Fall in and move out! Duty calls and it's up to you to answer. Built for speed and packed with power, Speedeez puts the action in your hands! 'Turbo Ball' action makes 'em fast! Choose from 16 car and/or plane sets and half a dozen playsets, including 'Rescue Headquarters; & 'Military Helicopter'
Well, what can be said about these wee things? For one, they are wee... lol. Think 'Micro-Machines...' but these toys (cars AND planes) aren't just your average push me and I go type of toy. They have 'Speed Balls' inside them, designed to make them go faster or further.
This reviewer personally doesn't really know or care if they go faster, as I only bought the one set of the 'Jungle Fast Attack' and they have now gone on display.
After seeing the review on these from Wheeled Thing, I simply had to see them for myself. I mean, MicroMachine-style toys for under $20 seems like pure fiction! But no, he was telling the truth, so I bought a pack for my son... who thinks they are the next best thing to sliced bread!
Because of the ballbearing mounted underneath them, I was able to induce a magnetic field in them for a short time, meaning he could roll them around his Tomy Megasketcher (MagnaDoodle type drawing board) and leave tracks, so Daddy could draw a road, and the young'un could drive his Winter Warriors trucks down the road and leave trails. Which to a 3 year old is the height of entertainment.
Being an old MicroMachines buff myself years ago, I was taken with these miniature toys too, so will, probably head back and buy up big on the rest of the remaining sets, and add them to my display shelves. At $3 a set of 5, you can't go past the Value for Money factor on these ones.
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