Chad Valley Lights and Sounds Shark Attack Playset889/5822
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Floatable toy boat with freewheel function. Light & sound features. Spiral track with trap door and track changer. Ramp and slingshot plank. Helipad and car park on the Captain's Bridge. With carry handle. Includes 2 die-cast car & helicopter. Mobile crane. Shark, submarine, floating rescue capsule & shark cage included.
The Shark Attack play set: All hands on deck! A toy can scarcely be more versatile, exciting and educational: the Shark Attack play set is no ordinary toy boat. Equipped with a freewheel function, it also floats in the water.
On board there are many moveable parts – not to be left out are a mobile crane, an emergency ramp with door and even a helipad, as well as a car park for the die-cast car included.
Using the spiral track with trapdoor and track changer, the car starts to go down, but watch out, the plank can catapult the car overboard!
The adventure really begins when the shark frees itself from its cage and approaches with its jaw-snapping function. The best defence? A splash from the squeezable submarine with water squirting feature or a getaway to the floating rescue capsule.
Whether on land, in water or anywhere: this playset combines the most popular play worlds of children aged three years and over with a new and exciting gift idea.
- Size H22, W50, D18cm.
- Weight 1074g.
- Batteries required: 2 x AAA (not included) plus .
- 1 assorted characters to collect - 1 supplied.
- For ages 3 years and over.
- Only for domestic use.
92% would recommend to a friend
We haven't used this yet as it is for a Christmas present but it arrived quickly and does appear to be exactly as it was depicted.
My grandson loves this it's a good sturdy toy and a great role play he hasn't stopped playing with it.
My 2 sons love this boat. Good quality, lots to play with, good value for money and makes a noise too.
Having checked with the supplier for you I can let you know
The battery component is at the bottom part of helipad.
You need to push it to take it out.
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