We were sent the below products in exchange for an honest review.
My little boy is a huge fan of pretty much anything with wheels. His bike, his scooter and, of course, his toy cars. We have lots of them and he runs around the house whizzing them along the furniture, just like my husband did when he was younger. His favourite thing to do is to drop his car from the top of the couch and watch them wheel down the arm.
So I when I received the PJ Masks Save the City Trackset and Headquarter Launcher I knew Alfie would love them. The Headquarter launcher was our favourite (which I knew it would be), the set included a clamp, a track, a headquarters building which includes height adjustable lift and track connector as well as three opening doors. This is all in addition to a Die-Cast PJ Masks vehicle.
The set is really easy to use, we attached the track to a table with the clamp provided and set the headquarters building on the floor allowing the track to drop vertically. You then place the PJ Masks vehicle at the top of the track and watch it fall down to come through one of the doors in the headquarters. Really simple idea but lots and lots of fun for all 3 children, we had squeals of delight from Alfie as he watched cars fly through the doors. We also discovered that many of his other cars fitted on the track which was good, as he has a habit of misplacing things.
Next we tried out the PJ Masks Save the City Trackset. Again, really easy to set up (which is needed when dealing with little impatient ones) and quite similar to the Headquarter Launcher. We placed the track on the ground and set up PJ Mask villian’s Night Ninja Splats and Romeo’s Robot along the track. The idea is to launch the PJ Mask vehicle (you also receive one with the set) with the pull back elastic launcher and watch it shoot along the track defeating the villains along the way. Alfie loved watching the car shoot along and again we had lots of fun together playing with this track.
These sets are perfect for little car lovers and PJ Mask fans. For us, if we had to choose just one, it would be the Headquarter Launcher. It kept Alfie entertained for ages, he loved watching the cars drop along the track almost hitting the floor.