, so couldn’t say no.
Got a child who loves racing cars? A child who loves light up toys, and things that launch? Then they will love the Blaze Light & Launch Hyper Loop!
Using the toy is super easy. Once you’ve put everything together, place Blaze in the launcher and turn the leaver and press the release button. Blaze is the is spun in a 360 degree rotation in the hyper loop and launched down the track.
- Light-up revving action
- 360° spinning launcher
- 9 stunt combinations
- Translucent Light Rider Blaze vehicle
- Helps kids explore the STEM principle of kinetic energy
What’s great about this toy is your little one can happily play with it on it’s own, incorporate it into play with other toys, or buy additional Blaze playsets which attach to this one.
Lamb’s imagination is quickly expanding and he often sits for a couple of hours talking to himself and his toys, making up stories and inventing games.
To give you a better idea of how this toy works we’ve filmed a little slow-mo for you (apologies for the piles of parcels in the background, I had a lot of orders to ship!)
Lamb really loves this toy. Like I said, he’s a huge fan of Blaze and the Monster Machines. It’s his 4th birthday in a couple of weeks, so now we have an idea of what we can get him! The playsets to go with this one!
You can buy the Blaze and the Monster Machine Light & Launch Hyper Loop from Argos for £24.99.
*I was sent this product free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words are honest and my own.