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Micro Scalextric Super Speed Race Set


Who will triumph, Porsche or Lamborghini? You can find out with this Micro Scalextric set

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Age: 4+ years

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The chase is on in this Micro Scalextric Super Speed Race Set. Who will win – the red Porsche 911 Turbo or the vibrant green Lamborghini Huracán EVO? This set contains everything you need to race Scalextric, including supercars, a battery-operated powerbase (batteries not included), over 3.5 metres of track including a lap counter booby trap and a speed ramp which can create 9 unique layouts, and 2 easy speed limiting hand controllers.

What our testers said

“The Lamborghini is going to win” – Boy aged 5

“I really liked building the track and racing the cars fast so they flew off. That was funny” – Boy aged 9

What our experts think

Who will win? Porsche or Lamborghini? This Micro Scalextric set is great for young children to try their hand at car racing. The use of two popular super cars is inviting and engaging for any Scalextric fan. Our testers said the instructions were easy to follow when building the track and it fitted together easily. They liked that there were various track designs to follow so the children could go from the basic track and move on to a more advanced track as they got the hang of it. They said it was nice to have everyone engaged in an activity that didn’t involve a screen. all of the children who tested loved playing with this Micro Scalextric set and were reluctant to put it away.

This product can be enjoyed time and time again which contributes to an excellent standard of repeat play value for children to enjoy over countless occasions. The super car racing set inspires imaginative play, helps to develop hand eye coordination and spatial awareness. It also teaches early science concepts such as acceleration and friction.

Skills developed

– Inspires imaginative play

– Develops hand eye coordination and spatial awareness

– Introduces early science concepts

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